The COVID-19 pandemic was an extraordinary challenge for the global healthcare system not only for the number of patients affected by pulmonary disease, but also for the incidence of long-term sequalae. In this regard, laryngo-tracheal stenosis (LTS) represents one of the most common complications of invasive ventilation.

Post-COVID-19 airway stenosis treated by tracheal resection and anastomosis: a bicentric experience / C. Piazza, D. Lancini, M. Filauro, C. Sampieri, P. Bosio, G. Zigliani, A. Ioppi, A. Vallin, A. Deganello, G. Peretti. - In: ACTA OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGICA ITALICA. - ISSN 1827-675X. - 42:2(2022 Apr 01), pp. 99-105. [10.14639/0392-100X-N1952]

Post-COVID-19 airway stenosis treated by tracheal resection and anastomosis: a bicentric experience

A. Deganello
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2022

Abstract

The COVID-19 pandemic was an extraordinary challenge for the global healthcare system not only for the number of patients affected by pulmonary disease, but also for the incidence of long-term sequalae. In this regard, laryngo-tracheal stenosis (LTS) represents one of the most common complications of invasive ventilation.
airway stenosis; COVID-19; tracheal intubation; tracheal resection; tracheostomy;
Settore MED/31 - Otorinolaringoiatria
1-apr-2022
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