i-gel® from Intersurgical: clinical evidence listing

A comprehensive list of all known published clinical evidence on the device

I-gel saves the day: Bradycardia and apnea in a patient undergoing burr hole and evacuation for a subdural hematoma under scalp block

Singh RB, Rizvi MM, Rasheed MA, Sarkar A. Anesth Essays Res. 2015 May-Aug;9(2):244-6

Report of a 32-year-old male who became bradychardic and apneic. An i-gel was inserted and the case was managed 'very well'.

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Is I-gel airway a better option to endotracheal tube airway for sevoflurane-fentanyl anesthesia during cardiac surgery?

Elgebaly AS, Eldabaa AA. Anesth Essays Res. 2014 May-Aug;8(2):216-22

49 adult patients were randomly assigned between each device group, with fentanyl doses, hemodynamic parameters and mean arterial pressure among results taken at various points throughout the procedure. i-gel requires less anaesthetic doses in this scenario.

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