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Editorial introductions
Difficult-airway management need not be difficult!
Unanticipated difficult intubation
Algorithms for management of the difficult airway
Trends in tracheal intubation: emphasis on the difficult airway
Recent trends in tracheal intubation: emphasis on the difficult airway
Laryngeal mask airway and the difficult airway
Alternative management techniques for the difficult airway: optical stylets
Alternative management techniques for the difficult airway: esophageal-tracheal Combitube
The Williams Airway Intubator, the Ovassapian Airway and the Berman Airway as upper airway conduits for fibreoptic bronchoscopy in patients with difficult airways
Simulation and airway-management training
The carrier gas in anaesthesia: nitrous oxide/oxygen, medical air/oxygen and pure oxygen
Capnometry in the spontaneously breathing patient
Cutaneous carbon dioxide monitoring in adults
Current World Literature