Efficacy of Topical Treatment Modalities for Stomal Granulomas in Pediatric Tracheostomies

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Stomal granulomas are a tracheostomy related post-operative complication that can result in bleeding as well as airway obstruction. The goal of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of topical treatment modalities in reducing stomal granulation tissue.

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  • Authors: HA Narsi Prasla, JR Bedwell, JN Brown, J Marcet-Gonzalez, T Pham & TP Raynor
  • Keywords: Pediatric Tracheostomy, Topical Treatment, Stomal Granulomas
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