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Orotracheal intubation in a patient with difficult airway by using fiberoptic nasotracheal intubation: A case report

Yun HJ, So E, Karm MH, Kim HJ, Seo KS

In cases of a difficult intubation where numerous intubation methods, including laryngoscopy, have failed, yet oral intubation is still necessary, the method of tube exchange after fiberoptic nasal intubation may...
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Airway management during general anesthesia in an intellectually disabled patient with undiagnosed tracheomalacia

Shin S, Kim S

In cases of intellectually disabled patients, there is sometimes difficult to obtain sufficient information due to the intellectual disorder, even though the patient has significant medical problems. Herein, we report...
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Dexamethasone treatment for bilateral lingual nerve injury following orotracheal intubation

Kim S, Chung SY, Youn SJ, Jeon Y

Lingual nerve injury is a rare complication of general anesthesia. The causes of lingual nerve injury following general anesthesia are multifactorial; possible mechanisms may include difficult laryngoscopy, prolonged anterior mandibular...
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Pulmonary aspiration during intubation in a high-risk patient: A video clip and clinical implications

Koh GH, Kim SH, Son HJ, Jo JY, Choi SS, Park SU, Kim WJ, Ku SW

We report a case of pulmonary aspiration during induction of general anesthesia in a patient who was status post esophagectomy. Sudden, unexpected aspiration occurred even though the patient had fasted...
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Changes in blood flow at the mandibular angle and Horner syndrome in a rat model of superior cervical ganglion block

Kubota K, Sunada K

BACKGROUND: A stellate ganglion block (SGB) causes increased blood flow in the maxillofacial region, exhibiting the potential for regenerative effects in damaged tissue. The focus of this study was to...
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The effect of dental scaling noise during intravenous sedation on acoustic respiration rate (RRaâ„¢)

Kim JH, Chi SI, Kim HJ, Seo KS

BACKGROUND: Respiration monitoring is necessary during sedation for dental treatment. Recently, acoustic respiration rate (RRaâ„¢), an acoustics-based respiration monitoring method, has been used in addition to auscultation or capnography. The...
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Structural damage to periodontal tissues at varying rate of anesthetic injection

Sarapultseva M, Sarapultsev A, Medvedeva , Danilova I

BACKGROUND: Incorrect administration of an anesthetic during local anesthesia is one of the most important causes of pain symptoms in patients scheduled for dental procedures. The current study assessed the...
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Alternative practices of achieving anaesthesia for dental procedures: a review

Angelo Z, Polyvios C

Managing pain and anxiety in patients has always been an essential part of dentistry. To prevent pain, dentists administer local anaesthesia (LA) via a needle injection. Unfortunately, anxiety and fear...
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Complications caused by nitrous oxide in dental sedation

Chi SI

The first clinical application of nitrous oxide (Nâ‚‚O) was in 1844, by an American dentist named Horace Wells who used it to control pain during tooth extraction. Since then, Nâ‚‚O...
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