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Characterization Of Swallow Modulation In Response To Bolus Volume In Healthy Subjects Accounting For Catheter Diameter

L. Ferris, M. Schar, L. McCall, S. Doeltgen, I. Scholten, N. Rommel, C. Cock, T. Omari
Published 2018 · Medicine

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Characterization of the pharyngeal swallow response to volume challenges is important for swallowing function assessment. The diameter of the pressure‐impedance recording catheter may influence these results. In this study, we captured key physiological swallow measures in response to bolus volume utilizing recordings acquired by two catheters of different diameter.
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