Anesthesia and Surgery

In Head and Neck Surgery, an anaesthetist faces numerous challenges. The difficulties are associated with airway obstruction or make intubation difficult or impossible. It is critical to maintain a safe airway when access to the patient's head may be limited, and airway management during surgery, particularly nose and throat procedures, should be adaptable. Airway equipment may be obstructed or uprooted by surgeons. The possibility of airway infection must be considered. When an airway problem is identified intraoperatively, the priority is to resolve it to ensure a smoother operative procedure.

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