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A two year review of laryngeal mask use by the Warwickshire ambulance service
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    LMA use by Warwicksire ambulance service

    Dear Editor

    I was interested to read the letter by Pattinson et al [1] reviewing the use of the single-use laryngeal mask airway (LMA-Unique) over a two- year period in the ambulance service in Warwickshire. In their summary, the authors commented that their success rates for LMA insertion were similar to those reported in the literature and that the introduction of LMAs, ‘had achieved the aims that were intended’...

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