Perception of Wet Vocal Quality in Identifying Penetration/Aspiration During Swallowing

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Perception of Wet Vocal Quality in Identifying Penetration/Aspiration During Swallowing

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This program investigates the association between wet vocal quality (WVQ) and prandial material in the larynx during phonation, to determine whether clinicians reliably perceive WVQ under such conditions.

Learning Outcomes
You will be able to:

  • explain what results when material is present in the larynx during phonation
  • discuss the use of vocal tract imaging to improve reliability in the identification of WVQ

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    Continuing Education

    : 0.1 PDHs: 1.0
    : 9/29/2012 to 7/24/2015
    : Intermediate

    Product Information

    Item #(s): WEB7735
    Format(s): Journal (Online)
    Language: English
    Author: Kathy Groves-Wright, MA, CCC-SLP; Suzanne Boyce, PhD, CCC-SLP; Lisa Kelchner, PhD, CCC-SLP

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