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Awake nasotracheal intubation using fiberoptic bronchoscope in a pediatric patient with Freeman-Sheldon syndrome.

Authors
Kim, JS; Park, SY; Min, SK; Kim, JH; Lee, SY; Moon, BK
Citation
Paediatric anaesthesia, 15(9):790-792, 2005
Journal Title
Paediatric anaesthesia
ISSN
1155-56451460-9592
Abstract
The Freeman-Sheldon syndrome is a congenital disease primarily affecting the facial, limb and respiratory muscles that give rise to classical clinical features including typical whistling face and short webbed neck associated with difficult intubation. We present successful awake nasotracheal intubation in a 6-year-old patient with typical clinical features of Freeman-Sheldon syndrome by using fiberoptic bronchoscope on two separate occasions.
MeSH terms
Bronchoscopes*Clubfoot/surgeryFace/abnormalities*FemaleHumansIntubation, Intratracheal*Limb Deformities, CongenitalMaleMuscle, Skeletal/abnormalitiesSyndrome
DOI
10.1111/j.1460-9592.2004.01533.x
PMID
16101713
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Journal Papers > School of Medicine / Graduate School of Medicine > Anesthesiology & Pain Medicine
AJOU Authors
김, 진수박, 성용민, 상기김, 재형이, 숙영문, 봉기
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