Speech and Swallowing Function Outcome Following Early Tracheostomy in Patients Who Underwent Neurosurgical Intervention
Pralay Shankar Ghosh, Sukanya Naskar
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Ghosh PS, Naskar S. Speech and Swallowing Function Outcome Following Early Tracheostomy in Patients Who Underwent Neurosurgical Intervention. Indian J Crit Care Med 2018; 22 (9):683-683.
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