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The Use of Cough Peak Flow in the Assessment of Respiratory Function in Clinical Practice – A Narrative Literature Review (2022)

Brennan, M., McDonnell, M. J., Duignan, N., Gargoum, F., & Rutherford, R. M. (2022). The use of cough peak flow in the assessment of respiratory function in clinical practice-a narrative literature review. Respiratory Medicine, 106740.

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This literature review dives into various studies that evaluate and compare the relationship between respiratory function and dysphagia. Typically, cough peak flow (CPF) is only used for people with neuromuscular disorders. An SLP could gain useful c ...

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