Nasopharyngeal Airway As A Supraglottic Ventilation Device For Bronchoscopic Interventions

Vol 5 | Issue 3 | Sep-Dec 2019 | page: 10-12  | Astha Agrawal Kanaparthi , Vikas Nair , Pramod Kale , Arvind Kate


Authors: Astha Agrawal Kanaparthi [1] , Vikas Nair [1] , Pramod Kale [1] , Arvind Kate [2]

Address of Correspondence
1Department of Anesthesiology, Zen Multi Specialty Hospital, Chembur, Mumbai, India.
2Department of TB & Respiratory Medicine, Zen Multi Specialty Hospital, Chembur, Mumbai, India.

Dr. Astha Agrawal Kanaparthi
Zen Multi Specialty Hospital, Chembur, Mumbai, India
Email: astha2087@gmail.com


Introduction: Bronchoscopy is performed for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. It is a challenge for the anaesthesiologist to maintain ventilation for the patient as the patients’ airway is shared between the anaesthetist and the bronchoscopist. Many modalities have been used for anaesthesia and airway management for bronchoscopies. We present a case of bronchoscopy guided foreign body removal under anaesthesia. Spontaneous ventilation was maintained in the patient with the help of nasal airways.
Keywords: Bronchoscopy, Ventilation, Nasal airway.


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How to Cite this Article: Kanaparthi A, Nair V, Kale P, Kate A | Nasopharyngeal Airway As A Supraglottic Ventilation Device For Bronchoscopic Interventions | Journal of Anaesthesia and Critical Care Case Reports | Sep – Dec 2019; 5(3): 10-12.

 


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