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May-August 2023| Vol 6| Issue 2

Review Article

Mechanics and dynamics of the pharynx: An insight into pharyngeal collapse

Maintaining airway patency during anaesthesia is the primary responsibility of the anaesthesiologist. Apart from anaesthetic agents, there are many factors which influence the pharyngeal patency. Un...


Original Article

Comparison of C-MACTM videolaryngoscope with Macintosh Laryngoscope in anticipated difficult airway: A randomised controlled trial

Background: Failure to intubate is one of the dreaded outcomes of airway management. Videolaryngoscopes have the potential to increase intubation success by overcoming the shortcomings of dir...


Case Report

Airway management in tracheal resection and anastomosis – Challenges and novel solutions!

Airway management in tracheal resection and anastomosis is very challenging. The technique of securing the airway depends on the degree and location of stenosis. Multidisciplinary planning and good ...


Case Report

Management of a case of tracheal tumour causing near total airway obstruction

Tracheal tumours are rare and often present as asthma or chronic obstructive airway disease. These tumours can cause partial or complete airway obstruction, especially after giving anaesthesia. Here...


Case Report

Airway management of thyroid malignancy with cervical spine metastasis for a two-stage dual procedure; Discretion dictates never burn your bridges

Thyroid swellings are a known cause of airway obstruction and potentially difficult intubation due to compression and deviation of the trachea. We encountered a unique challenging case of a malignan...


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Airway, a publication of All India Difficult Airway Association, is a peer-reviewed print + online 3 Issues journal.

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