noun, plural tra·che·ot·o·mies. Surgery.
Origin of tracheotomy
Examples from the Web for tracheotomy
Contemporary Examples of tracheotomy
He was going to start a tracheotomy, which is opening the throat and inserting a tube into the windpipe.Jimmy Breslin on JFK’s Assassination: Two Classic Columns
November 22, 2013
Seizure disorder, severe developmental delays and neurological impairment, feeding tube and tracheotomy.Can Gay Marriage Solve Our Adoption Problem?
March 29, 2013
Hospitalized in Britain, with a tracheotomy tube down her throat, she was in no position to protest.Malala: With Friends Like Madonna
October 22, 2012
He had to undergo a tracheotomy, which removed even the limited powers of speech he then possessed.Stephen Hawking 70th-Birthday Salute
January 8, 2012
Historical Examples of tracheotomy
If suffocation threatens, the operation of tracheotomy is the only resort.Cattle and Their Diseases
Tracheotomy was performed on the day after the injury, without benefit.A Treatise on Gunshot Wounds
When it comes to tracheotomy in diphtheria, the child's chance is slim.The Man Who Was Good
The preparation of the skin and the position of the body are the same as for tracheotomy.
The sooner the serum is injected the better the prognosis with tracheotomy.