Tracheostomy Care at Brinnova
Certain conditions – such as a severe lung disorder, neurological problem, or infection – can make it impossible to breathe effectively. If you are in this situation, your physician may need to insert a tracheostomy to help you breathe.
At Brinnova rehabilitation center, we provide both percutaneous and operative tracheostomy care for patients already on the tracheostomy tube. When it comes to respiratory care – and caring for trach patients and vent patients in general – Brinnova sets the standard in post-acute care.
- Everyday assessment of tracheostomy tube related infections
- Daily diagnosis patient’s wellbeing and breathing
- We replace the catheter every day to keep it safe from contamination
- Constant lookout for complications like blockage, obstruction and more