Emine Aydın, Filiz Aydoğan, Eren Taştan, Davut Tepe, Münir Demirci

S.b. Ankara Eğitim Ve Araştırma Hastanesi, 2. Kulak Burun Boğaz Kliniği, Ankara

Keywords: Child, preschool, emergency service, hospital, foreign bodies/therapy; Trendelenburg position


It is not uncommon that a children presenting with intranasal foreign boy to emergency departments and ear nose throat clinics. These foreign bodies are usually located accidentally and rarely by inhalation. This is a situation that requires urgent intervention. General anesthesia is preferred for non-cooperative children with foreign bodies located in the posterior nasal cavity. Aspiration of the foreign body during the preparation of general anesthesia may occur and it may be resulted with respiratory obstruction may occur. The aim of this paper is to mention that Trendelenburg position can be preferred to minimize the bronchial aspiration risk during general anesthesia.