[Anesthesia Management for Primary Cleft Lip Closure in an Infant with Congenital Total Length Complete Tracheal Rings].

@article{Yoshinaga2015AnesthesiaMF,
  title={[Anesthesia Management for Primary Cleft Lip Closure in an Infant with Congenital Total Length Complete Tracheal Rings].},
  author={Junichi Yoshinaga and Noriko Miyazawa and Atsushi Hanzawa and Sakurako Miwa and Nami Oyama and Shinichi Yamamoto},
  journal={Masui. The Japanese journal of anesthesiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={64 6},
  pages={628-31}
}
Complete tracheal ring causes congenital tracheal stenosis in neonates and infants. We have to prevent further tracheal stenosis in perioperative period. This is a case report of an infant with congenital tracheal stenosis due to complete tracheal ring who underwent primary cleft lip closure under general anesthesia. An 8 month-old boy was scheduled for… CONTINUE READING