Carmen Stelea, Emilia Pătrășcanu, Lidia Cureniuc, Liviu Vlad Hârtie, Maria Paula Comanescu, Alexandra Crăcană, Mihai Liviu Ciofu, Victor-Vlad Costan, Otilia Boișteanu
The anesthetic plan must be discussed and personalized for each patient. The anesthesiologist must identify and find solutions for the main perioperative issues which may occur due to this type of surgery. One of the most important issues is the permeability and securing the airways, followed by establishing the right time after the surgery for a safe intubation removal. The interventions are prolonged with complex techniques and an important risk of bleeding.