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Airway management is applied daily by most anesthesiologists. This issue contains three articles, all with editorial commentary, with new knowledge on airway management. These include a description of problems with simulators for endotracheal intubation, a randomized comparison between awake fiberoptic and awake video laryngoscopy in the setting of anticipated difficult airway, and injuries associated with laryngeal mask airways and risks for their failure:
* Klock: Airway Simulators and Mannequins: A Case of High Infidelity? p. 1179
* Fiadjoe and Litman: Difficult Tracheal Intubation: Looking to the Past to Determine the Future, p. 1181
* Asai: Complications with Supraglottic Airways: Something to Worry About or Much Ado About Nothing? p. 1183
* Schebesta et al.: Degrees of Reality: Airway Anatomy of High-fidelity Human Patient Simulators and Airway Trainers, p. 1204
* Rosenstock et al.: Awake Fiberoptic or Awake Video Laryngoscopic Tracheal Intubation in Patients with Anticipated Difficult Airway Management: A Randomized Clinical Trial, p. 1210
* Ramachandran et al.: Predictors and Clinical Outcomes from Failed Laryngeal Mask Airway Unique™: A Study of 15,795 Patients, p. 1217
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