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    • ...-computer interaction (HCI) for swallowing training in dysphagia rehabilitation.... ...wearable, high-fidelity recording of swallowing electromyograms on the chin.... ...soft electronics for HCI-enabled swallowing training, which includes the... ...system to detect swallowing behavior. The...
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    • ...clearance and that of boluses swallowed, and the relationship to... ...documented by abnormal post-reflux swallow-induced peristaltic wave index associated... ...EGJOOa, and impaired clearance of swallowed bolus or refluxed contents,...
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    • ...were evaluated with a videofluoroscopic swallowing study (VFSS). Rosenbek’... ...score of 1 indicating that swallowed material did not enter the... ...with TCSCI. Therefore, the swallowing function of patients with acute...
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    • ...exactly the required five weak swallows to make the diagnosis.... Others show consistently ineffective swallows with total absence of any... normal swallow. “We hypothesize” there... ...in ≥50% of test swallows. Abnormal reflux study was... ..., DCI for liquid swallows was significantly lower...
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    • ...compared the coordination of sucking, swallowing, and breathing and its... ...Avent). Infants' sucking, swallowing, breathing, and oxygenation were... ...compared. During breast-feeding, swallowing occurred nonrandomly between breaths and... ...same distribution of swallowing occurred in...
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    • Swallowing disorders (dysphagia) have been... ...and ageing of the population, swallowing disorders and their role in...
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    • ...that nCPAP could disrupt sucking-swallowing-breathing coordination and induce tracheal... ...on the physiology of sucking-swallowing-breathing coordination during bottle-feeding... ...were instrumented to record sucking, swallowing, respiration, ECG and oxygenation...
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    • ...by nCPAP will alter the swallowing mechanism in neonates, increasing... ...Each participant underwent a videofluoroscopic swallow study while on nCPAP and...
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    • ...concurrent manometry and videofluoroscopy while swallowing 5 ml liquid barium,... ...As many as four successive swallows were performed until clearance was... ...was 100% with the first swallow. Clearance of the unchewed... ...ball occurred with the first swallow in only 6.7%... ...swallows,...
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    • OBJECTIVES: Glottal relationships during swallowing dominate the etiology of dysphagia... ...relationships during basal and adaptive swallowing. METHODS: Temporal changes in... ...with spontaneous and adaptive pharyngeal swallows were defined in 12 infants... ...with spontaneous swallows (n=53...
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    • ...only be achieved provided sucking, swallowing and breathing are properly coordinated... ...efficiently and that it can swallow rapidly as the boluses are...
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    • ...viscous, and 2 upright solid swallows. All patients evaluated their... ...esophageal symptom for each upright swallow. Symptoms were graded on... ...liquid, viscous or solid upright swallow with the maximal symptom score... ...symptoms during the upright liquid swallows and 72 patients had a...
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    • Deglutition, or swallowing, refers to the process... ...the highly coordinated interplay of swallowing and breathing. At 34... ...according to the phase of swallowing in which they occur,...
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    • ...of many trophic factors by swallowing AF. But preterm birth... interrupts AF swallowing, which deprives the intestine...
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    • ...motility (IEM) and ineffective swallow (IES) in esophageal pressure... ...traditionally determined IES and failed swallows. An external validation sample... .... RESULTS: In terms of swallow subtypes, IES in CLT... ...is a mixture of failed swallows and weak swallows with breaks in the middle...
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    • Outcome measures were rapid swallowing and disruptions. Rapid swallowing was defined as swallowing the entire bolus within 30... ...was 0.87 for rapid swallowing (range: 0.78–1...
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    • ...state, cardiorespiratory function, and swallowing. Infusions of 0.9%... ...2 and ≥5 s), swallowing, and arousal was examined.... ...response to pharyngeal infusion was swallowing. In AS, swallowing occurred after 65 and 73... ...preterm infants, respectively. Swallowing was volume-related and...
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    • ...and ≥70% of viscous swallows showed normal transit. RESULTS:... ...normal liquid and viscous transit. Swallows showing normal transit had significantly...
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    • ...10 liquid and 10 viscous swallows. Manometric findings were reported... ...Spechler and Castell for liquid swallows. MII findings were reported... ...(7/10) of viscous swallows had complete bolus transit....
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    • ...presence of ≥30% liquid swallows with contraction amplitude <30... mmHg (ineffective swallows) in the distal esophagus... ...definition: ≥50% ineffective liquid swallows (“new” IEM).... ...the number of ineffective liquid swallows and symptoms and bolus transit... ...viscous swallows. MATERIALS...