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Maxillofacial fractures present unique airway problem to the anesthesiologist. Patients with LeFort III fractures are at great risk of requiring emergent airway control due to midface instability and oropharyngeal airway obstruction. We present a case where difficult intubation was managed with close cooperation between the anesthesiologist and the surgeon.
BACKGROUND Inadequate pain management of post-operative pain of patients undergoing hip surgery can result in morbidity and mortality complications. Anatomically, pain resulted from the incision site innervation (Lateral femoral cutaneous nerve) and the hip joint innervation mainly the femoral nerve. Adding femoral nerve blockade to the multimodal regimen… (More)
BACKGROUND Pressure controlled ventilation (PCV) is the preferable mode of ventilation of nonparalyzed patients undergoing anesthesia with laryngeal mask airway (LMA) as compared to volume controlled ventilation (VCV) and spontaneously breathing patient. In this study, we compared the PC-volume guarantee (PC-VG) mode of ventilation with VCV and PCV modes.… (More)