Antonio Ontanilla

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The most frequent form of spina bifida is myelomeningocele. There is no optimal postnatal treatment for this defect. In addition to the motor or sensory deficits, which depend on the location of the lesion, the defect is usually associated with Chiari ii malformation in affected children. Myelomeningocele has high mortality and, in up to 80% to 90% of(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis is a relatively common affection of gastrointestinal tract in childhood that results in symptoms, such as projectile vomiting and metabolic disorders that imply a high risk of aspiration during anesthetic induction. In this way, the carrying out of a technique with general anesthesia and intravenous(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Goldenhar's syndrome is a polymalformative condition consisting of a craniofacial dysostosis that determines difficult airway in up to 40% of cases. We described a case of a newborn with Goldenhar's syndrome with esophageal atresia and tracheoesophageal fistula who underwent repair surgery. CASE REPORT We report the case of a(More)
VA ma aé en téc ba un no VA de el qu la aé intubación con fibrobroncoscopio la técnica de elección en 1,3--5,7 fermedad presenta numerosas implicaciones anestésicas, ndo considerada la vía aérea más difícil en anestesia diátrica2. La laxitud de los tejidos blandos, la macroglo, el cuello corto y la reducción de la movilidad articular poromandibular y(More)
BACKGROUND Indications for the ex utero intrapartum therapy (EXIT) procedure have evolved and nowadays in addition to secure the airway, obtain vascular access, administer surfactant and other resuscitation medications, EXIT is used to resect cervical or thoracic masses, for extracorporeal membrane circulation (ECMO) cannulation, as well as to rescue(More)
INTRODUCTION One part of morbidity and mortality associated with anesthesia is due to accidents. It is thought that an additional monitoring can prevent and avoid most of anesthetic accidents. OBJECTIVES In order to improve patient's safety and quality of anesthesia, Harvard University hospital approved in 1985 the rules for intraoperative monitoring.(More)