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Le patient dysphagique à domicile : parcours de soins, interventions thérapeutiques, coordination des prises en charge

Abstract : Dysphagia's frequency in adults has long been underestimated although its screening and its comprehensive treatment are necessary to contain vital risk and to guarantee the patients' good quality of life. This study aims at checking whether ambulatory patients with dysphagia are correctly oriented in the health system and whether the management of their affection is really multidisciplinary and well-coordinated. To this end, a survey was conducted on 105 outpatients and their therapists. The study highlights a lack of appropriate orientation in the health system and an almost systematic absence of multidisciplinary treatment and coordination. Hence, several solutions are suggested to improve the treatment of dysphagia with a focus on the role of the speech pathologist as coordinator of delegated medical functions as well as on the design and implementation of a liaison diary to facilitate the circulation of information among therapists.
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Bénédicte Pastré, Lisa Verpeaux. Le patient dysphagique à domicile : parcours de soins, interventions thérapeutiques, coordination des prises en charge. Sciences cognitives. 2014. ⟨dumas-01081627⟩

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