Anaesthesia for airway surgery

@article{English2006AnaesthesiaFA,
  title={Anaesthesia for airway surgery},
  author={J. English and A. Norris and N. Bedforth},
  journal={Continuing Education in Anaesthesia, Critical Care & Pain},
  year={2006},
  volume={6},
  pages={28-31}
}
cooperation between surgical and anaesthetic teams. This article discusses anaesthesia for some common airway procedures and paediatric airway problems. In addition to facilitating surgery through providing an unobstructed and immobile operative field, anaesthetists must provide oxygenation, carbon dioxide elimination, adequate anaesthesia, and a rapid return of consciousness and airway reflexes after surgery. 
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