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Title Dysphagia evaluation and treatment : from the perspective of rehabilitation medicine / Eiichi Saitoh [and others], editors.

Published Singapore : Springer, ©2018.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource (207 pages)
Series Springer Medicine eBooks 2018 English+International
Contents Foreword; Overview; Acknowledgments; Contents; About the Editors; About the Authors; Abbreviations; Part I: Overview and Physiology; Chapter 1: Overview of Structures and Essential Terms; 1.1 Terminology of Dysphagia; 1.2 Overview of Structures; 1.2.1 Anatomical Structures [1#x80;#x93;3]; 1.2.2 Neural Control of Swallowing [1, 4]; Appendix; Additional Terminology of Dysphagia; Swallowing Muscles Contributing to the Pharyngeal Stage; Neural Control of Swallowing; References; Chapter 2: Evolution and Development of Human Swallowing; 2.1 Development of Swallowing in Humans; References.
Chapter 3: Physiological Models of Swallowing3.1 Four-Stage Model; 3.1.1 Oral Preparatory Stage; 3.1.2 Oral Propulsive Stage; 3.1.3 Pharyngeal Stage; 3.1.4 Esophageal Stage [1, 5, 12]; 3.2 Process Model; 3.2.1 Oral Stage; 3.2.2 Stage I Transport; 3.2.3 Food Processing; 3.2.4 Stage II Transport; 3.3 Two-Stage Model; 3.4 Coordination of Deglutition and Respiration; References; Part II: Clinical Approaches; Chapter 4: Dysphagia from the Viewpoint of Rehabilitation Medicine; 4.1 Dysphagia Team Development in Japan; References; Chapter 5: Clinical Evaluation of Dysphagia.
5.1 Dysphagia Screening5.1.1 Repetitive Saliva Swallowing Test; 5.1.2 Modified Water Swallowing Test; 5.1.3 Food Test; 5.1.4 30-mL Water Swallowing Test; Drinking Episodes; Diagnosis; 5.2 Clinical Swallowing Assessment; 5.2.1 Medical History; 5.2.2 Physical Examination; General Assessments; Assessment of Oromotor Control and Vocal Function; 5.3 Instrumental Swallowing Assessment; 5.3.1 Swallowing Examination by Videofluorography (VF); Swallowing Study by VF: Anatomical Overview; Three Mandatory Evaluation Points During VF.
Position of the Bolus Head at Swallow InitiationAspiration and Penetration; Pharyngeal residue; Other Abnormalities Identified by VF study; Analyses, Interpretation, and Reporting; Equipment; Oral Contrast Media for VF study; Performance of VF study; Radiation Safety; 5.3.2 Swallowing Examination by Videoendoscopy (VE); First View: Nasopharynx; Second View: Oropharynx; Third View: Hypopharynx or Laryngopharynx (Posterior to the Epiglottis); VE Procedure at FHUR.
Evaluation Before the Use of Bolus MaterialsEvaluation with the Use of Bolus Materials; Equipment; Performance of VE study; Examination Safety; 5.3.3 Systematic Evaluation in an Acute-Care Hospital (FHUR): Swallowing Ward Rounds with VE; 5.4 New Perspectives in Swallowing Assessment; 5.4.1 Swallowing Computed Tomography; Equipment and Performance; Analysis and Clinical Utility; Examination Safety; 5.4.2 High-Resolution Manometry; Equipment and Analysis; HRM Combined with VF or Swallowing CT.
Notes 5.4.3 Tongue Pressure Measurement.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary This book presents a comprehensive approach to treating dysphagia that has been successfully applied in actual rehabilitation settings. Its main purposes are firstly to equip readers with a strong conceptual understanding of swallowing evaluation and treatment, secondly to provide guidance on the procedure of practical comprehensive dysphagia rehabilitation in real-world settings, and thirdly to update readers on the latest diagnostic and treatment technologies. To do so, it employs the concept of swallowing rehabilitation pioneered at Fujita Health University Rehabilitation. The book is divided into 4 major sections, the first of which introduces readers to the general aspects and the principle of deglutition. In turn, Part II offers clinical approaches to both non-instrumental and instrumental evaluation of swallowing. Part III addresses treatment options in swallowing rehabilitation, especially exercises based on motor learning. Lastly, Part IV highlights three clinical cases demonstrating clinical approaches in dysphagic patients. Readers will find this text useful both as an initial guide and a reference work for assisting clinicians, allowing them to further expand swallowing assessment and treatment, and facilitating the development of swallowing rehabilitation in real-world settings in education and rehabilitation.
Other author Saitoh, Eiichi.
Pongpipatpaiboon, Kannit.
Inamoto, Yoko.
Kagaya, Hitoshi.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Deglutition disorders -- Diagnosis.
Deglutition disorders -- Treatment.
Electronic book.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9789811050329 (electronic bk.)
9811050325 (electronic bk.)
Standard Number 10.1007/978-981-10-5032-9