Electrolarynx and phone

Laryngectomy and Electrolarynx guide – Speaking on the Phone

One of the problems that patients with laryngectomies usually experience appears while speaking on the phone. This is because their voice is sometimes hard to understand due to the vocal cords manipulation that happens during surgery. After that procedure, these can be affected, altering in many ways their voice. The

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Electrolarynx Saline Use

Laryngectomy and Electrolarynx guide – Using Saline

Humidification is an essential element to consider when protecting the stoma while the airway becomes well healed and gets used to breathing dry air. For this, using a saline spray is one of the best things to keep the stoma moist and healthy. Check our complete guide for stoma care.

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Electrolarynx Humidity

Laryngectomy and Electrolarynx guide – Humidity And You

Usually, the air that enters into the airways passes through the nose and mouth before arriving at the lungs. This process allows the inspired air to become filtered and humidified, providing the lungs a worm and moisturized breathing air. Inspired air is taken from the relative humidity of the ambient

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Electrolarynx Stome Care

Laryngectomy and Electrolarynx guide – Stoma Care

Basic Stoma Care Patients who are submitted to a complete larynx removal (laryngectomy) will have a surgically formed hole in the front region of their neck to help them breathe normally. This is called a stoma and is very important for the patients to be advised by a doctor or

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Electrolarynx Laryngectomy Depression

Laryngectomy and Electrolarynx guide – Overcoming Depression

Patients with head and neck cancer, which then may lead to laryngectomy procedures, are more susceptible to develop psychological distress like depression. Being in a bad mood is common and tends to extend beyond the treatment period. These individuals reactions to their illness and treatment vary widely according to some

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