Is there a difference in sound acoustics between aspirating versus non-aspirating swallows in children with dysphagia?
Frakking, Thuy, Weir, Kelly A., O'Grady, Kerry-Ann F., & Chang, Anne B. (2014) Is there a difference in sound acoustics between aspirating versus non-aspirating swallows in children with dysphagia? In Dysphagia Research Society Annual Meeting, 5-8 March 2014, The Loews Vanderbilt Hotel Nashville, Tennessee.
Cervical auscultation (CA) may be used to complement the clinical feeding examination when assessing for oropharyngeal aspiration (OPA). Data exists on the acoustic properties of normal and abnormal swallowing sounds in adults and children. However, there are no published paediatric studies comparing the acoustic properties of sounds comparing OPA with non-OPA swallows. We aimed to determine if there is an acoustic difference between modified barium swallow (MBS)-identified OPA and non-OPA swallow sounds in children.
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