SLMA

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SLMASt. Louis Metropolitan Area (St. Louis, MO)
SLMAService Lifecycle Management Architecture
SLMAStudent Loan Marketing Association (Sallie Mae)
SLMASales Lead Management Association (Villa Park, CA)
SLMASoutheastern Lumber Manufacturers Association
SLMASchool Library Media Association (various locations)
SLMASri Lanka Medical Association
SLMASierra Leone Maritime Administration
SLMASri Lanka Military Academy (Sri Lankan Army)
SLMASchool Library Media Annual
SLMAState Literacy Mission Authority (India)
SLMASubscriber Line Module Analog
SLMASouth Louisiana Medical Associates
SLMASteel Lintel Manufacturers Association
SLMASri Lanka Malay Association
SLMASupply and Logistics Management Association
SLMAStation Line Module Analog
SLMAStandard Laryngeal Mask Airway
SLMASudan Liberation Movement and Army
SLMASpacecraft Lunar Module Adaptor
SLMASchool Library Media Administration
SLMAState Land Management Authority (Trinidad and Tobago)
SLMASoftware License and Maintenance Agreement
SLMAService Level Master Agreement
SLMASubscriber Line Module Assembly
SLMASouthwest Louisiana Mutual Aid Association
SLMASecond Level Mental Assault
SLMASchool Library Media Advisory
SLMASingle Location Maintenance Agreement
SLMAService Level Management Approach
SLMAShawsville Lay/Ministerial Association (Montgomery County, VA)
SLMASri Lankan Muslims Association (Bern, Switzerland)
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The Pro Seal laryngeal mask airway: A randomized, crossover study with the standard laryngeal mask airway in paralyzed, anesthetized patients.
Pharyngeal mucosal pressures, airway sealing pressures and fiberoptic position with the intubation verses the standard laryngeal mask airway. Anesthesiology 1999; 90:1001-1006.
The intubating laryngeal mask airway (ILMA) was designed to facilitate intubation and have better ventilation characteristics than the standard laryngeal mask airway in normal and difficult airway patients'.
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