Postintubation croup in two consecutive patients undergoing cleft lip and/or palate repair.

Abstract

Postintubation croup is not common, but it is potentially serious complication of surgery and anesthesia. We report 2 consecutive cases of postintubation croup in infants undergoing cleft lip and/or palate repair, each occurring after an uncomplicated postoperative course of 48 hours' duration.

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@article{Pechter1985PostintubationCI, title={Postintubation croup in two consecutive patients undergoing cleft lip and/or palate repair.}, author={Edward A Pechter and Malcolm A Lesavoy}, journal={Annals of plastic surgery}, year={1985}, volume={14 1}, pages={81-4} }