Jaw Thrust Manoeuvre

A jaw displacement manoeuvre used in ‘rescue breathing,’ which is required for mouth-to-mouth and mouth-to-nose resuscitation
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During the insertion of the LMA by the attending anaesthetist, the anaesthetic technician performed a jaw thrust manoeuvre to ease insertion.
This may be explained by the fact that the jaw thrust manoeuvre was used in all patients to facilitate the insertion of the LMA.