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  • Aberrant innominate artery: A possible hazard during total laryngectomy. [Journal Article]
    Laryngoscope Investig Otolaryngol 2019; 4(3):307-309Nijkamp J, Jaafar RBJ, … Tan B
  • CONCLUSIONS: Aberrant innominate artery is an extremely rare entity and failure of recognizance can lead to hazardous complications. Preoperative angiography needs to be done if there are high suspicions of aberrant vessels in the operative field. Careful dissection of the head and neck region, and prompt decision making are mandatory to manage such cases.
  • Frontiers in Clinical Practice of Long-Term Care of Chronic Ventilatory Failure. [Review]
    Respiration 2019; 98(1):1-15Schwarz EI, Bloch KE
  • Home mechanical ventilation (HMV) is an effective long-term treatment for chronic hypercapnic respiratory failure. In addition to the established practice of providing HMV for the treatment of chronic ventilatory failure in slowly progressive neuromuscular and chest wall disease, there is accumulating evidence for improvement of quality of life and prolongation of survival by HMV in highly preval…
  • Multicenter randomized crossover trial evaluating the provox luna in laryngectomized subjects. [Journal Article]
    Laryngoscope 2019; 129(10):2354-2360Ratnayake CBB, Fles R, … Van den Brekel MWM
  • CONCLUSIONS: An improvement in compliance and skin recovery overnight was observed when the Provox Luna was added to the usual adhesive and HME use. Therefore, there is utility in supplementing the usual post-total laryngectomy care with the Provox Luna system at night, particularly in the setting of compliance concerns and in subjects who desire dermatological relief overnight.
  • Insertion of a Dumon Y-stent via a permanent tracheostoma without using a rigid bronchoscope. [Case Reports]
    BMJ Case Rep 2018; 11(1)Hayashi K, Motoishi M, … Hanaoka J
  • A 63-year-old man who had received a permanent tracheostoma after oesophageal cancer surgery developed fistulas in the left and right main bronchi and suffered repeated aspiration pneumonia. Placing an indwelling Dumon Y-stent using a rigid bronchoscope is an option to treat fistula and stenosis at the tracheal bifurcation, but in some cases, it may be difficult to use a rigid bronchoscope in pat…
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