Tracheotomy: Airway Management, Communication, and Swallowing
Eugene N. Myers, Jonas T. Johnson, Thomas Murry
Singular Publishing Group, 1998 - Medical - 172 pages
This is a comprehensive, well-illustrated reference on classical tracheotomy in adults and children. It provides professionals with the essential tools needed to support safe, effective intervention in inpatient and outpatient settings and addresses special populations and their unique needs.
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Technique and Complications of Tracheotomy in Adults
Technique and Complications of Tracheotomy in the Pediatric
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