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Review Article

Comparative Efficacy of the Air-Q Intubating Laryngeal Airway during General Anesthesia in Pediatric Patients: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Table 1

Summary of studies included.

SourceNumber of patientsSex (M/F)AgeWeightHeightASA

Sohn et al. 2014 [7]80Not reported8 (6)8 (2)71 (8)1, 2, 3
Jagannathan et al. 2012 [8]100Not reported19 (6)11 (1)Not reported1, 2
Jagannathan et al. 2012 [9] 12085/352 (1)12 (4)89 (23)1, 2, 3
Jagannathan et al. 2012 [10] 6038/227 (2)25 (3)Not reported1, 2, 3
Jagannathan et al. 2015 [11] 96Not reported2.212.384.51, 2, 3
Kim et al. 2015 [12] 7976/32.8 (1.9)14.6 [4.9]88.6 [16.8]1, 2
Girgis et al. 2014 [13] 6030/203.9 (1.5)16.5 [3.1]91.8 [11.2]1, 2
Darlong et al. 2014 [14]5039/1186.5 (2.1)7.2 (1.9)1, 2
Darlong et al. 2015 [15]6445/198.7 (2.8)6.6 (1.7)Not reported1, 2
Kleine-Brueggeney et al. 2015 [16]8043/374.316.31161, 2, 3

ASA: American Society of Anesthesiology Classification; age: years or months; FOB: fiberoptic bronchoscopy.

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