A non-derivative, non-surgical tracheostomy: the translaryngeal method

@article{Fantoni1997ANN,
  title={A non-derivative, non-surgical tracheostomy: the translaryngeal method},
  author={Anna Rita Fantoni and D. Ripamonti},
  journal={Intensive Care Medicine},
  year={1997},
  volume={23},
  pages={386-392}
}
Objective: To present a new technique for non-surgical tracheostomy. Design: An open, clinical trial on patients requiring elective tracheostomy. Setting: Intensive care unit of a community hospital. Patients: 95 adults, mean age 60 years, and 14 infants and children, mean age 26 months (2 months–7 years) with common indications for tracheostomy. Intervention: Through a needle inserted in the trachea, a guidewire is pushed out of the mouth against the usual direction and attached to a special… CONTINUE READING

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