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Otolaryngology and speech therapy evaluation in the assessment of oropharyngeal dysphagia: a combined protocol proposal. Send correspondence to. Dysphagia is a symptom associated with an array of anatomical and functional changes which must be assessed by a multidisciplinary team to guarantee optimal evaluation and treatment, preventing potential complications.
Each chapter of the textbook is represented within the workbook with activities designed to facilitate application of knowledge acquired from the text. Various formats are implemented, including quiz questions, figure or picture labeling, case-based problem-solving descriptive and utilizing media associated with text chapters , application of videofluorographic and FEES measures or ratings, and report writing. For all activities, answers or model responses are provided at the end of the workbook for the reader s reference. The activities provided in the Dysphagia Assessment and Treatment Planning Workbook, Third Edition help readers improve their ability to understand and implement clinical instruction in the area of dysphagia.
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Growing numbers of SARS-CoV-2 cases coupled with limited understanding of transmissibility and virulence, have challenged the current workflow and clinical care pathways for the dysphagia provider. Increased awareness of asymptomatic virus carriers and variable expression of the disease have also focused attention to appropriate patient care in the context of protection for the healthcare workforce. The objective of this review was to create a clinical algorithm and reference for dysphagia clinicians across clinical settings to minimize spread of COVID cases while providing optimal care to patients suffering from swallowing disorders. Every practitioner and healthcare system will likely have different constraints or preferences leading to the utilization of one technique over another. Knowledge about this pandemic increases every day, but the algorithms provided here will help in considering the best options for proceeding with safe and effective dysphagia care in this new era. Clinical features of coronavirus disease COVID including respiratory compromise, microvascular thrombosis and neurologic dysfunction as well as prolonged ICU care in severe cases yield patients particularly susceptible to swallowing impairment [ 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 ]. Increased awareness of asymptomatic virus carriers and variable expression of the disease, have focused attention to appropriate patient care and protection for the healthcare workforce [ 7 , 8 , 9 ].
However, accessible and inclusive assessment measures to identify and monitor for deterioration in dysphagia are very limited. The purpose of this paper is to explore the use of video to enhance inclusion in dysphagia assessment and intervention for an inpatient setting. This service evaluation involved adults with IDs and mental illness living in in-patient accommodation and their multidisciplinary team. Participants were invited to film and then reflect on videos and their comments were transcribed for qualitative analysis. In total, 42 adults gave consent to film, review and discuss mealtime video-clips. Staff feedback was invited. Thematic analysis was conducted for service-user and staff comments.
Dynamic Swallow Studies: Measurement Techniques Rebecca Leonard The Treatment Plan Rebecca Leonard, Katherine Kendall, Susan McKenzie, and.
This product is delivered by one of our digital delivery partners. Use this link to purchase now. This best-selling book is a practical resource that gives you an evidence-based working knowledge of the evaluation and treatment of dysphagia plus tools to organize your dysphagia services. The fourth edition provides current information about evaluation and treatment, with particular attention to updating evidence for treatment techniques.
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See larger image. The SAFE provides clinicians with a carefully standardized, efficient, and comprehensive way to evaluate swallowing. This test is based on the findings of the latest research in swallowing disorders and the practical needs of therapists conducting such assessments. It is designed to assist in providing a definitive diagnosis or label of dysphagia. Its results help generate treatment plans or suggest the need for referral to other professionals for further assessment. The final diagnosis of dysphagia is usually made after careful review of the patient's medical chart and history, results of the SAFE, and any other recommended testing.