This treatment-oriented guide provides a hands-on approach to the diagnosis and management of swallowing disorders.
Author: Michael A. Crary
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann Medical
This treatment-oriented guide provides a hands-on approach to the diagnosis and management of swallowing disorders. The material focuses on developing skills that lead to basic clinical decisions regarding dysphagic patients. Written for students and practitioners who are new to the field, the text begins with the anatomy and physiology of swallowing and goes on to cover the range of swallowing disorders, the clinical and laboratory examination, and treatment strategies. The authors have national reputations as leaders in this area and readers are sure to benefit from their expert clinical tips provided in the manual. Provides essential coverage of the range of swallowing disorders, the clinical and laboratory examination, and treatment strategies. Includes expert clinical tips from the authors who are nationally recognized as leaders in the field. Offers a hands-on, treatment-oriented approach to the diagnosis and management of swallowing disorders. Pedagogical features include Take Home Notes, Case Studies, Chapter Terms, and Chapter Review Questions. Chapters are easily treated as separate lecture topics, making this text ideal for classroom use. One-of-a-kind, entry-level text provides balanced coverage of the full spectrum of knowledge needed to prepare one entering the field of dysphagia management.
Instructional video allows you to see and study the clinical aspects of dysphasia management.
Author: Michael E. Groher
Category: Deglutition disorders
Instructional video allows you to see and study the clinical aspects of dysphasia management. It includes endoscopic and fluoroscopic examples of normal swallowing and swallowing disorders and emphasizes various types of disorders and demonstraights a variety of treatments techniques viewed with both instrumental procedures.
priate education of the individual with I / DD who has an eating and swallowing
disorder along with family members and / or caregivers are essential for nurses
and health care ... Identification and nursing management of dysphagia in adults
with neurological impairment . ... Introduction to adult swallowing disorders .
Author: Wendy M. Nehring
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
Core Curriculum for Specializing in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities is the first ever interdisciplinary text on health issues concerning persons, of all ages, with intellectual and developmental disabilities designed for the classroom. The book is in outline format for easy use in developing lectures, presentations, and handouts on important health issues affecting this population. The core curriculum can be used in its entirety or chapter by chapter as needed.
The text meets the needs of students, scientists, and practitioners who are involved daily with the complex issues of dysphagia. It is divided into seven main parts: Part I. IntroductionPart II. Anatomy and Physiology of SwallowingPart III.
Author: Ricardo L. Carrau
Publisher: Plural Publishing
Comprehensive Management of Swallowing Disorders, Second Edition has been revised with new authors and expanded information on the clinical evaluations made by dysphagia specialists and with state-of-the-art medical, behavioral, and surgical treatment options. The editors have selected specialists in every swallowing-related discipline to bring this edition to a true "state-of-the-art" comprehensive text on dysphagia. The text meets the needs of students, scientists, and practitioners who are involved daily with the complex issues of dysphagia. It is divided into seven main parts: Part I. IntroductionPart II. Anatomy and Physiology of SwallowingPart III. Evaluation: A. Clinical EvaluationPart III. Evaluation: B. Functional TestsPart IV. Pathophysiology of Swallowing DisordersPart V. Nonsurgical Treatment of Swallowing DisordersPart VI. Surgical Treatment of Swallowing DisordersPart VII. Swallowing Disorders: Prevalence and Management in Special Populations Each section has been carefully edited with up-to-date references and provides the reader with a host of new material related to diagnosis, testing, and management of swallowing disorders. The authors represent the current core of those involved in multidisciplinary swallowing centers, and each focuses on his or her area of specialization. They bring their own perspective on the issues and challenges they face in managing swallowing disorders, knowing that other specialists are equally involved. This single volume is intended for practicing clinicians, students, and research scientists and represents up-to-date information in each area of specialization. Special Features: Details extensive discussions of normal swallow in pediatric and adult populationsProvides concise outlines of specific clinical examinations by seven clinical specialists: Otolaryngology, Speech Pathology, Rehabilitation Medicine, Neurology, Gastroenterology, Pediatrics, and NutritionDescribes a variety of treatments offered by many different specialties, including prosthodontists, speech-language pathologists, infectious disease specialists, and pediatriciansBrings issues of diet and nutrition up to date within the international dysphagia diet guidelinesFeatures a multidisciplinary team approach blended throughout the text that reflects the needs of the patients with swallowing disorders
Clinical management of dysphagia in adults and children . ... Services for
aphasia , other acquired adult neurogenic communication and swallowing
disorders in the United Kingdom , 2000. ... Introduction to adults swallowing disorders .
Author: Paul T. Fogle
Publisher: Delmar Pub
Full-color textbook introducing concepts in communication sciences and disorders. Written in accessible, engaging and caring language, it is rooted in the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association's "Big Nine" knowledge and skill areas. Units provide cohesive "big picture" introductions and conclusions, while individual chapters focus on key information in smaller, more detailed packages. Going beyond expectations for an introductory text, it explores the emotional and social effects of disorders to help readers truly understand the profession.
