Tracheal intubation through the I-gel for emergency cesarean
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Allergic reactions to anaesthetics, drugs, blood products, and neuromuscular blocking agents (NMBA) have been reported during anaesthesia. These are sometimes life threatening and difficult to deal with. This case report highlights the successful management of a patient who presented for Cesarean section with allergy to both NMBAs and local anaesthetics on skin testing. Anesthesia was induced with propofol, fentanyl, and the inhalational agent, sevoflurane. A Parker tracheal tube inserted through an I-gel under fiberoptic bronchoscopy was used to secure the airway. We received permission from the patient and restored in electronic medical record to publish this report...

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