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Sixty-three percent (n=39) of the subjects were esophageal speakers, twenty-six percent (n=16) were tracheoesophageal speakers and eleven percent (n=7) were artificial larynx speakers.
The design of this artificial larynx (which did not operate on electricity) featured a cap that fit over the stoma and shunted air up a tube (figure 5).
Products available through BellSouth and TCCD include text telephones, volume adjust and digit magnification devices, and an electronic artificial larynx, for those who have lost use of their vocal cords.