Unit. B: Writing. Goals. in. Speech-Language. Pathology,. Aural. Rehabilitation.
and. Habilitation,. and. Special. Education. 25. 3. Language Disorders in
Children . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Introduction: What Is Language
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
Geared for undergraduate and graduate students, Goal Writing for the Speech-Language Pathologist and Special Educator details different types of goals, essential elements of goals, how to establish goals from information garnered from evaluations, and how to write continuing goals for the field of Speech-Language Pathology and Communication Sciences. It is written for students in a Clinical Methods/Clinical Practicum course who are about to being their clinical experience in SLP. Real-world exercises are provided throughout in order to provide realistic examples of what students may encounter in speech and hearing clinics, hospitals, and schools. Goal writing is practiced by SLPs on a daily basis, and understanding how to turn diagnostic information into therapy is a difficult, yet crucial, task. This important subject is not covered in depth in other clinical methods titles yet is a skill all students and clinicians must master.
New to the Fifth Edition *New chapter on the aging population *The Anatomy and Physiology chapter has been thoroughly updated and 15 beautiful, new full color illustrations have been added *More images and enhanced figures, including ...
Author: Thomas Murry
Publisher: Plural Publishing
Clinical Management of Swallowing Disorders, Fifth Edition is a textbook for speech-language pathology programs that examines the diagnosis and treatment of swallowing disorders in children and adults. Thoroughly updated, this popular text emphasizes evidence-based practice, multidisciplinary team management, swallowing safety, nutrition, behavioral treatments, and management following surgical options. Authored by two speech-language pathologists and an otolaryngologist for a multidisciplinary approach, the Fifth Edition continues to be easy-to-understand text for students and also serves as an up-to-date reference for practicing clinicians who treat swallowing disorders in hospitals, rehabilitation centers, nursing homes, and private outpatient clinics. New to the Fifth Edition *New chapter on the aging population *The Anatomy and Physiology chapter has been thoroughly updated and 15 beautiful, new full color illustrations have been added *More images and enhanced figures, including additional FEES and fluoroscopy video studies of swallowing disorders in head and neck cancer and stroke patients *Many new references, easy-to-read tables, and “treatment hints” *Information on pediatric feeding and swallowing has been updated and expanded *Evidence-based practice methods have been updated *Content has been edited to be more concise, applicable, and reader friendly The text features numerous pedagogical aids to reinforce student understanding *Case study inserts in many chapters and 9 extended case studies in the final chapter *32 videos *Discussion questions and answers for each chapter *Bolded and boxed key terms throughout with an end-of-book glossary *Clinical tips, clinician’s roles, areas of emphasis, and key learning points highlighted in boxes throughout the chapters *8 appendices featuring helpful tests and tools for clinicians *NEW full clinical swallowing examination record form included in appendix Disclaimer: Please note that ancillary content (such as documents, audio, and video, etc.) may not be included as published in the original print version of this book.
Experimental Aging Research, 27, 19–39. Brookshire, R. (2007). Introduction to
neurogenic communication disorders (7th ed.). St. Louis, MO: Mosby-Elsevier.
Burda, A. (2011). Communication and swallowing changes in healthy aging adults.
Author: M. Hunter Manasco
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
Introduction to Neurogenic Communication Disorders, Third Edition introduces students to common adult communication disorders and associated neuroanatomy and neurophysiology in an accessible, practical, and clinical context. This Third Edition emphasizes student understanding of major health trends and continues to provide students with necessary foundational knowledge while highlighting the human element of communication disorders. Illustrative patient profiles provided in online videos demonstrate actual case examples of symptoms, deficits, and pathological behaviors, reinforcing key concepts presented within the textbook.
Author: Maria Provencio-ArambulaPublish On: 2006-11
Introduction. to. Dysphagia. Treatment. Resources. and. Protocols. Treatment
protocols are common in medicine, where such protocols are more prescriptive.
Treatment plans in speech-language pathology and swallowing disorders need
Author: Elizabeth Schoen SimmonsPublish On: 2020-09
"With a new co-editor and several new contributors, this bestselling core textbook on communication disorders is better than ever in its fourth edition, thoroughly revised and based on updated ASHA standards"--
Author: Elizabeth Schoen Simmons
Publisher: Brookes Publishing Company
With a new co-editor and several new contributors, this bestselling core textbook on communication disorders is better than ever in its fourth edition, thoroughly revised and based on updated ASHA standards.
Retraining Swallowing After Brain Injury Barbara E . Aliza INTRODUCTION
Difficulty in swallowing , or dysphagia , in the brain injured patient has long been
recognized as a significant clinical problem . Dysphagia is frequently associated
disorders . You also need knowledge of the information introduced in this book .
Here you will learn about the kinds of behaviors ... Audiologists screen newborns
for hearing loss ; SLPs work with premature infants to develop feeding , swallowing , and early parent - child communication skills . ... Adults with various
developmental disabilities continue to require the services of communication
Author: Rhea Paul
Publisher: Brookes Pub
Ideal for students in clinical methods courses or professionals seeking a reliable reference handbook, this bestselling text will prepare pre? and in?service practitioners to provide the best possible services for people with communication disorders. Cove
Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica Betsy Partin Vinson Language Disorders
across the Lifespan : An Introduction ... of the field : this book – a state of the art –
is an encyclopedic reference on all aspects of dysphagia in children and adults .
