. .Patients who have a tracheostomy insertion surgery are not difficult to speak. nNuhun
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To produce sound, a person must expel air from the lungs to vibrate the vocal cords. The larynx and vocal cords will adjust the resulting vibrations to produce sound from the air. Tracheostomy is the act of making the airway in the trachea because the airway is blocked. This action can save the patient's life because if no oxygen gets in, the patient will experience death. The trachea is the airway under the larynx and vocal cords. If there is an opening in the trachea, the patient cannot pass air to the vocal cords. After the tracheostomy tube is removed, the hole will slowly close again, but certainly not as well as it started. The patient will begin to be able to speak, but it is more difficult than before the tracheostomy.
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