Foreign body aspirations in Infancy: a 20-year experience

@inproceedings{Saki2009ForeignBA,
  title={Foreign body aspirations in Infancy: a 20-year experience},
  author={Nader Saki and Soheila Nikakhlagh and Fakher Rahim and Hassan Abshirini},
  booktitle={International journal of medical sciences},
  year={2009}
}
OBJECTIVE Foreign body aspirations comprise the majority of accidental deaths in childhood. Diagnostic delay may cause an increase in mortality and morbidity in cases without acute respiratory failure. We report our diagnostic and compare the relevant studies available in literature to our results. METHODS In our Hospital, bronchoscopy was performed on 1015 patients with the diagnosis of foreign body aspirations (from 1998 to 2008). Of these cases, 63.5% were male and 36.5% female. Their ages… CONTINUE READING

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