Axillary block as the sole anesthetic for peripherally inser
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Patients with Goldenhar syndrome present with oral, tracheal, pulmonary, cardiac, and central nervous system abnormalities that may significantly influence the choice of anesthesia. The potential for a difficult airway in these patients is a prime consideration. We herein report medically complex infant who had a USG axillary brachial plexus block for peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) placement. For a medically complex patient with a potentially difficult airway and a very high risk of aspiration like our patient, a technique that would avoid or at least minimize these problems and at the same time allow for a safe and quick PICC placement is most appropriate...

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