Management of Acute Airway Problems in Children

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The failure to provide oxygenated blood to the brain and other vital structures rapidly results in death. Prevention of hypoxaemia requires a protected, unobstructed airway and adequate ventilation must take priority over all other conditions.1 This review intends to discuss managing acute airway problems in the paediatric age group that could present to any practising otolaryngologist.

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