There are different types of adhesives depending on the kind of activities you’re doing and how sensitive your skin is.
What steps can you take to make sure the air you breathe in is warm and moisturized?
Four simple steps to help you apply your adhesive for the day.
If your adhesive loosens frequently you may want to consider whether or not you have the correct adhesive or if you are following the correct advised adhesive change routine.
In order to protect your skin, it’s important that you follow the steps outlined when applying and removing your adhesive baseplates.
It’s perfectly natural that your voice prosthesis is going to leak at some point. What causes leakage and what can you do to manage it?
What things can you do on your own to increase the quality of your voice?
Speaking hands-free is important for many laryngectomees.
Many laryngectomees utilize an artificial larynx as a backup speech method. This video will demonstrate some of the techniques in order to use one effectively.
Often considered a highly desirable method of communication for laryngectomees, tracheoesophageal speech with a voice prosthesis can be very natural sounding and is easy to learn.
Daily maintenance of the voice prosthesis is important as it may help extend the device life and delay the growth of bacteria and fungus.
The nose is responsible for heating and moisturizing the air you breathe in. After a laryngectomy, the HME serves as a replacement that helps heat and moisturize the air.
Watch the video to learn more about using the Provox Non-indwelling voice prosthesis.