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Oral case 28

Created: 6/9/2004


A 2-year old child needs bronchoscopy for foreign body in the trachea.

1. How would you induce anesthesia if no IVs were in place?

2. Would rectal thiopental be a good choice?

3. An IV is started, and succinylcholine is given. The child has a cardiac arrest. What is the cause?

4. What is the treatment?


A 36-year old woman for hysterectomy tells you she has acute intermittent porphyria.

1. What are the anesthetic implications?

2. Which drugs would you avoid?

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