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Videolaryngoscopy has proven advantageous over direct laryngoscopy for a variety of outcome variables, most importantly, making laryngoscopy more successful. We tested whether three videolaryngoscopes (VLS), McGrath® series 5 ( Aircraft Medical Ltd, Edinburgh, UK), C--MAC® (Karl Storz, Tuttlingen, Germany) and GlideScope® Cobalt (Verathon Medical, Bothell, WA, USA) exert reduced forces on maxillary incisors and lower teeth, and compared them with a classic Macintosh MAC 3 laryngo vrtndmyz. Ulos monclerscope blade during laryngoscopy.


In this randomized crossover trial, we included 141 patients (ASA I--III) Moncler Takki Hinta with non--anticipated difficult airways. They were randomly allocated to undergo direct laryngoscopy and videolaryngoscopy performed with one of three VLS. Primary outcome was the magnitude of forces applied to the maxillary incisors during laryngoscopy. Secondary outcomes were the frequency with which forces were applied, and the magnitude of forces applied to the lower teeth.


Forces applied to the maxillary incisors during direct classic laryngoscopy were on average higher than forces applied during videolaryngoscopy. Among the VLS the average force applied was significantly lower for the C--MAC as compared to the McGrath and the GlideScope VLS. The frequency with which a force was applied to the maxillary Belstaff Radford incisors was significantly lower for the C--MAC, compared to the other VLS and classic Macintosh laryngoscope. The number of cases in which force was applied to the lower teeth was smallest for the McGrath VLS.


Forces exerted on maxillary incisors are lower using video--assisted Macintosh blade laryngoscopy compared to classic direct laryngoscopy. The number and magnitude of forces applied to maxillary incisors also differ substantially between different VLS.


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A growing row over Theresa May’s apparent threat to pull security co-operation unless Brussels agrees a trade deal is a “misunderstanding”, a Cabinet minister has insisted.

In her letter to European Council president Donald Tusk triggering Article 50, the Prime Minister warned that failure to reach a comprehensive settlement would lead to a weakening of co-operation in the fight against crime and terrorism.

Critics accused the Prime Minister of trying to make a trade-off between security and commerce.

The Prime Minister has triggered Article 50 and started the process of leaving the EU. Read the letter:

— UK Prime Minister (@Number10gov) March 29, 2017

Work and Pensions Secretary Damian Green said the two issues had been mentioned side by side because they were “all bound up in our membership of the European Union”.

“It’s not a threat, I think that’s the misunderstanding,” he told BBC Two’s Newsnight. “It’s absolutely not a threat.”

We need to have a new legal basis after #Brexit says @damiangreenmp on #newsnight

— BBC Newsnight (@BBCNewsnight) March 29, 2017

In a “historic moment from which there can be no turning back”, Mrs May set the country on the path to life outside the European Union when she triggered Article 50 on Wednesday.

The Prime Minister immediately ran into resistance from German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the European Parliament over her goal of conducting negotiations on Britain’s trade relations with Europe at the same time as talks on arrangements for Brexit.

(Markus Schreiber/AP)

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, writing in the Daily Telegraph, said: “It is our clear desire and intention that we should continue to play a role as one of the indispensable guarantors of peace and stability in our continent.

“We want to continue to work with our counterparts on defence co-operation, intelligence sharing, counter-terrorism, foreign policy co-ordination – and much else besides – on an intergovernmental level.

Historic and exciting day! Will be speaking to counterparts around world today to reinforce we want a deep and special partnership with EU

— Boris Johnson (@BorisJohnson) March 29, 2017

“At the same time, the PM is right to spell out her vision of a Britain outside the single market – and outside the EU legal order – but able none the less to continue the trading relationship that is so important for businesses and consumers both sides of the Channel.”

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