Rapid sequence induction was done of which the Sellick's maneuver was one step.
Sellick's maneuver was released after securing endotracheal tube with cuff inflation.
Efficacy of Sellick's maneuver is questionable, because assistant requires knowledge of anatomy, causes distortation of anatomy of larynx, closure of the vocal cords, difficulty in ventilation and moreover it will not guarantee the prevention of aspiration.
This finding shows that there cannot be esophageal compression by cricoid pressure and ultimately questioned the efficacy of Sellick's maneuver.
We can say that Sellick's maneuver is effective in prevention of possibility of regurgitation of gastric contents.