AMBU: A Case Report®: A Case Report LMA: A Case Report®: A Case Report in Children With Cleft Palate for Ophthalmic Surgery: A Case Report

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Abstract

Airway management remains a challenge in children, and the presence of a cleft palate further complicates the scenario. Endotracheal intubation, although definitive and most preferred, may be avoided for certain short-duration procedures wherein the use of laryngeal mask airway can allow quicker emergence. We present the successful airway management of 2 pediatric patients with cleft palate undergoing ophthalmological surgery, using AMBU® LMA® as the airway device of choice, which was further used as a rescue airway device in an emergent situation of “difficult to ventilate.”

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