Neurogenic dysphagia. Frequency, progression, and outcome in adults following head injury.

@article{Winstein1983NeurogenicDF,
  title={Neurogenic dysphagia. Frequency, progression, and outcome in adults following head injury.},
  author={Carolee J. Winstein},
  journal={Physical therapy},
  year={1983},
  volume={63 12},
  pages={
          1992-7
        }
}
A retrospective chart review was conducted to determine the frequency, progression, and outcome of neurogenic dysphagia in head-injured adults admitted to a rehabilitation facility. Approximately 25 percent of the sample demonstrated swallowing or oral motor problems on admission. Ninety-four percent of this group ultimately became successful oral feeders. The majority of these patients participated in a feeding program planned and implemented by the physical therapist. The average time from… CONTINUE READING

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