Magill forceps (created by anesthetist Ivan Magill in 1920) are an angulated set of forceps utilised in anesthetics practise most notably employed for its assistance in guiding endotracheal tube (or nasogastric tube) into the larynx by assisting in its passage. The Magill forcep also has uses in removing foreign objects from within the pharynx or airway and in placement of packs within the pharynx for bleeding cessation.

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