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Bleeding controlled by compression and stoma infection/inflammation were the most common intra-procedural and late complications, respectively. Informed consent for PDT was obtained in only 60% of cases.
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Tracheostomy procedures in the intensive care unit: an international survey.
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Clinical predictors and outcomes for patients requiring tracheostomy in the intensive care unit.
Kollef MH1Ahrens TSShannon W.

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Heart Lung Vessel. 2015;7(2):179-80.

Timing of tracheostomy and associated complications in cardiothoracic intensive care patients.
Zochios V1Casey J1Parhar K2Vuylsteke A1.

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Pneumothorax after tracheostomy: A prospective study.
Tangjaturonrasme N1.

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Complications and consequences of endotracheal intubation and tracheotomy

A prospective study of 150 critically ill adult patients
John L. Stauffer, M.D.,
Daniel E. Olson, M.D., Ph.D.,
Thomas L. Petty, M.D.

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Fiber optic bronchoscopy-assisted percutaneous tracheostomy: a decade of experience at a university hospital.
[Article in English, Spanish]

Romero CM1Cornejo R1Tobar E1Gálvez R1Luengo C1Estuardo N1Neira R1Navarro JL1Abarca O1Ruiz M1Berasaín MA1Neira W1Arellano D1,Llanos O1.

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Tracheotomy Complications: A Retrospective Study of 1130 Cases

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Complications of non-invasive ventilation techniques: a comprehensive qualitative review of randomized trials

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PMCID: PMC2738320

Noninvasive ventilation: A survey of practice patterns of its use in India
Rajesh Chawla, U. S. Sidhu,1 Vijai Kumar,2 Shruti Nagarkar,3 and Laurent Brochard4

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Philip-Joët FF, Paganelli FF, Dutau HL, Saadjian AY.
Hemodynamic effects of bilevel nasal positive airway pressure ventilation in patients with heart failure.

Respiration 1999;66:136-43.

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Incidence of aspiration after urgent intubation

Lorraine G Thibodeau, MDcorrespondence, Vincent P Verdile, MD, Joel M Bartfield, MD

From the Department of Emergency Medicine, Albany Medical Center, Albany, NY. USA

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Complications and failure of airway management

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Biphasic Cuirass Ventilation
United Hayek Industries, Inc.
http://www.hayekmedical.com/