tracheostoma

tra·che·os·to·ma

(trā'kē-os'tŏ-mă),
Permanent opening into the trachea through the neck; also the opening after permanent laryngectomy.
[tracheo- + G. stoma, mouth]

tracheostoma

(trā″kē-ŏs′tō-mă)
Opening into the trachea, via the neck.

tracheostoma

an opening through the neck and into the trachea.
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The following attachments have been updated: Pg 03 - package for enteral nutrition, Pg 09 - electrostimulation therapy package, Pg 12 - package for tracheostoma, Pg 15 - incontinence aid package, Pg 29 - stoma flat rate.
The individual will breathe through a permanent tracheostoma that will enable air passage when inhaling and exhaling [4].
Patients who got pneumonia recovered after treatment with antibiotics and the tracheostoma healed up before discharge [Table 2].
The remaining 4 patients experienced postoperative bleeding, and all were treated conservatively with the insertion of gauze between the tracheostoma and cannula for 24 hours.
This surrogate glottis enabled survival without a tracheostoma and challenged the justification of any further reconstruction in this patient.
Stomal granulation tissue frequently develops, and nearly all patients have some degree of tracheal narrowing at the site of the tracheostoma.
Clinical specimens included cerebrospinal liquid, endotracheal aspirate, thoracal drain and tracheostoma.
Consequently, breathing now occurs via the tracheostoma, an opening that is created by attaching the trachea to the skin of the neck.
A permanent tracheostoma was created with tracheoplasty and airway reconstruction and insertion of an 18-French extended Silastic tracheostomy tube (T tube).
Tobacco control activists found a willing contestant in Frank who continued to smoke through a tracheostoma.
In 1974, Stell and Cooney reported that they had reduced the fistula rate to 13% by adapting a surgical technique that involved a collar incision, closure of the pharyngeal defect in a straight line, a separate skin incision for the tracheostoma, and efficient suction drainage.
A dynamic collapse of the anterior tracheal wall was noted at the area of the previous tracheostoma.