Case Report September 2013 AEMED

Failed Intubation Secondary to Congenital Subglottic Stenozis with Vacterl Association

Congenital subglottic stenosis (CSS) is the third most common laryngeal anomaly. Difficult tracheal intubation in anesthesized patients is estimated to be 1-3%. Failed intubation rate is approximately 0.05-0.2%. We report a case of failed intubation in 2 day-old newborn with CSS and multiple congenital anomalies. Two day old male newborn was referred to our center due to anal atresia and…

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  • Recieved 28.07.2013
  • Accepted 04.10.2013
  • Published Online 04.10.2013
  • Printed 01.09.2013
  • DOI 10.4328/AEMED.19
  • Author Yusuf Unal, Irfan Gungor, Sema Oncul, Ramazan Karabulut
  • Identifier J Ann Eu Med 2013;1(3): 62-64
  • Index Page 62-64
  • How to Cite Yusuf Unal, Irfan Gungor, Sema Oncul, Ramazan Karabulut . Failed Intubation Secondary to Congenital Subglottic Stenozis with Vacterl Association. J Ann Eu Med 2013;1(3): 62-64
  • Running Title Konjenital Subglottik Stenozlu Olguda Basarisiz Entubasyon / Failed Intubation in a Patient with Congenital Subglottic Stenosis
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