Medicina y Cirugía Oral y Maxilofacial: Medicina y Cirugía Oral y Maxilofacial


Computer-Assisted 3D Reconstruction in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

 Año   2019          (Página 76 del Artículo)
Submental oro-tracheal intubation was developed in order to avoid the need for tracheotomy and to permit unfettered access to the oral region. This type of intubation is done (a) in patients with comminuted fracture of the midface or the nose, where nasal intubation is contraindicated, (b) inpatients who require restoration of the occlusion, and (c) patients whose condition permits extubation at the end of surgery [78]. The neck pathology and normal anatomy can be easily diagnosed using 3-D reconstruction of this submental region to prevent complication of submental intubation.

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