Quellen und Literatur

Rund um die Tracheotomie und das Thema Trachealkanülen gibt es ein paar interessante Studien.

Literatur- und Quellenangaben:

  • Pryor, L. N., Ward, E. C., Cornwell, P. L., O’Connor, S. N. & Chapman, M. J. Clinical indicators associated with successful tracheostomy cuff deflation. Aust Crit Care 29, 132–137 (2016).
  • Fiorelli, A. et al. A New Modified Evans Blue Dye Test as Screening Test for Aspiration in Tracheostomized Patients. Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia (2016). doi:10.1053/j.jvca.2016.07.031
  • Hey, C. et al. Penetration-Aspiration Scale according to Rosenbek. HNO 62, 276–281 (2014).
  • Pluschinski, P., Zaretsky, Y. & Almahameed, A. Secretion scale by Murray et al. for FEES®: comparison of reliability and validity of the German long and short version. Der Nervenarzt (2014). doi:10.1007/s00115-014-4192-6
  • Murray J. Manual of Dysphagia Assessment in Adults. Singular Publishing Group, INC. San Diego, London (1999).
  • de Lima Zanata, I., Santos, R. S. & Hirata, G. C. Tracheal Decannulation Protocol in Patients Affected by Traumatic Brain Injury. Int. Arch. Otorhinolaryngol. 18, 108–114 (2014).
  • Bartolome, G., Schröter-Morasch H. BODS in Schluckstörungen: Diagnostik und Rehabilitation. Urban und Fischer (2005).
  • Morris, L. L., Whitmer, A. & McIntosh, E. Tracheostomy Care and Complications in the Intensive Care Unit. Critical Care Nurse 33, 18–30 (2013).
  • Teasdale, G. & Jennett, B. Assessment and prognosis of coma after head injury. Acta neurochir 34, 45–55 (1976).
  • Crary, M. A., Mann, G. D. C. & Groher, M. E. Initial Psychometric Assessment of a Functional Oral Intake Scale for Dysphagia in Stroke Patients. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 86, 1516–1520 (2005).
  • Trapl, M. et al. Dysphagia bedside screening for acute-stroke patients: the Gugging Swallowing Screen. Stroke 38, 2948–2952 (2007).