The Implications of a Tracheostomy for Discharge Destination.

  • Damon C. Scales
  • Published 2015 in American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine


contamination and have sequenced negative water samples, but they were not able to include a full range of controls that covered the complex pathways taken between lung donors and the laboratory. Whether or not future investigations replicate the specific findings, this ambitious study represents an important stage in moving from simple descriptions of microbial communities in lung disease to determination of the functional mechanisms by which they may cause pathology. n


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