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Table 3 Demographics of the participants

From: Does the revised intubating laryngeal tube (ILTS-D2) perform better than the intubating laryngeal mask (Fastrach)? – a randomised simulation research study

 FastrachILTSD-2
Number of participants (percentage of the samplea)Number of participants (percentage of the samplea)
Age on yearsmedian27 (50%)27 (50%)
Sexfemale/male30 (48%)/ 33 (52%)40 (64%)/ 23 (37%)
Experience of tracheal intubationNone31 (49%)31 (49%)
1–1023 (37%)26 (41%)
11–508 (13%)6 (10%)
51–1001 (2%)0
Experience of laryngeal maskNone31 (49%)35 (56%)
1–1022 (35%)16 (25%)
11–5010 (16%)11 (18%)
51–10001 (2%)
Experience of laryngeal tubeNone49 (78%)45 (71%)
1–1011 (18%)10 (16%)
11–503 (5%)7 (11%)
51–10001 (2%)
Additional airway experienceNone41 (65%)45 (71%)
Anaesthesiologic clerkship17 (27%)15 (24%)
Anaesthesiologic elective4 (6%)3 (5%)
Anaesth. clerkship and elective1 (2%)0
Previous professional experienceNone45 (71%)44 (70%)
Emergency medical technician4 (6%)4 (6%)
Paramedic9 (14%)13 (21%)
Nurse4 (6%)1 (2%)
Specialised anaesthestetic nurse1 (2%)0
Special. anaesth. Nurse + paramedic01 (2%)
  1. asum of percent occasionally exceeds 100 due to mathematical rounding