Jaw Thrust Manoeuvre

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A jaw displacement manoeuvre used in ‘rescue breathing,’ which is required for mouth-to-mouth and mouth-to-nose resuscitation
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cavity and positioned in the midline while one anesthetist performed the jaw thrust maneuver. FFB preloaded with proper size ET tube was inserted (by the primary operator) through the airway into the glottis and trachea.
Secondly one anesthetist applied the jaw thrust maneuver to all our patients in FFB group.
Moreover we also applied the jaw thrust maneuver that leads to HDSR.19 Despite the greater TTI leading to in- creased tracheal stimulation and application of jaw thrust maneuver in FFB group HDSR was still not higher than the GLS group.