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Scott's definition of dysphagia

difficulty in swallowing from the time food/liquids enter the oral cavity to the time it enters the stomach

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odynophagia

pain with swallowing

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phagophobia

fear of swallowing

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xerostomia

dry mouth

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edentulous

lacking dentition

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significant loss of appetite in someone who is not actively trying to lose weight

cachexia

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swallowing excessive amounts of air

aerophagia

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screening vs. evaluation

-screening: IDs signs and symptoms of dysphagia
-evaluation: defines A&P

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screening outcome

whether to proceed to an evaluation or not

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evaluation outcome

includes formal recommendations

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describe 3 oz water test

individuals are required to drink 3 oz of water without interruption

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what is considered a fail for the 3 oz water test

those who stop, cough, choke, or show a wet-hoarse voice quality during the test or for one minute afterward

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signs/symptoms of dysphagia

-leakage of food/secretions
-pocketing
-coughing at meals
-throat clearing
-wet voice quality during meals
-report of food "sticking"
-watery eyes while eating

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complications of dysphagia

-weight loss
-poor nutrition
-chest infections
-pneumonia
-choking
-Heimlich maneuver
-death

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"s" with line above

without

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"p" with line above

after

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HS

bedtime

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PMX

past medical history

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SLPs and continuum of care

-ICU
-CCU
-acute care
-acute rehab
-subacute rehab
-SNF
-intermediate care facility/assisted living
-home health
-outpatient

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Name all the systems (9)

-respiratory
-nervous
-immune
-cardio-vascular
-musculoskeletal
-gastrointestinal
-endocrine
-hematologic
-genitourinary

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tests and procedures for cardiovascular

-EKG
-echocardiogram
-pulse-ox
-coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG)
-carotid endarterectomy

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tests and procedures for neurological

-MRI
-CT scan
-PET scan
-craniotomy
-shunt placement

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tests and procedures for GI

esophagogastroduodenoscopy- camera goes down, looks at esophagus, stomach, and duodenum
-esophagram

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tests and procedures for genitourinary

-dialysis
-urinalysis

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tests and procedures for musculoskeletal

-EMG (electromyography)
-X-rays

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tests and procedures for respiratory

-chest X-ray
-bronchoscopy

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tests and procedures for endocrine

blood work

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universal precautions

treat everyone, including yourself, as having a contractible illness/disease