Assessment of the Obstructed Airway in Children

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Introduction

Paediatric airway endoscopy is an important part of the core curriculum for ENT speciality trainees, however, it tends to be a procedure that is limited to major children’ hospitals as a result not all trainees have a very great exposure in this sub speciality.

Furthermore, because of the relatively limited number of cases in routine ENT practice, established consultants in some units will tend to get out of practice with airway assessment but may on rare occasions be called upon to act in an emergency where more specialized help is not available.

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