A shortened form of tracheotomy or tracheostomy. (noun)
The tube inserted in a tracheotomy. (noun)
A recipient of the above-named procedure. (noun)
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Use "trach" in a sentence
"M. STEPANEK: Well, I have something called a trach collar, which is a little thing that I hold all of the time like a mask I put over that."
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"Placement of a cap over the top of a tracheostomy ( "trach") tube allowing a child to breathe through the nose and mouth; used to assess a person's readiness to breathe without mechanical assistance."