Cesarean Delivery in the Bronchoscopy Suite in a Patient with an Anterior Mediastinal Mass
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Comments: The Discussion highlights the challenges of the rare and complicated condition of mediastinal masses with pregnancy. This further discusses the anaesthetic procedure followed for the cesarean delivery providing relevant literature. The potential risk factors for mediastinal masses are also discussed in the report. The Conclusion states that the complicated case of mediastinal mass must involve multidisciplinary team approach and collaboration for proper evaluation and to ensure the right anaesthetic.
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Comments: There are few errors found in the manuscript which are as follows:
· In Case report, 2nd paragraph, 5th sentence, “A cat scan was performed” must be written as “A CAT scan was performed.”
· Under Discussion, 4th paragraph, 2nd sentence, “This can occur not only during induction but also maintenance” can be rewritten as “This can occur not only during induction but also during maintenance.”
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Comments: The manuscript presents a case of cesarean delivery performed in the bronchoscopy suite followed by bronchoscopic airway evaluation in a 33-year-old female at 33 weeks gestation with symptomatic anterior mediastinal mass. The management of the whole procedure is illustrated in this case report.
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Corresponding AuthorUrsula Galway
Department of General Anesthesia, Anesthesiology Institute, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Article TypeCase Report
Publication historyReceived: Fri 23, Apr 2021
Accepted: Mon 10, May 2021
Published: Mon 31, May 2021
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