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Blom-Singer Dual Valve Voice Prosthesis improves valve duration and life



A recently published article in the peer-reviewed The Laryngoscope looked at the durability, effort to speak, and speech quality of the Blom-Singer Dual Valve Voice Prosthesis.

Impressive results

In a select population of patients with reduced prosthesis wear time (defined as less than 3 months of wear), the Blom-Singer Dual Valve Voice Prosthesis offered improved device life without sacrificing speech quality, making it a preferred prosthesis option for patients who have had single-valve failure in less than 3 months.

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What makes the Blom-Singer Dual Valve Voice Prosthesis so effective?

Unlike single-valve voice prostheses, the Blom-Singer Dual Valve Voice Prosthesis has two valves. If the primary speech valve fails, the second speech valve is designed to remain viable to help prevent leakage of fluids.

The Blom-Singer Dual Valve Voice Prosthesis is available in both standard and with large flanges. Click here to learn more.