Sevoflurane for difficult tracheal intubation.


Three patients in whom difficult tracheal intubation was expected but awake fibreoptic intubation was not feasible presented for head and neck surgery. Anaesthesia was induced rapidly and smoothly by inhalation of sevoflurane followed by fibreoptic or conventional tracheal intubation.

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@article{Mostafa1997SevofluraneFD, title={Sevoflurane for difficult tracheal intubation.}, author={S M Mostafa and Andrea Michelle Atherton}, journal={British journal of anaesthesia}, year={1997}, volume={79 3}, pages={392-3} }