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Nancy Yezzi

Becky thank you for this wonderful article it is very extensive. It points out the difficult side effects of dysphasia and all the trickle down consequences. I see this in my business a lot - the refusal of liquids and food is critical to healing health and hydration. Enhanced patient intake, hydration, and nutritional support and aspiration prevention is what we all are after as a desired outcome.

Thank you
Nancy Yezzi RD, LD

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