Seizure disorder, severe developmental delays and neurological impairment, feeding tube and tracheotomy.
He had to undergo a tracheotomy, which removed even the limited powers of speech he then possessed.
Hospitalized in Britain, with a tracheotomy tube down her throat, she was in no position to protest.
He was going to start a tracheotomy, which is opening the throat and inserting a tube into the windpipe.
The sooner the serum is injected the better the prognosis with tracheotomy.
When it comes to tracheotomy in diphtheria, the child's chance is slim.
Another woman, very ill with diphtheria, came to the dispensary buoyed by the hope of tracheotomy.
If symptoms of suffocation occur, tracheotomy must be performed.
A tracheotomy was performed (Mr. Stewart), but the patient died an hour later.
tracheotomy had been performed, but its failure was already clear.
tracheotomy tra·che·ot·o·my (trā'kē-ŏt'ə-mē)
Incision into the trachea through the neck.