Personal protective equipment (PPE) was rarely out of the news throughout the peaks of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, new research published in Anaesthesia shows that use of filtering facepiece (FFP) 2 or 3 respirators by anesthetists is associated with a 38% increased risk of airway complications in the patient.
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