Alice Stone

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Before a bolus is pushed into the pharynx, oral sensory processing is critical for planning movements of the subsequent pharyngeal swallow, including hyoid bone and laryngeal (hyo-laryngeal) kinematics. However, oral and pharyngeal sensory processing for hyo-laryngeal kinematics is not fully understood. In 11 healthy adults, we examined changes in(More)
A postal survey investigating the administration of supplemental oxygen to women undergoing Caesarean section under regional anaesthesia was sent to 262 lead consultant obstetric anaesthetists in the UK. Two hundred and fifteen (82) completed questionnaires were returned. In 139 units (65) supplemental oxygen was administered routinely to all Caesarean(More)
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