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Dysphagia Management In Stroke Rehabilitation

D. Johnson, H. J. Herring, S. Daniels
Published 2014 · Medicine

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Oropharyngeal dysphagia is a frequent occurrence following stroke. The length of acute care hospitalization, however, has decreased over time with many individuals weak and frail upon admission for rehabilitation and possibly with continued dysphagia upon discharge. It is imperative that the swallowing therapist have a thorough understanding of evidence-based compensatory and exercise management strategies at all stages of recovery for patients with dysphagia following stroke.
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