Development of a System to Monitor Laryngeal Movement during Swallowing Using a Bend Sensor

@inproceedings{Li2013DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of a System to Monitor Laryngeal Movement during Swallowing Using a Bend Sensor},
  author={Qiang Li and Kazuhiro Hori and Yoshitomo Minagi and Takahiro Ono and Yong-jin Chen and Jyugo Kondo and Shigehiro Fujiwara and Kenichi Tamine and Hirokazu Hayashi and Makoto Inoue and Yoshinobu Maeda},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND Swallowing dysfunction (also known as dysphagia), which results in a deterioration of nutritional intake, slows rehabilitation and causes aspiration pneumonia, is very common following neurological impairments. Although videofluorographic (VF) examination is widely used for detecting aspiration, an objective and non-invasive method for assessing swallowing function has yet to be established because of a lack of adequate devices and protocols. In this paper, a bend sensor whose… CONTINUE READING

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