Clinical studies

AuraGain Disposable Laryngeal Mask

The AuraGain is Ambu’s 3rd generation laryngeal mask, satisfying 3 fundamental airway management needs by integrating gastric access and intubation capability in an anatomically curved single-use device that facilitates rapid establishment of a safe airway.

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Use of the new supraglottic device "Ambu AuraGain" in clinical settings.

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A randomised comparison of the Ambu AuraGainTM and the LMAsupreme in infants and children of the Ambu AuraGain in children

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Cross Over Assessment of the Ambu AuraGain, LMA Supreme New Cuff and Intersurgical I-Gel in Fresh Cadavers

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Multicenter evaluation of the Ambu® AuraGain ™ in normal airways and ambulatory procedures

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Evaluation of Ambu AuraGain Supraglottic airway device in 80 patients

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A clinical evaluation of the Ambu AuraGain in children

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A randomized comparison of the Ambu AuraGain versus the LMA supreme in patients undergoing gynaecologic laparoscopic surgery

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Flexible bronchoscopic intubation through the AuraGain™ laryngeal mask versus a slit Guedel tube: a non-inferiority randomized-controlled trial

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Esophageal Doppler monitoring with the Ambu® AuraGain™ laryngeal mask airway

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A cohort evaluation of clinical use and performance characteristics of Ambu® AuraGain™: A prospective observational study

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Comparative evaluation of Ambu AuraGain™ with ProSeal™ laryngeal mask airway in patients undergoing laparoscopic cholecystectomy

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A prospective, randomised trial of the Ambu AuraGain laryngeal mask versus the LMA Protector Airway in paralysed, anaesthetised adult men

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Ambu® AuraGain™ versus LMA Supreme™ Second Seal™: a randomised controlled trial comparing oropharyngeal leak pressures and gastric drain functionality in spontaneously breathing patients.

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