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Comparison of the Initial Intubation Success Rate Between Video Laryngoscope and Rigid Video Stylet in Patients Undergoing Cervical Spine Surgery (NCT02769221)

This study compare the intubation success rate between video laryngoscope and rigid video stylet in cervical spine surgery patients. Half of patients will receive endotracheal intubation by video laryngscope, other half of patients will receive endotracheal intubation by rigid video laryngoscope.
  • Device: Rigid video stylet
    • Optiscope
  • Device: Video laryngoscope
    • McGrath
Ages eligible for Study
20 Years to 80 Years
Genders eligible for Study
All
Accepts Healthy Volunteers
No
Inclusion Criteria:
  • 20~80 years old adult patients, ASA class I-III
  • Cervical spine surgery in general anesthesia
Exclusion Criteria:
  • Patients who did not agree with the study
  • History of GERD
  • Congenital or acquired lesion like tumor, polyp, trauma, abcess, inflammation, foreign body
  • Surgery of trachea or airway
  • History of radiation around neck area
  • Increased possibility of aspiration
  • Coagulation abnormality
Video laryngoscope and lightwand are widely used at endotracheal intubation in cervical spine patients.

Video laryngoscope is useful because of identification of anatomic structure around the oral cavity and vocal cord.

Rigid video stylet resemble lightwand, but it has a video at the end of stylet. So rigid video stylet is useful at confirmation of vocal cord.
Status:
unknown
Type:
Interventional
Phase:
-
Start:
31 May, 2016
Updated:
10 May, 2016
Participants:
370
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