British Journal of Anaesthesia

(ISSN: 0007-0912, 1471-6771)

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2016 - 117 (1)

  • Predictors of difficult videolaryngoscopy with GlideScope�� or C-MAC�� with D-blade: secondary analysis from a large comparative videolaryngoscopy trial. 

Mission Statement: Founded in 1923, one year after the first anaesthetic journal was published by the International Anaesthesia Research Society, the British Journal of Anaesthesia remains the oldest and largest independent journal of anaesthesia.

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