Intraluminal negative pressure wound therapy for optimizing pharyngeal reconstruction.

@article{Asher2014IntraluminalNP,
  title={Intraluminal negative pressure wound therapy for optimizing pharyngeal reconstruction.},
  author={Scott A. Asher and Hilliary N. White and Elisa A. Illing and W. Carroll and J. S. Magnuson and E. Rosenthal},
  journal={JAMA otolaryngology-- head \& neck surgery},
  year={2014},
  volume={140 2},
  pages={
          143-9
        }
}
IMPORTANCE Pharyngocutaneous fistula formation after pharyngeal reconstruction is one of the most common and challenging problems to manage. Despite many advances in management, the published success rates indicate a role for any adjuvant therapy that could potentially decrease this complication. OBJECTIVE To describe the use of intraluminal negative pressure dressings (NPDs) in pharyngeal reconstruction. DESIGN, SETTING, AND PARTICIPANTS Retrospective case series at a tertiary care… Expand
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