The Food and Drug Administration this week alerted health care providers to a shortage of tracheostomy tubes, used to help people breathe after a tracheotomy, including a tube made by ICU Medical for pediatric patients. The agency recommends providers and other caregivers consider using certain conservation strategies.

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