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A 34-year-old lady in the 19th week of gestation was referred for emergency evacuation of products of conception, following intrauterine fetal death and persistent vaginal bleeding. She was suffering from complete heart block with a heart rate of 42 beats per minute. A temporary pacemaker was implanted and she was taken up for surgery. She developed an acute bronchospasm just before induction of anesthesia, which was successfully managed, without delaying the operative procedure. Her anestheticdoi:10.5005/jp-journals-10036-1241 fatcat:vj4a5ukctved5fjvwcrbsgzcei