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What is a Tracheostomy?

A tracheostomy is a surgical procedure that involves creating a small opening in the front of the neck and inserting a tube into the windpipe (trachea) to help a person breathe. This procedure is often done when a person is unable to breathe on their own due to an injury or medical condition affecting the airway. The tube can be connected to a ventilator or oxygen supply to provide breathing support. Tracheostomy may be temporary or permanent, depending on the person's condition. At Hpfy, you will get a wide range of Tracheostomy Supplies from top-selling brands and manufacturers to best suit your needs and comfort.

What Tracheostomy Supplies are Needed for Tracheostomy Care?

Tracheostomy care is incomplete without our range of tracheostomy supplies and trach supplies. These products have been designed keeping in mind both the patient and the trach caregiver. Tracheostomy products offer comprehensive support to individuals with a stoma throat on the airway to help with breathing and suction secretions. We carry a range of high-quality tracheostomy equipment like aspirators, trach collars, and trach tubes from trusted manufacturers to provide the best support to patients. All items are from trusted and leading manufacturers like Covidien/Medtronic, Atos Medical, Smiths Medical, Carefusion Corporation, Cardinal Health, etc.

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We also carry tracheal care kits, which include trach cleaning brushes, twill tapes, cotton-tipped applicators, tracheostomy dressings, gloves, pipe cleaners


1. How long can you live with a tracheostomy?

Yes, you'll continue to live as long as you clean and change your tracheostomy tube to help prevent infection and reduce the risk of complications.

2. Can you talk with a tracheostomy?

Generally, a tracheostomy prevents speaking because exhaled air goes out the tracheostomy opening rather than up through your voice box. However, there are devices and techniques for redirecting airflow enough to produce speech.

3. Can you eat with a tracheostomy?

While you're healing, swallowing will be difficult. You'll receive nutrients through an intravenous (IV) line inserted into a vein in your body, a feeding tube that passes through your mouth or nose, or a tube inserted directly into your stomach.

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Frequently asked questions

Tracheostomy is a surgical process by which an opening is created in the neck leading directly into the breathing tube, i.e. the trachea. The tube is inserted by making a cut in the neck below the vocal cords to allow air to flow into the lungs. A tracheostomy can either be temporary or permanent.

The initial 1-2 days are tough for the patient who finds it difficult to breathe or speak. Gradually, the patient will learn to breathe through the tracheostomy tube. A speech therapist or the doctor can help learn to talk with the trach tube or other speaking devices. Learning to live with the trach may take a fortnight.

It is important to take very good care of a tracheostomy tube. The trach tube and the skin around it need to be cleaned at least once daily or more often if needed. Change the trach ties weekly or more often if required. The inner cannula should be changed at least once every 8 hours or more frequently if indicated.