Difficult Airway Management Expert Witness

Patients who have difficulty breathing due to respiratory diseases and conditions, or a closed airway due to asthma or allergy, must be managed by qualified physicians. The most common procedure for airway management is known as intubation; it is an emergency technique in which physicians must place a breathing tube into the patient’s trachea. Drug therapy, asthma inhalers, and other procedures can be prescribed to manage difficult airways.