The predominant COVID-19 illness is viral pneumonia. Airway interventions are mainly required for tracheal intubation and establishing controlled ventilation.

The faculty of Intensive care medicine, Intensive care society, Association of Anaesthetists and Royal College of Anaesthetists have brought out Airway management Guidance in Covid 19 patients.



The guidance points out that Procedures during initial airway management and in intensive care unit (ICU) may generate aerosols which will increase the risk of transmission. However, as the epidemic increases there will be many patients in the community with COVID-19 who are asymptomatic or have mild disease. These patients may present for emergency surgery for unrelated conditions.

Dr Kamal Kant Kohli-MBBS, DTCD- a chest specialist with more than 30 years of practice and a flair for writing clinical articles, Dr Kamal Kant Kohli joined Medical Dialogues as an Editor-in-Chief for the Speciality Medical Dialogues section. Besides writing articles, as an editor, he proofreads and verifies all the medical content published on Medical Dialogues including those coming from journals, studies,medical conferences,guidelines etc. Before Joining Medical Dialogues, he has served at important positions in the medical industry in India including as the Hony. Secretary of the Delhi Medical Association as well as the chairman of Anti-Quackery Committee in Delhi and worked with other Medical Councils in India. Email: editorial@medicaldialogues.in. Contact no. 011-43720751

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