Pediatric swallowing and feeding: assessment and management
Pediatric Swallowing and Feeding: Assessment and Management focuses on an area of utmost concern in many young infants and young children with disabilities. The editors/authors, Drs. Arvedson and Brodsky, cogently organize and present a comprehensive, interdiscriplinary text on this critical area in health care. By providing a wealth of practical information against the backdrop of a management team, this books goes beyond merely stating that interdisciplinary teams are important. It is one of those rare books that accomplishes a host of purposes and will prove an invaluable resource to personnel from many disciplines.
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Feeding With Craniofacial Anomalies
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