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Delay in pharyngeal trigger is found in what three populations.
tbi
stroke
neurosurgical
swallowing maneuvers are not often used in what population
tbi (they're too difficult for them)
TBI uses what treatment strategies
compensatory (postural and sensory)
dietary changes
Resistance or ROM exercises
Plateaued dysphagics should be reassessed when?
six months to one year
Injuries to C1 or 2 result in
no sensory awareness of swallow
Damage to C4,5,6 result in
poor laryngeal movt
reduced CP opening
Cervical Spinal Cord injury results in _ stage swallowing problems
pharyngeal
Swallowing maneuvers and senosry enhancement tx are most often helpful with those who have had a
cervical spinal cord injury
Brace (SOMI) affects:
duration of airway closure - lengthens it.
Swallowing maneuvrs are most helpful for:
Anterior Cervical Spinal Fusion
When there is no pharyngeal swallow, what techniques work best?
thermal-tactile stimulation
suck-swallow
With CN IX there is often a:
delay in trigger of pharyngeal swallow
three disturbance for polio:
reduced vp closure
reduced pharyngeal contraction
uniclateral pharyngeal paralysis
Guillain-Barre
rapid paralysis
slow recovery
respiration big prob - DON'T use maneuvers until under resp control
Tx for Guillain-baree
resistance and ROM with increasing effort

swallow maneuvers if resp ok (supraglottic and Mendelsohn)
For children w/CP, diet changes should be _
last
most aspiration occurs _ or _ the swallow in children and adults with CP
before
after
Dysautonomia
LES prob
Esophageal problems