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Table 1 Previous case reports of anesthetic management for MSS

From: Successful respiratory management of a Marshall-Smith syndrome patient with a tracheo-innominate artery fistula

CaseReferenceAge, sexHeight, weightType of surgeryAirway managementPremedicationAnestheticsMuscle relaxantComplication
1Antila et al. [3]*7 m, M71 cm, 6.85 kgTympanostomyBlind intubationn.a.Thiopental
Fentanyl
NoneHypoxia
Bradycardia
2 8 m, M71 cm, 6.85 kgBronchoscopySpontaneousn.a.Ketamine DiazepamNoneNone
3Watanabe et al. [4]4 years, M99.6 cm, 13.5 kgTrigger fingerMask-assistedNoneSevoflurane
Nitrous oxide
NoneNone
4Salik et al. [5]17 y, Mn.a., 44 kgOphthalmic surgeryVia tracheostomyn.a.Midazolam
Fentanyl
Sevoflurane
DEX
RocuroniumNone
5Nakano et al. [6]10 years, M115 cm, 24 kgTooth extractionIntubation with McGrathMidazolamPropofol
Fentanyl
Sevoflurane
RocuroniumNone
6Machotta et al. [7]9 m, Mn.a., 8.5 kgOphthalmic surgery
Gastrostomy
Intubation with FS and LMAn.a.Sevoflurane
Remifentanil
CisatracuriumNone
  1. DEX dexmedetomidine, FS fiberscope, LMA laryngeal mask airway, n.a. not available
  2. *Cases 1 and 2 were the same patient, and case 2’s surgery was 2 weeks after the case 1 surgery. A literature search was performed using “Marshall-Smith syndrome” as search term in PubMed