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Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences
Management of a premature infant with PDA poses a significant challenge in the perioperative period for the anaesthesiologist. The risk is multiplied when it is associated with other congenital respiratory anomalies. In our case a premature child at 5 month of age presented with PDA and tracheomalacia. There was a risk of airway collapse during sedation or induction of anaesthesia along with an anticipated difficult intubation. We have managed the case by inducing and intubating the patient indoi:10.14260/jemds/2015/1622 fatcat:morqe7pqanf3fhiwjmb5sdhbcm