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THE IRAQI POSTGRADUATE MEDICAL JOURNAL
Endotracheal intubation is the one of important steps during the administration of general anesthesia. It is more so in pediatric patients, especially, if there are associated deformities in and around the airway, like cleft lip and palate. Insufflations of the trachea for the purpose of ether anesthesia was introduced in 1909 in USA and in 1912 in UK (1) . Later, tracheal intubation became a part of the anesthesia practice. It was usually performed under deep inhalation anesthesia with ether.fatcat:avvvzipqfbeiljlxoiih4kh7jy