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A discussion has been presented of the need and indications for intubating conscious patients with combat wounds of the upper respiratory passageway. A previously tried technique has been described. In Vietnam this technique has been used successfully by myself as well as by anesthesiologists, and anesthetists, and others familiar with it.
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- Elective Early Intubation.Anesthesiology. 1945; 6: 625-626
☆The opinions or assertions contained herein are not to be construed as official or as reflecting the views of the Army Department.
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