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The Dysphagia Cookbook

Author : Elayne Achilles
ISBN : 1581823487
Genre : Cooking
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A specialty cookbook filled with nutritious, great tasting recipes for those whose eating options are limited by chewing and swallowing difficulties. All of the recipes focus on enhancing flavor, presentation, texture, aroma, and color. The Dysphagia Cookbook is a specialty cookbook filled with nutritious, great-tasting recipes for those whose eating options are limited by chewing and swallowing difficulties. All of the recipes focus on enhancing flavor, presentation, texture, aroma, and color, for there are many other products that supply nutritious calories or liquids but give little attention to these quality-of-life concerns. Included in The Dysphagia Cookbook: A classification of S, G, or P indicates consistency levels of soft, ground, or puréed. Flexible instructions provide suggestions for adapting recipes to accommodate increasing levels of chewing and swallowing difficulties. There are many recipes with an international flavor that do not use difficult-to-find ingredients. Ready-made products that have been tested for thickness, flavor, ease of chewing, and ease of purchase and preparation are listed. A section on must-have kitchen supplies helps cooks deal with the new ways of preparing food for people with swallowing difficulties. The approach is practical rather than clinical. The ritual of eating gives shape and meaning to our lives. Many meals are consumed in a pleasant atmosphere with the company of loved ones and friends in lively conversation. The Dysphagia Cookbook is an attempt to restore this joy and dignity to those whose pleasure in this area has been limited to one degree or another.
Category: Cooking

Dysphagia Cookbook

Author : Alvin M Perkins
ISBN : 9798666970324
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Dysphagia Cookbook is the foremost specialty cookbook for those limited by chewing and swallowing difficulties, and filled with nutritious, great-tasting recipes that don't ignore flavor, presentation, texture, aroma, and color.

Safe Swallowing With Dysphagia

Author : Sharon Mercer
ISBN : 1511558199
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Safe Swallowing With Dysphagia: A Puree Cookbook For Dysphagia-Related Lifestyles was compiled for people facing dysphagia who need basic easy-to-make puree recipes. Although recipes do not indicate calorie counts or have a nutrition breakdown, they do provide a resource to be able to get into the kitchen and prepare dysphagia-appropriate meals. These are the recipes I prepared for my mother. They helped her. I wrote this puree cookbook as a promise to her and a labor of love, in an effort to help others. In addition to puree recipes, I've included information about pureed foods and beverages for dysphagia, a listing of online resources for dysphagia, a list of support groups and a list of online resources for conditions that can be affected by dysphagia. Also included is information with lists of dysphagia's possible causes, signs, and symptoms. There is an extensive bibliography of sources that I used in the research and writing of this puree cookbook. This book is great! I love how the author uses her own experiences to help families comprehend this very overwhelming condition known as dysphagia. Sharon's personal knowledge helps families to understand the day to day difficulties in providing nourishing home made purée meals. Lisa Klein, M.S., CCC-SLPSanta Monica, California

Oxford Textbook Of Palliative Nursing

Author : Betty Rolling Ferrell
ISBN : 9780190862374
Genre : Medical
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The Oxford Textbook of Palliative Nursing remains the most comprehensive treatise on the art and science of palliative care nursing available. Dr. Betty Rolling Ferrell and Dr. Judith A. Paice have invited 162 nursing experts to contribute 76 chapters addressing the physical, psychological, social, and spiritual needs pertinent to the successful palliative care team. Organized within 7 Sections, this new edition covers the gamut of principles of care: from the time of initial diagnosis of a serious illness to the end of a patient's life and beyond. This fifth edition features several new chapters, including chapters on advance care planning, organ donation, self-care, global palliative care, and the ethos of palliative nursing. Each chapter is rich with tables and figures, case examples for improved learning, and a strong evidence-based practice to support the highest quality of care. The book offers a valuable and practical resource for students and clinicians across all settings of care. The content is relevant for specialty hospice agencies and palliative care programs, as well as generalist knowledge for schools of nursing, oncology, critical care, and pediatric. Developed with the intention of emphasizing the need to extend palliative care beyond the specialty to be integrated in all settings and by all clinicians caring for the seriously ill, this new edition will continue to serve as the cornerstone of palliative care education.
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Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

Author : Richard S. Bedlack, MD
ISBN : 9781936287437
Genre : Medical
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Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: A Patient Care Guide for Clinicians is intended as a practical reference for clinicians caring for ALS patients, and will bring together the collective wisdom of those at the forefront of patient-oriented research and practice. This will be an official project of the ALS Research Group (founded by Dr. Mitsumoto and currently headed by Dr. Bedlack), and provides both an evidence-based and experience-based guide to multidisciplinary ALS care. The book will begin with a brief review of current concepts of ALS including diagnostic criteria, genetic and sporadic subtypes, epidemiology, co-morbidities and prognosis. Individual chapters then tackle the gamut of specific issues that arise in caring for people with ALS, from breaking the news all the way through end-of-life care and bereavement. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: A Patient Care Guide for Clinicians is divided by disciplines, mirroring the way large multi-disciplinary ALS clinics operate and includes pertinent material for each member of the care team. Each section will has one primary author from that discipline (an expert ALSRG member), who will review the specific issues they have seen arise and review the evidence-based options presented for each issue. Each section will also has a group of secondary authors, other experts from the same discipline who offer counterpoints or other ideas about how to handle clinical problems (i.e. use of lipids and statins, screening for driving, etc.)—essentially what has or hasn't worked for them—thus capturing the variety of opinions across experts in the field and providing real-world care information that isn't available or documented anywhere else.
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The Essential Dysphagia Handbook