A Butterworth - Heinemann title Turron Adult Swallowing Disorders Introduction to Adult Swallowing Disorders Michael A. Crary , PhD ; and Michael E. Groher ,
PhD Develop the skills to diagnose and manage conditions in your dysphagic ...
Author: Mary Jo Cook Santo Pietro
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann Medical
This completely updated edition is a unique resource designed to teach caregivers how to help persons with Alzheimer's disease communicate despite dementia and deterioration of their memory, understanding, speech, language, and social skills. A series of in-service units focuses on specific aspects of communication in long-term care settings. By following the recommendations in the units, caregivers and family members will be prepared to support patients' communication efforts, improve their own communication skills, and understand how to avoid breakdowns in communication. A series of "how-to" in-service programs make this resource extremely practical and easy to use. Real-life examples, case studies, and scripts from actual encounters with patients help readers see how to apply concepts to the patient care setting. Self-study questionnaires, checklists, and quizzes reinforce the material. Useful, full-page charts highlight key information and are ideal as overheads in training sessions. Suggestions for group interaction, role playing, and patient activities provide strategies for effective communication. A new chapter addresses issues related to communicating with persons in the last stages of Alzheimer's disease. Two additional appendices (a Model Case Study and Sample Scripts) provide examples of how the concepts apply in real-life situations. Learning Objectives have been added to the beginning of each chapter, along with the Standard Outline, Premise, and Definitions features, to set a clear course for the teacher and student. The overheads in Appendix II have been reformatted for ready-use by instructors.
SLPs who treat patients with swallowing problems are generally part of a team
consisting of a physician , nurse , nutritionist , radiologist ... LIFESPAN
PERSPECTIVES Feeding and swallowing problems exist in both children and adults .
Author: Robert E. Owens
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
Written in an appealing and highly readable manner, "Introduction to Communication Disorders: A Lifespan Perspective" has provided a multitude of students with a comprehensive introduction to the fields of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. The Third Edition of this best-selling text catalogs and discusses each disorder with an emphasis on how the disorder impacts the individual. It serves as a foundation by providing many viewpoints for the introductory student, offering personal stories from people with communication disorders and examining the field from a lifespan perspective. In addition, the text discusses the best models of good practice and approaches for assessment and intervention based on the authors' own clinical experiences. More than merely a catalog, "Introduction to Communication Disorders, Third Edition," brings students into the daily lives of individuals who live with a disorder. Highlights of the Third Edition: Case studies introduce many chapters and help students more readily understand individuals with the accompanying disorder. New chapter targets literacy impairments with sections on reading, writing and related skill areas. Completely redesigned, the third edition has a new organization, expanded format and new pedagogical features that make the text easy to navigate and a pleasure to read. Content has been reorganized to reflect the needs of students in introductory courses. Information in the anatomy and physiology chapter has been modified and sections on physical development have been moved to the appropriate chapters, improving the flow of information. Information formerly found in the communication development chapter has been divided and placed in the relevant disorder chapters, improving the flow of information. TECHNOLOGY ADVANTAGE-A new Companion Website referenced throughout the text incorporates lessons and comes complete with dynamic instructor supplements including a Computerized Test Bank, and Blackboard (teacher's lecture notes), and CourseCompass. Visit Allyn & Bacon's Communication Sciences and Disorders SuperSite at www.ablongman.com/commdisorders. This site offers hyperlinks to dozens of related web sites, provides a glossary of terms, and offers study questions for each of the important topics in the field of Communication Disorders. No password required! Companion Web Site: www.ablongman.com/owens3e. The Companion Web Site acts as an extension of the text, offering for each chapter guided study questions and links to useful websites on the Internet.
Crary MA, Groher ME: Introduction to Adult Swallowing Disorders. Butterworth/
Heinemann, 2003. Johnson AF, Jacobson BH: Medical Speech–Language
Pathology: A Practitioner's Guide, 2nd ed. Thieme, 2006. Jones GW, Feldmann
Author: Ian Maitin
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Maximize your patients' independence, quality of life, mobility, and functional improvement with this evidence-based guide to physical medicine and rehabilitation LANGE Valuable to practicing physicians, residents, medical students, as well as recertifying psychiatrists Includes timely chapters on sports, trauma, cardiac, and spinal rehabilitation Covers therapeutic exercise and treatment modalities for pain and dysfunction Presents a practical approach to the physical medicine and rehabilitation patient, including common pathologies and complications Focuses on the clinical aspects of physical medicine and rehabilitation with an emphasis on evidence-based medicine Lays down a foundation of anatomy, kinesiology, and biomechanics before progressing to therapeutic exercise and modalities Reviews diagnostic and therapeutic procedures performed by physicians such as electrodiagnostics, musculoskeletal ultrasound, and spine and joint injections Concludes with a comprehensive review of major primary care issues
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For this reason , I have elected to put together this manual to provide a simple introduction to the subject of adult dysphagia . I have attempted to answer those
questions which have been asked of me in the course of training others and also
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