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Zadrobilek E, Krasser K, Puchner W, Missaghi SM, Marian F (for the Austrian Working Group for Airway Management). Recommendations of the Austrian Working Group for Airway Management: Strategies for the Management of the Unanticipated Difficult Airway in Anesthetic Practice



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