Management of adult neurogenic dysphagia
Singular Pub. Group, 1999 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 336 pages
This innovative text addresses issues related to the management of the adult petient who has dysphagia - an area of clinical interest that is relatively new as much of the existing literature has focused on the physiologic and diagnostic aspects of dysphagia. Concentrating on long-term management and complete rehabilitation efforts when appropriate. Management of Adult Neurogenic Dysphagia serves as a valuable reference for treatment planning, clinical management, and dialogues regarding ethical dilemmas in service delivery to the patient with neurogenic dysphagia.
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