UK Based Tracheostomy Ventilation in Motor Neurone Disease: A Multi-Centre Review

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Little data exists regarding use of tracheostomy ventilation (TV) in patients with motor neurone disease (PwMND). Some UK centres offer TV as a treatment option. It is hypothesised that starting TV in PwMND is intrusive to quality of life and leads to unacceptably, long hospital stays.

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  • Authors: J Palmer, A Armstrong, B Kathiresan, M Latham & R Moses
  • Keywords: Tracheostomy, Motor Neurone, Disease, Ventilation, Quality of Life
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