MANAGEMENT OF CRISES DURING ANESTHESIA AND SURGERY. PART VI: DIFFICULT INTUBATION
Basrah Journal of Surgery,
2014, Volume 20, Issue 1, Pages 76-79
AbstractDifficult intubation occurs relatively commonly in association with general anaesthesia. Its true incidence is unknown but is estimated to be 1–3%. Approximately half of all cases are not predicted1. A difficult intubation can be anticipated in a number of circumstances including a previous history of difficulty with intubation, syndromes known to be associated with difficulty to intubate, and some pathoanatomical states involving the head and neck region.
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