[Anesthetic management for bronchoscopy in patients with congenital tracheomalacia].


We experienced the anesthetic management for two patients with congenital tracheomalacia. Inhaled anesthetics are considered to worsen the respiratory condition of tracheomalacia because of its bronchodilating effect. Thus we tried awake intubation in one case, but it was difficult. In another case, we used slow induction with sevoflurane and the trachea… (More)


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