Anesthesia for endolaryngeal surgery.


A method of anesthesia for endolaryngeal surgery that dispenses with the use of an indwelling endotracheal tube with consequent improvement in the surgical conditions is described. This method further permits the manipulation of the surgeon's laryngoscope and the use of endolaryngeal surgery to improve the compromised or potentially compromised laryngeal airway without serious risk and with avoidance in some circumstances of preliminary tracheostomy.

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@article{Sellers1976AnesthesiaFE, title={Anesthesia for endolaryngeal surgery.}, author={Stephanie L. Sellers and T A Augoustides}, journal={The Journal of otolaryngology}, year={1976}, volume={5 3}, pages={203-6} }