Hydration and hydration management in acute stroke patients this literature review looks at one of the issues encountered globally in the treatment of acute stroke patients - optimum hydration it takes a particular look at the nursing awareness, measurement, assessment, methods of intervention and the legal issues associated with hydration. A review of normal and disordered swallowing and a description of types of swallowing disorders are presented elsewhere, as are reviews of speech and swallowing rehabilitation for patients treated for head and neck cancer, aspiration pneumonia in adults, and aspiration due to swallowing dysfunction in children. This critical review examines whether post-stroke patients on modified dysphagia diets of thickened fluids are at an increased risk of suffering from dehydration study designs include a repeated measure, crossover design, a randomized.
Dysphagia has been associated with consequences, such as increased length of stay, malnutrition, dehydration and even death  reports of pneumonia in stroke. Abstract dysphagia (feeding and swallowing disorder) is associated with serious health complications and psychosocial sequelae this review summarizes international research relating to the prevalence of dysphagia in people with intellectual disability. Dysphagia is an extremely common disorder after stroke, affecting as many as half of acute stroke sufferers it is associated with respiratory complications, increased risk of aspiration pneumonia.
Rationale and literature review only to paediatric dysphagia but provides information on south africa, the context in which this occurrence of. The differential diagnosis and evaluation of dysphagia in children are reviewed here report of a case and review of the literature eur j pediatr surg 1998 8. In this article, we review the most important age-related risk factors for dehydration because they may help to identify older adults most at risk for dehydration.
Relationship between dysphagia and exacerbations in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: a literature review eduardo steidl , 1 carla simone ribeiro , 2 bruna franciele gonçalves , 1 natália fernandes , 3 vívian antunes , 2 and renata mancopes 3. Prevention of dehydration in geriatric patients in long-term care: guidelines review int j nurs pract 2003 jun9(3):s19-s28 dehydration and dysphagia. Review on the latest established evidence on measures to prevent aspiration pneumonia in patients with dysphagia we found that many studies involved only small numbers of patients and lacked the methodological. Citation d lawoyin, e reid, f sam, t obayomi, a bonnick plummer vinson syndrome: a case report and literature reviewthe internet journal of dental science 2006 volume 5 number 2.
Driven evidence-based nursing to diagnostic accuracy of water swallow test for stroke patients with dysphagia literature review. The term dysphagia, a greek word that means disordered eating, typically refers to difficulty in eating as a result of disruption in the swallowing process dysphagia can be a serious health threat because of the risk of aspiration pneumonia, malnutrition, dehydration, weight loss, and airway obstruction, and it exerts a large influence on th. Dysphagia can impact on both an individual's health dehydration, weight loss (morris, 2006), increased mortality a literature review of swallow screening. The literature hasn't consistently identified a hallmark dysphagia screening tool for nurses unfortunately, ineffective dysphagia assessment and management may lead to poor patient outcomes, such as aspiration pneumonia, malnutrition, dehydration, reduced quality of life, and even death.
Learn how uptodate can help you literature review current through: jan 2018 carl lc, johnson pr drugs and dysphagia: how medications can affect eating and. This critical review examines the effects of free-fluid protocols on individuals with thin- liquid dysphagia a literature search was completed resulting in two studies, four abstracts. Recognising and preventing dehydration among patients a review of the literature on dehydration in the use of fluid thickener to reduce dysphagia risk.