Question of the Week #15 A 3-year-old boy with severe dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa presents for esophageal dilation under general anesthesia. His limbs are covered in bandages and his mouth opening is slightly limited. Which of the following techniques is LEAST likely to induce formation of additional bullae?A. Prolonged mask ventilationB. An awake fiberoptic intubationC. An asleep blind nasal intubationD. Direct laryngoscopy with a well-lubricated blade Time is Up! Click here to find out how to get involved!