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Intraopertive High Flow Oxygen Therapy in Bariatric Surgery: a New Hope.

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Obesity increases the risk of a difficult airway during induction, because of an altered upper airway anatomy. Administering high-flow oxygen therapy during pre-oxygenation and continued during apnea can prevent hypoxia before and during intubation, increasing patient safety. We wanted to verify how apnea ventilation with high-flow therapy means an increase in patient safety, preventing desaturation and giving time to the anesthesiologist in the case of adverse events during intubation.

Idioma Español
Palabras clave Bariatric Surgery, apneic, high flow, THRIVE
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Observaciones HFNC prolongs the time to desaturation and would be a more than reasonable option for patients with a difficult airway, increasing patient safety during the critical period of anesthetic induction and eduction. Future studies with larger samples would be necessary.
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  • Creado 13/07/2020
  • Modificado 13/07/2020
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