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Surgical Medicine Open Access Journal

Post-Intubation Tracheal Tear in Myomectomy Patient

  • Open or CloseAboud AlJa’bari MD MBBS DESA*

    Consultant Cardiothoracic, Regional Anesthesia and Pain Management, Lausanne University Hospital, Switzerland

    *Corresponding author: Aboud AlJa’bari MD MBBS DESA, Consultant Cardiothoracic, Regional Anesthesia and Pain Management, Lausanne University Hospital, Switzerland

Submission:June 28, 2021;Published: October 06, 2021

DOI: 10.31031/SMOAJ.2021.04.000591

ISSN : 2578-0379
Volume4 Issue4

Abstract

Twelve hours after extubating, a 33-year-old woman developed extensive Subcutaneous (surgical) emphysema, involving the neck, and upper chest Extending from skull base down to the mediastinum left sided Pneumomediastinum and pneumothorax, was confirmed by neck and chest CT-scan. The location of the lesion and features of the patient favored conservative Treatment with antibiotic cover. The patient made a full and uncomplicated Recovery and was discharged ten days after the original injury.

Keywords: Anesthesia; Intubation; Myomectomy; Trachea; Tear

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