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Successful Intubation of a Treacher Collins Syndrome Patient with andlsquo;STRIVE Hiandrsquo; and Videolaryngoscopy: A Case Report | Abstract
Journal of Surgery and Anesthesia

Journal of Surgery and Anesthesia
Open Access

ISSN: 2684-1606

+19473334405

Abstract

Successful Intubation of a Treacher Collins Syndrome Patient with ‘STRIVE Hi’ and Videolaryngoscopy: A Case Report

Young L*, Potgieter D and Roche C

Treacher Collins Syndrome (TCS) is characterised by craniofacial abnormalities which pose a unique airway challenge for anaesthetists. For these patients requiring general anaesthesia and endotracheal intubation, maintaining spontaneous breathing throughout induction should be considered foundational to safety. Spontaneous respiration using intravenous anaesthesia and high-flow nasal oxygen (STRIVE Hi) has been previously shown to safely induce patients with difficult airways. This case demonstrates the first described successful intubation of an adult TCS patient with hyperangulated blade videolaryngoscopy “GlideScopeLoPro S4” using a STRIVE Hi induction technique.

Published Date: 2020-06-03; Received Date: 2020-05-12

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