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Mask leak in one-person mask ventilation compared to two-person in newborn infant manikin study
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    Two person mask ventilation technique - Is it really superior?

    To The Editor: I read the article by Tracy et al with great interest (1). However I would like to point out few issues that need explanation before the study results can be accepted. First, despite of more leak with one person method, the tidal volumes being delivered are not statistically different in both the groups. Hence, the superiority of this technique in decreasing the need of endotracheal intubation and chest com...

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