Mechanically ventilated patients report improvement in voice-related quality of life with a talking tracheostomy tube – A randomized controlled study

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Verbal communication affects patient autonomy. Communication is limited in intubated patients causing frustration. Our study aimed at evaluating the outcomes of patients using a talking tracheostomy. The goal is to promote communication between patients and healthcare providers in the ICU and evaluate the impact on quality of life.

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