In-Flight Hypoxemia in a Tracheostomy-Dependent Infant


Millions of passengers board commercial flights every year. Healthcare providers are often called upon to treat other passengers during in-flight emergencies. The case presented involves an anesthesia resident treating a tracheostomy-dependent infant who developed hypoxemia on a domestic flight. The patient had an underlying congenital muscular disorder and… (More)
DOI: 10.1155/2017/3210473


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@inproceedings{Quevreaux2017InFlightHI, title={In-Flight Hypoxemia in a Tracheostomy-Dependent Infant}, author={Jason Quevreaux and Christopher L Cropsey}, booktitle={Case reports in anesthesiology}, year={2017} }