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A jelenleg is zajló SARS-CoV-2 okozta pandémia miatt a betegek 6%-ában tartós gépi lélegeztetést igénylő légzési elégtelenség alakul ki. A későbbi felső légúti szűkület létrejöttének veszélye miatt „békeidőben” korai tracheotomia jönne szóba. A jelen helyzetben azonban a fokozott aeroszolképződéssel járó beavatkozások kerülendők, ezért a javallatok újragondolására van szükség. A nemzetközi ajánlások alapján alakítottuk ki saját eljárásrendünket. Orv Hetil. 2020; 161(19): 767–770.

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