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Clinical Feeding Examination With Cervical Auscultation for Detecting Oropharyngeal Aspiration: A Systematic Review of the Evidence (2019)

Frakking, T. T., Chang, A. B., et al. (2019). Clinical Feeding Examination With Cervical Auscultation for Detecting Oropharyngeal Aspiration: A Systematic Review of the Evidence. Clinical Otolaryngology.

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The authors of this study aim to investigate how accurate the use of cervical auscultation is when trying to identify aspiration in the pediatric population. Most research conducted on this topic involves the adult population, in which cervical auscu ...

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Population:

Pediatric

Discipline:

SLP

Diagnosis:

Feeding and Swallowing