Caring for Patients With a Tracheostomy at Home: A Descriptive, Cross-sectional Study to Evaluate Health Care Practices and Caregiver Burden.

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Summary of "Caring for Patients With a Tracheostomy at Home: A Descriptive, Cross-sectional Study to Evaluate Health Care Practices and Caregiver Burden."

In numerous countries, lay (family) caregivers are the primary providers of care for community-dwelling patients with a tracheostomy.


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Name: Wound management & prevention
ISSN: 2640-5245
Pages: 22-29


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