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Predicting Difficult Intubation through Upper Lip Bite Test and Modified Mallampati Classification

N.V. Kanase, Saudamini Gandhi, Abhishek Kumar Singh.

Abstract
The Upper Lip Bite Test is a new test for forecasting challenging intubation. Preoperative airways are being evaluated using MMT and ULBT for the forecasting of difficult laryngoscopy and intubation in more than a hundred partial patients experiencing elective just as crisis cesarean segment under incessant sedation. The study was conducted to assess the ability of the modified Mallampati test to anticipate difficult intubation in patients while any elective surgery under general anesthesia and to compare it with the Upper Lip Bite Test (ULBT) and With the approval of the Institutional Ethical Committee, 181 cases were remembered for the examination, meeting the consideration measures.

Key words: MMT, Upper Lip Bite Test, Intubation, anesthesiologists


 
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N.V. Kanase, Saudamini Gandhi, Abhishek Kumar Singh. Predicting Difficult Intubation through Upper Lip Bite Test and Modified Mallampati Classification. . 2020; 11(3): 36-39. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2020.11.03.09


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N.V. Kanase, Saudamini Gandhi, Abhishek Kumar Singh. Predicting Difficult Intubation through Upper Lip Bite Test and Modified Mallampati Classification. . 2020; 11(3): 36-39. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2020.11.03.09



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N.V. Kanase, Saudamini Gandhi, Abhishek Kumar Singh. Predicting Difficult Intubation through Upper Lip Bite Test and Modified Mallampati Classification. . (2020), [cited July 17, 2020]; 11(3): 36-39. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2020.11.03.09



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N.V. Kanase, Saudamini Gandhi, Abhishek Kumar Singh (2020) Predicting Difficult Intubation through Upper Lip Bite Test and Modified Mallampati Classification. , 11 (3), 36-39. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2020.11.03.09



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N.V. Kanase, Saudamini Gandhi, Abhishek Kumar Singh. 2020. Predicting Difficult Intubation through Upper Lip Bite Test and Modified Mallampati Classification. Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research, 11 (3), 36-39. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2020.11.03.09



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N.V. Kanase, Saudamini Gandhi, Abhishek Kumar Singh. "Predicting Difficult Intubation through Upper Lip Bite Test and Modified Mallampati Classification." Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research 11 (2020), 36-39. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2020.11.03.09



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N.V. Kanase, Saudamini Gandhi, Abhishek Kumar Singh. "Predicting Difficult Intubation through Upper Lip Bite Test and Modified Mallampati Classification." Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research 11.3 (2020), 36-39. Print. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2020.11.03.09



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N.V. Kanase, Saudamini Gandhi, Abhishek Kumar Singh (2020) Predicting Difficult Intubation through Upper Lip Bite Test and Modified Mallampati Classification. Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research, 11 (3), 36-39. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2020.11.03.09





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