Laryngeal Desiccation Challenge and Nebulized Isotonic Saline in Healthy Male Singers and Nonsingers: Effects on Acoustic, Aerodynamic, and Self-Perceived Effort and Dryness Measures.

@article{Tanner2016LaryngealDC,
  title={Laryngeal Desiccation Challenge and Nebulized Isotonic Saline in Healthy Male Singers and Nonsingers: Effects on Acoustic, Aerodynamic, and Self-Perceived Effort and Dryness Measures.},
  author={Kristine Tanner and Robert Brinton Fujiki and Christopher Dromey and Ray M Merrill and Whitney Jane Robb and Katherine A Kendall and John A. Hopkin and Ron W. Channell and M Preeti Sivasankar},
  journal={Journal of voice : official journal of the Voice Foundation},
  year={2016},
  volume={30 6},
  pages={670-676}
}
OBJECTIVES This study examined the effects of a laryngeal desiccation challenge and nebulized isotonic saline on voice production in young, healthy male singers and nonsingers. STUDY DESIGN This is a prospective, double-blind, within-subjects experimental design. METHODS Participants included 10 male university-trained singers and 10 age-matched nonsingers (mean age, 21.8 years; range, 18-26 years) who underwent a 30-minute oral breathing laryngeal desiccation challenge using medical grade… CONTINUE READING
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