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2111 - The Basics of Feeding A Workshop in Pediatric...

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The Basics of Feeding: A Workshop in Pediatric Dysphagia Part III Stacy Antoniadis, MA, MPH, CCC/SLP Lisa McCarty, MS, CCC/SLP Julie McCollum Daly,BS, OTR/L Cindy Straub, BS
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Medical Problems Associated With Feeding - By Symptoms Fatigue Food refusal Apnea during feeding Difficult transitions Spillage and drooling Head tilting Poor weight gain
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Symptom with Etiologies: Fatigue Cardiac BPD Chronic diseases leukemia cystic fibrosis Neuromuscular disease muscle weakness, cerebral palsy spinal cord injury, spina bifida
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Symptom with Etiologies: Food Refusal Chronic Gastro-Esophageal (GE) Reflux Allergies milk and food intolerances Hypersensitivity Pain
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Symptom with Etiologies: Food Refusal Acute Oral lesions Otitis media Pharyngitis Medications
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Symptom with Etiologies: Apnea During Feeding Prematurity Aspiration/penetration Cardiac/respiratory insufficiency
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Symptom with Etiologies: Difficult Transitions Developmental delay Hypersensitivity/sensory integration disorder Autism Dysphagia
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Symptom with Etiologies: Spillage and Drooling Hypotonia Hypertonia Oral motor apraxia Cleft lip/palate Micrognathia Developmental delay Abnormal swallow
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