DOI: 10.33448/rsd-v10i2.12178
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Abstract: Orotracheal intubation is considered the most delicate maneuver performed by anesthesiologists, and failure to manage the airways is one of the main causes of possible complications that can be catastrophic during its performance, thus requiring good team planning. Anatomical and / or physiological characteristics, such as limited mouth opening, a condition often found in patients suffering from fractures of the zygomatic arch or who have some abnormality in the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), can characterize … Show more

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