Cómo citar
Archbold De la Peña, G. (2010). Estado del arte de la máscara laríngea proseal: Indicaciones y usos actuales. Revista Repertorio De Medicina Y Cirugía, 19(4), 242-251. https://doi.org/10.31260/RepertMedCir.v19.n4.2010.629

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Gisella Archbold De la Peña

Resumen

En el año 2000 Archie Brain publicó la primera descripción de una nueva máscara laríngea que incorporó un segundo tubo lateral al de la vía aérea y cuyo extremo distal se localiza en la punta de la máscara. Tiene como finalidad separar el tracto respiratorio del digestivo, permitiendo así acceder al estómago con una sonda orogástrica para el drenaje del contenido al exterior. A este nuevo diseño se le conoce hoy como LMA ProSeal. Se describen las indicaciones actuales, la comparación con otros dispositivos de la vía aérea y sus complicaciones.

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