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Old 06-22-2007, 08:01 PM   #1
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Stage 4 airway

Has anyone ever been told they have a stage 4 airway. About 9 years ago I had my tonsils removed (I was 29). They removed them because they said they were blocking my airway. They thought my tonsils were huge. Once they got them out they said my tonsils weren't huge my airway was small. The anesthesiologist said I have what they call a stage 4 airway. They said I should even wear a medic alert bracelet that says Stage 4 airway. Does anyone know anything about this. Can they do anything for it?

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Kim

 
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