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Larynx preservation preferred over total laryngectomy

Patients with locally advanced laryngopharyngeal cancers who receive radical chemoradiation have significantly better voice outcomes during the 12 months following treatment when compared with patients who have undergone a total laryngectomy and surgical voice restoration, according to a study in ...

PEAK Surgical Announces First Use of PEAK PlasmaBlade(TM) in Europe

...international course on May 20-21 that also included a live surgery using the PlasmaBlade. "The PlasmaBlades worked beautifully in the partial laryngectomy and parotid dissection we conducted, producing nearly bloodless procedures," said Dr. Pellini. "We are very keen for our ENT colleagues to evaluate th...

Drug Combo Helps Larynx Cancer Patients Preserve Voice Box

...up. TPF was superior for patients with locally advanced cancers of the larynx and hypopharynx and this treatment can help more patients avoid total laryngectomy (removal of the voicebox), concluded the researchers at the Centre Hospitalier Regional et Universitaire de Tours. However, they added that because...

Race, Gender Affect Laryngeal Cancer Survival

...98. Of those patients, 53.6 percent had a total laryngectomy (removal of the larynx), 30.6 percent had radiatio...oups had lower odds of survival than did the total laryngectomy group. The increased risk associated with death is... conclusion, this analysis demonstrates that total laryngectomy yields the highest likelihood of survival for pati...

Study examines factors associated with survival in advanced laryngeal cancer

...atment. Unfortunately, patients treated with total laryngectomy experience a complete loss of voice and may also e...oups had lower odds of survival than did the total laryngectomy group, the authors write. The increased risk assoc... conclusion, this analysis demonstrates that total laryngectomy yields the highest likelihood of survival for pati...

Radiation And Chemotherapy, A Better Option For Head And Neck Cancer

... It was also found that 89 percent of patients who underwent radiation were able to obtain essential nutrients orally, while only 64 percent of the laryngectomy patients were able to do so, “The overall survival rate is high for both sets of patients but those patients who respond well to the initial treatmen...

Differentiated Thyroid Carcinoma Can Widely Infiltrate The Larynx

...differentiated thyroid carcinomas in which a total laryngectomy was included in the surgical procedure with specia...gic characteristics of 5 patients in which a total laryngectomy had to be performed for differentiated thyroid car...oma can widely infiltrate the larynx, making total laryngectomy unavoidable. The diagnosis of intralaryngeal tumor...

Possibility Of Regaining Speech After Tongue, Voice Box Removal

...ossectomies (removal of the tongue) were evaluated to see how they would fare after a TEP. One group had a primary TEP, performed at the time of their laryngectomy and glossectomy. The other group received secondary TEP, performed after being screened from a population of head and neck cancer patients who had alr...
Laryngectomy in Medical Products

Bivona® Laryngectomy Tubes

Description: The soft silicone design promotes patient comfort. Bivona® laryngectomy tubes feature a soft compliant silicone design for patient comfort....
Company:Portex

Portex® Laryngectomy Tubes

Description: For additional patient safety, the laryngectomy tube is designed with an integral 15 mm ISO termination that can be connected to a ventilator, with or without the inner cannula in place Portex® laryngectomy tubes are used to maintain a patent airway after a laryngectomy....
Company:Portex

SHERIDAN LAR-A-JECT® Reinforced Laryngectomy Tubes

Description: Laryngectomy Tubes with special J-shape for convenient placement through a tracheostomy stoma....
Company:Hudson RCI
Laryngectomy in Biological News

Acoustical Meeting, Nov. 10-14, 2008 in Miami, Florida

... about their Salmon 2) Giving a New Voice to laryngectomy Patients 3) Underwater Wi-Fi 4) Musi...uesday, November 11. 2) GIVING A NEW VOICE TO laryngectomy PATIENTS Prosthetics for patients with cancer ...ms that will make real differences in the lives of laryngectomy patients. The capability for more natural/human-so...
Laryngectomy in Biological Definition

Cancer

...cartilage in the treatment of patients who have non-small cell lung cancer that cannot be removed by surgery , hyperbaric oxygen therapy with laryngectomy patients (people who have had an operation to remove all or part of the larynx (voice box)), massage therapy for cancer-related fatigue, chem...
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