Percutaneous tracheostomy: A review of 2 cases

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Background: Percutaneous tracheostomy to a large extent has replaced conventional surgical tracheostomy by virtue of its low incidence of complications and the rapidity with which the procedure can be performed at the bedside avoiding transport of critically ill patients to the operating rooms. Since it is a blind approach, bronchoscopic guidance has been… (More)

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@inproceedings{J2015PercutaneousTA, title={Percutaneous tracheostomy: A review of 2 cases}, author={Sherry J and Sudhir M. Naik and Shankarnarayan Bhat}, year={2015} }