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This means prolonged neuromuscular blockade/paralysis. The intubation of the patient has to be skilfully administered to avoid intraluminal gaseous distension and the consequent impairment of visualisation. To minimise this, limited use of the bag and mask is recommended as well as immediate decompression of the stomach by use of a nasogastric tube. The positioning of the patient may require the patient being at the end of the bed and far from the anaesthetic machine. This will need long length apparatus and connectors to intravenous access lines to facilitate management of anaesthetic requirements intraoperatively.