Anesthesia Outside the Operating Room
An 18-month-old, 18-kg boy is scheduled for an MRI of the brain to evaluate new onset grand mal seizures, photophobia, and increasing irritability. He has been well previously. He is currently on phenobarbital and dilantin.
KeywordsAnesthetic Technique Moya Moya Disease Cricoid Pressure Rapid Sequence Induction Inhalation Induction
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