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Malleable stylet vs re-useable and disposable bougies in a model of difficult intubation: a randomised cross-over trial
  1. M Woollard,
  2. D Lighton,
  3. P Gregory,
  4. G Munro,
  5. E Jenkinson,
  6. L Hamilton,
  7. R Newcombe,
  8. P O’Meara
  1. Coventry University, Coventry, UK

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