Author : Claire Langdon
ISBN : 1481008994
Genre : Medical
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The goal of this book is to fill a gap that currently exists between the theoretical learning that takes place in the university setting, and practical management of clients in the workplace. Dysphagia is becoming an increasingly large part of the work done by Speech Language Pathologists but seems to be very confronting for a lot of students and beginning clinicians. We wanted to provide a resource that helps to bridge the gaps between theoretical learning and hands-on practice and provide a resource that unpacks clinical reasoning and helps new clinicians think about how and why recommendations about managing clients with dysphagia are made. Dysphagia management is definitely no cookbook recipe field, and whilst this is part of its attraction, it can also cause sheer terror in new graduates. Let's use an analogy. Each patient is like a unique symphony. At university or college we are taught about one or two instruments in the symphony. In clinical practice it can feel like there is a cacophony of noise that we have to make sense of. We can feel overwhelmed by other sounds and it can feel like they are drowning out the one or two instruments that we have learned. With some help interpreting the other instruments that give that symphony its rich texture, we can start to relax and appreciate the individuality of each piece. We are practising clinicians who are also involved in research. This book reflects an evidence-based approach to management of clients with dysphagia, while providing tips that reflect our extensive experience in managing feeding and swallowing problems in adult and pediatric populations. We hope it will encourage new clinicians to learn to ask the questions that will assist them in individualizing assessment and treatment for their patients. It has been our experience that students learn about different aspects of dysphagia and its management in the university setting, then arrive for clinical practicum with no idea of how the pieces of the puzzle fit together: for example, WHY a facial nerve weakness will mean that the person with dysphagia is likely to struggle to drink without anterior spillage, or the need for strategies to manage drooling. This book uses a series of case studies to help demonstrate how the pieces of the puzzle fit together. Dysphagia requires you, the clinician, to multi-task your anatomy and physiology university knowledge with the individual needs of the person sitting in front of you. This type of task requires the ability to draw on multiple sources. This book is a companion that will show you strategies for how to apply that knowledge and how to listen to the patient's symphony so that you get a feel for the rich texture of dysphagia in practice. This book is different from other dysphagia textbooks in another significant way. We wanted to use visual maps to help you recognize the many facets you need to consider when working with a person with swallowing difficulties. This strategy uses metacognition to help you become lifelong learners. Many of us have a preference for visual learning and we aim to tap into this preference. We also wanted to make this a user-friendly book, so we've coded the different sections using symbols to help guide you to the bits you need quickly. In short, we wanted to write the book that WE wished we had when we started our journey learning about dysphagia! We hope that this will be a book that you reach for as a student and beginning clinician when you need information about managing a population. If this is a book that falls apart from constant use, we will have achieved what we set out to do.
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Author : Michael E. Groher
ISBN : UOM:39015040739230
Genre : Medical
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Numerous health care specialists are involved in the management of swallowing disorders, including speech pathologists, occupational therapists, nurses, dietitians, gastroenterologists, neurologists, otolaryngologists, and radiologists. This unique and important book, now in its third edition, approaches management of the patient with a swallowing impairment from each of these perspectives, giving the reader a solid understanding of how each contributes to the total care of the patient. * All chapters completely updated with new chapters on neurologic disorders * Maintains the acclaimed multidisciplinary approach of the previous editions * Authors are all renowned in their respective fields
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Easy To Swallow Easy To Chew Cookbook

Author : Paula Sullivan
ISBN : 9780544186248
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 49.63 MB
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Delicious and nourishing recipes that are easy to eat and swallow The simple act of eating is a challenge for millions of people whose ability to chew and swallow has been compromised by the debilitating effects of age or disease. The Easy-to-Swallow, Easy-to-Chew Cookbook presents a collection of more than 150 nutritious recipes that make eating enjoyable and satisfying for anyone who has difficulty chewing or swallowing. It also shares helpful tips and techniques to make eating easier for the elderly and those with such diseases as Parkinson's, AIDS, or head and neck cancers.
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Endoscopic Evaluation And Treatment Of Swallowing Disorders

Author : Susan E. Langmore
ISBN : IND:30000109348304
Genre : Deglutition disorders
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Since 1990, when Dr Langmore pioneered endoscopic technique for evaluating pharyngeal swallowing function, the use of FEES (flexible endoscopy) has grown exponentially. This book comprehensively covers the role of endoscopy in the assessment and treatment of oropharyngeal dysphagia.
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ISBN : UCLA:L0072052343
Genre : Deafness
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Innovations In Professional Education For Speech And Language Therapy

Author : Shelagh Brumfitt
ISBN : UVA:X004773320
Genre : Education
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The methods by which a student becomes a speech and language therapist have developed since the 1970s and have been influenced by different models of higher and professional education. Although it is comparatively easy to change an aspect of course content, for example to increase the number of learning hours on autism, the means by which the student learns to become a competent professional in practice are more complex. This text discusses some of the exciting ways we are examining issues in professional education. It covers actual content (for example the introduction of dysphagia to the curriculum), new methods for learning (problem-based learning and information technology developments), how speech and language therapists develop competence and what is critical in the transition to becoming a qualified therapist. The longtstanding placement problem is addressed by innovative work using different professional learning models, such as peer placements and school-based placements. The reader is provided with detailed practical advice about how to approach these models. The book represents some of the current work in universities and speech and language services in the UK and reveals the creativity and commitment to an expanding subject area.
Category: Education