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Two Cases of Awake Nasotracheal Intubation Using Fiberoptic Bronchoscopy in a Pediatric Patient with Freeman-Sheldon Syndrome

Other Title
각성하에서 굴곡성 기관지경을 이용한 6세된 Freeman-Sheldon 증후군 환아에서의 경비적 삽관 경험 2예 -증례 보고-
Authors
김, 진수; 박, 성용; 이, 진영; 김, 재형; 민, 상기; 문, 봉기
Citation
official journal of the korean society of pediatric anesthesiologist, 6(1):31-34, 2002
Journal Title
official journal of the korean society of pediatric anesthesiologist; 소아마취
ISSN
1226-6361
Abstract
Freeman-Sheldon syndrome is the 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 two successful nasotracheal intubation cases of same 6-year-old patient with typical clinical features of Freeman-Sheldon syndrome in awake state by using fiberoptic bronchoscopy.
Keywords
Difficult intubationfiberoptic bronchoscopyFreeman-Sheldon syndrome
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