|Long-term propofol infusion and airway management in a patient with Goldenhar's syndrome
|Acta anaesthesiologica Sinica
A 2-year-old patient of Goldenhar's syndrome received an operation for corneal transplantation. Difficult endotracheal intubation from the congenital anomaly was treated with laryngeal mask airway and pediatric fiberoptic laryngoscope. Long-term propofol infusion (> 10 h) for anaesthetic maintenance in this small child was used with rapid and smooth recovery.
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