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Airway management in a patient with Goldenhar syndrome

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Shveta Kajal ,

Senior resident,ESI PGIMER, BASAIDARAPUR, NEW DELHI, IN
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Senior Resident, Department of anesthesiology and critical care, ESI PGIMER, Basaidarapur, New Delhi

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Sumedha Mukherjee,

Assistant professor,B.C.Roy post graduate institue of pediatric sciences, Kolkata, IN
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Assistant Professor,B.C.Roy Post Graduate Institue of Pediatric Sciences, Kolkata
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Anupriya Saxena,

Senior resident, ESI PGIMER,Basaidarapur, IN
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Senior Resident, Department of anesthesiology and critical care, ESI PGIMER, Basaidarapur, New Delhi
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Unnati Asthana

Senior resident, ESI PGIMER,Basaidarapur, IN
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Senior Resident, Department of anesthesiology and critical care, ESI PGIMER, Basaidarapur, New Delhi
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Abstract

Goldenhar syndrome involves multiple facial, cardiac, renal and neurological deficits which generally culminate into difficult ventilation and intubation. Various devices have been reported, in successfully securing the airway of these children. In our case we have preferred CMAC laryngoscope in securing the difficult paediatric airway and have found it effective, safe and less cumbersome than the traditional direct laryngoscopy.

DOI: http://doi.org/10.4038/slja.v25i1.8179
How to Cite: Kajal, S. et al., (2017). Airway management in a patient with Goldenhar syndrome. Sri Lankan Journal of Anaesthesiology. 25(1), pp.44–46. DOI: http://doi.org/10.4038/slja.v25i1.8179
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Published on 03 Feb 2017.
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