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CUHK_CCRB00587

2018-02-28

Prospective

EC ref:17033

Departmental resources

Departmental resources

N/A

Not Applicable

Dr Carmen Lam

OT5, Main Block, Tuen Mun Hospital, Tsing Ching Koon Road, Tuen Mun, NT, HK

90804633

carmenlam1013@gmail.com

Anaesthesia and Intensive Care

Hong Kong

Carmen Lam

OT5, Main Block, Tuen Mun Hospital, Tsing Ching Koon Road, Tuen Mun, NT, HK

90804633

carmenlam1013@gmail.com

Anaesthesia and Intensve Care

Hong Kong

A pilot trial comparing the first-pass intubation success of the Airtraqlaryngoscope versus the Macintosh direct laryngoscope in patients requiringgeneral anaesthesia for elective operation.

A pilot trial comparing the first-pass intubation success of the Airtraqlaryngoscope versus the Macintosh direct laryngoscope in patients requiringgeneral anaesthesia for elective operation.

比較在全身麻醉期間使用Airtraq視頻喉鏡相對於Macintosh直視喉鏡作為氣管插管的一次性成功率的初步對照研究”

Airtraq vs Mac Trial

Hong Kong

Yes

2017-06-30

New Territories West Cluster Research Ethics Committee

NTWC/CREC/17033

Intubation condition

Device

Study on the first attempt successful rate in intubation using Airtraq laryngoscope

No of intubation attempts

NA

NA

NA

Study on the first attempt successful rate in intubation using Machitosh laryngoscope

No of intubation attempts

NA

NA

NA

Adult >=18 years old

Receiving general Anaesthesia requiring intubation

Known or predicted difficult bad-mask ventilation

Patient scheduled for awake or asleep fibreoptic intibation

Patient requiring rapid sequence intubation

Language or cognitive barrier that precludes patient from an adequate informed consent

Patient’s or snesthetist’s refusal

18

999

Both Male and Female

Interventional

Randomized

Computer randomization

Dose comparison

Open label

Parallel

Other

Pilot

Therefore, this pilot study aims to examine the feasibility of a large multicentre effectiveness trial by assessing recruitment targets, testing the data completeness, and local incidence of first-pass intubation success.

2018-03-06

360

Not Yet Recruiting

Study feadilibility

Feasibility Endpoints: 1. 90% successful recruitment rate 2. 95% data completeness 3. 95% adherence to group assignation

local incidence of first-pass success rate

No of first-pass success/ total no of subjects recruited

No

2019-03-22

ChiCTR1800015046

2018-02-28

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