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5001386 (The patient is a woman) Can a patient intubated by the tracheostomy take water, giving her little by little, not with a syringe?

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It depends on the health condition of the patient, the size of the tube and if there is a concern that the swallowing is impaired, talk to your health care provider to be in the safe side.
 
 
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