Foreword - Improving Quality of Life and Patient-Centered Outcomes as the Next Frontier in Tracheostomy Care

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The last decade has witnessed unprecedented progress in our understanding and management of tracheostomy care. Beginning in 2011, several landmark studies and audits on tracheostomy-related harm became a clarion call for improving the prevailing standard of care. Data revealed that in intensive care units, tracheostomyrelated incidents accounted for up to half of all airway-related deaths and hypoxic brain injuries.

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