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  • The outcomes of children with tracheostomy in a tertiary care pediatric intensive care unit in Turkey. [Journal Article]
  • TPTurk Pediatri Ars 2018; 53(3):177-184
  • Can FK, Anıl AB, … Zengin N
  • CONCLUSIONS: Tracheostomy seems safe and improves pediatric patients' outcomes. The most important factor that affects the prognosis of children who underwent tracheostomy is the indication for tracheostomy. The outcomes are always better if the tracheostomy has been performed because of upper airway obstruction. Performing tracheostomy helps weaning from and off ventilator support and finally the discharge of patients with prolonged mechanical ventilation from the pediatric intensive care unit setting.
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