[Ventilation during tracheotomy in extensive, 90% laryngeal stenosis using superimposed high frequency jet ventilation via the jet laryngoscope].


In a 35-year old male patient with laryngeal carcinoma an acute respiratory insufficiency with early hypoxaemia developed due to massive laryngeal stenosis. An endotracheal intubation was not possible since the available lumen was too small. Tracheotomy using local anaesthesia was not possible since spontaneous respiration with a Venturi mask applying 100… (More)


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