Children’s Long Term Ventilation Pathways


McDougall et al – 2013 – Long-term ventilation in children: longitudinal trends and outcomes                


Chikata et al – 2012 – Humidification Performance of Heat and Moisture Exchangers for Pediatric Use                                                                                                

 Halley – 2012 – Getting children home on long term ventilation      


Edwards et al – 2011 – Costs of Hospitalized Ventilator-Dependent Children; Differences Between a Ventilator Ward and Intensive Care Unit   

Goodwin et al – 2011 – Increasing Prevalence of Domiciliary Ventilation in the South West of the UK                                      

Kraft et al – 2011 – Practice Patterns After Tracheotomy in Infants Younger than 2 years

Kuo et al – 2011 – A National Profile of Caregiver Challenges Among more Medically Complex Children with Special Health Care Needs

Racca et al – 2011 – Long-term home ventilation of children in Italy: a national survey.                                                                                             

Wallis et al – 2011 – Children on long-term ventilatory support: 10 years of progress. Archives of Disease in Childhood

Colman et al – 2010 –  Impact of stoma maturation on pediatric tracheostomy-related complications. Archives of Otolaryngology.

Deutsch – 2010 – Tracheostomy: pediatric considerations.


Durbin – 2010 – Tracheostomy, why, when, how?


Edwards et al – 2010 – Outcomes and causes of death in children on home mechanical ventilation via tracheostomy: an institutional and literature review.             

Kun et al  – 2010 – How much do primary care givers know about tracheostomy and home ventilator emergency care?                                                                                           

Tibballs et al  – 2010 –  A home respiratory support programme for children by parents and layperson carers.                                                                              

Tolomeo, C. and Bazzy-Asaad, A -2010 – Utilization of a second caregiver in the care of a child with a tracheostomy in the homecare setting.                                                          

 Children who are Long Term Ventilated – Pathfinder Project Engaging with Families and Children / Young People