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Swallowing, communication management of tracheostomy, laryngectomy in context of COVID-19

October 15, 2020

What The Article Says: This review synthesizes the literature regarding tracheostomy and laryngectomy management in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Authors: José Vergara, B.Sc., S.L.P., of the University of Campinas in São Paulo, Brazil, is the corresponding author.

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(doi:10.1001/jamaoto.2020.3720)

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