Tracheostomy tubes tied to constipation in children

01/20/2010 | Modern Medicine

A study found children with tracheostomy tubes were significantly more likely to have a history of constipation and be taking medication to relieve it. Researchers said the study did not, however, find a causal relationship between a tracheostomy tube and constipation.

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