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Compensatory Management And Treatment In Dysphagia

Maggie-Lee Huckabee, Louise M Hughes
Published 2013 · Medicine

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The past decade has heralded amazing advances in rehabilitation practices for patients with swallowing impairment. This new emphasis in research and subsequently clinical practice will hopefully diminish the need for long-term reliance on compensatory management of dysphagic presentations. However, compensatory techniques may remain the prime management option for certain patient populations in which cognitive status or pathophysiology restrict rehabilitative potential. This chapter will address the application, implications and scientific background of those compensatory techniques for which recent literature exists.
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