Aerodynamic and sound intensity measurements in tracheoesophageal voice

  • Grolman W
  • Eerenstein S
  • Tan F
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In laryngectomized patients, tracheoesophageal voice generally provides a better voice quality than esophageal voice. Understanding the aerodynamics of voice production in patients with a voice prosthesis is important for optimizing prosthetic designs and successful voice rehabilitation.

Author-supplied keywords

  • Aerodynamic measurements
  • Endoesophageal pressure
  • Endotracheal pressure
  • Sound intensity measurements
  • Tracheoesophageal voice
  • Valve prosthesis
  • Voice prosthesis

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