dysphagia

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Name: dysphagia
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Robotic Thoracic Esophageal Diverticulectomy

The management of midthoracic and epiphrenic esoph- ageal diverticula over the past 50 years has evolved continuously. Because these diverticula are uncommon and the majority of these patients remain asymptomatic, comparative trials are difficult to perform. ... [Published 4 Traders - 1 hour ago]
First reported 17 hours ago - Updated 17 hours ago - 1 reports

Nursing home resident chokes on meatball, dies

A Danbury nursing home has been fined $1,040 by the state in connection with the death of a resident who choked on a meatball.The state Department of Public Health imposed the fine against the Danbury Health Care Center on March 12 after the January choking ... [Published Greenwich Time - 17 hours ago]
First reported 21 hours ago - Updated 21 hours ago - 1 reports

New speech-language pathologist joins SPH staff

South Peninsula Hospital Rehab Department welcomes speech-language pathologist Jessica Powell, MS, CCC-SLP. Powell is available for appointments to evaluate, diagnose and individually treat speech, language, cognitive-communication and swallowing disorders ... [Published Homer News - 21 hours ago]
First reported Apr 23 2014 - Updated Apr 23 2014 - 1 reports

Scientists develop 3D jellifed 'smoothfood' that looks just like our everyday meals

The roast dinner you DON'T need to chew: Scientists develop 3D 'smoothfood' to provide nutritious meals for the elderlyA German company called Biozoon has developed 3D-printed gel foodKnown as 'Smoothfood', the 'Performance' project was funded by the ... [Published Mail Online UK - Apr 23 2014]
First reported Apr 22 2014 - Updated Apr 22 2014 - 1 reports

Neuralstem's Cell Therapy Is Working, And This Is Just The Beginning

By Jason Napodano :Back in February 2014, we wrote an article for Seeking-Alpha reviewing the recently published Phase 1 data on Neuralstem's ( CUR ) NSI-566 for the treatment of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis ("ALS"). This article is now exclusive to ... [Published BioPortfolio - Apr 22 2014]
First reported Apr 22 2014 - Updated Apr 22 2014 - 1 reports

3D printing method makes meals safer for the elderly

Technology developed to print soft foods “that look, feel and taste like their more solid versions”.Care2 reported that Germany-based food innovation firm Biozoon are developing a new line of “food texturisers”, named “seneoPro”, that are designed to ... [Published The Recycler - Apr 22 2014]
First reported Apr 20 2014 - Updated Apr 21 2014 - 2 reports

Canterbury researcher to investigate swallowing disorders

A researcher who is highly trained in dysphagia, or swallowing difficulties, has returned from Baltimore to the University of Canterbury to continue her laboratory investigations into facilitating the recovery of swallowing in New Zealand stroke ... ... [Published Scoop NZ - General - Apr 21 2014]
First reported Apr 18 2014 - Updated Apr 18 2014 - 1 reports

3D-Printed Meals for the Elderly

Researchers at German company Biozoon Food Innovations are working on a 3D printer that creates food specifically for elderly people.Meals are prepared by pureeing and straining popular foods such as chicken, carrots and fruit into smooth substances, ... [Published Stylus - Apr 18 2014]
First reported Apr 18 2014 - Updated Apr 18 2014 - 1 reports

This Printer Could Prevent Seniors From Getting Pneumonia

A new senior-focused food product promises to make meals safer and more appealing for elders by utilizing one of the most exciting recent inventions: the 3D printer.The culinary world is no stranger to using 2D printing technology to create custom designs ... [Published Care2 - Apr 18 2014]
First reported Apr 15 2014 - Updated Apr 15 2014 - 1 reports

Methods, system and kit for diagnosing and treating dysphagia

Methods for evaluating and treating patients for dysphagia are provided. In a general embodiment, the method comprises screening the patient for dysphagia symptoms, diagnosing and categorizing the dysphagia if the patient exceeds a threshold of dysphagia ... [Published Free Patents Online - Apr 15 2014]
Entities: dysphagia
First reported Apr 09 2014 - Updated Apr 10 2014 - 3 reports

A German company is printing food for the elderly

A German company, Biozoon, is working on a 3D-printed food extruder that creates food that literally melts in your mouth, allowing elderly patients with dysphagia – the inability to swallow – to eat without choking.Biozoon uses molecular gastronomy to ... [Published USA Today - Apr 10 2014]
First reported Mar 30 2014 - Updated Mar 31 2014 - 2 reports

Faridabad hospital gives new lease of life to Iraqi

Faridabad: The simplest task of swallowing food was perhaps the biggest challenge for 40-year-old Isam. The Iraqi citizen suffered from a rare disorder called dysphagia lusoria, that made swallowing food difficult for him.Seeking to remedy the life-threatening ... [Published Qatar Peninsula - Mar 31 2014]
Entities: Faridabad, Iraq, dysphagia

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Robotic Thoracic Esophageal Diverticulectomy [Published 4 Traders - 1 hour ago]
UVA Stroke Program Honored for Quality [Published PRWeb - 4 hours ago]
Soliant Health’s Bilingual Therapies Division A... [Published PRWeb - 5 hours ago]
Nursing home resident chokes on meatball, dies [Published Greenwich Time - 17 hours ago]
New speech-language pathologist joins SPH staff [Published Homer News - 21 hours ago]
Scientists develop 3D jellifed 'smoothfood' tha... [Published Mail Online UK - Apr 23 2014]
Neuralstem's Cell Therapy Is Working, And This ... [Published BioPortfolio - Apr 22 2014]
Neuralstem's Cell Therapy Is Working, And This ... [Published Seeking Alpha - Apr 22 2014]
3D printing method makes meals safer for the el... [Published The Recycler - Apr 22 2014]
FDA Grants Approval to Merck's Ragwitek [Published Individual.com - Apr 22 2014]
Canterbury researcher to investigate swallowing... [Published Scoop NZ - General - Apr 21 2014]
Canterbury dysphagia researcher returns from Ba... [Published Yahoo!Xtra - Apr 20 2014]
Two-day workshop on basic and advanced endoscop... [Published The News International - Apr 20 2014]
3D-Printed Meals for the Elderly [Published Stylus - Apr 18 2014]
This Printer Could Prevent Seniors From Getting... [Published Care2 - Apr 18 2014]
Study Reveals Increase in Oral, Head and Neck C... [Published Bethwood Patch - Apr 17 2014]
rhBMP Use in Cervical Spine Surgery: Associated... [Published Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery - Apr 16 2014]
The Electronic-Medical-Records Email of the Day... [Published Atlantic Monthly - Apr 16 2014]
Methods, system and kit for diagnosing and trea... [Published Free Patents Online - Apr 15 2014]
Chronic cough in children [Published Medical Observer - Apr 14 2014]
EGFR Inhibition Adds Toxicity, No Benefit in He... [Published Diabetes Care - Apr 14 2014]
Updated Summary: ACR Appropriateness Criteria® ... [Published National Guideline Clearinghouse - Apr 14 2014]
3D Printed Food Could Be a Win with the Elderly [Published Softpedia - Apr 14 2014]
EoE and food allergies [Published Daytona Beach News Journal - Apr 14 2014]
WISP-1 Contributes to Fractionated Irradiation-... [Published PLoS medicine - Apr 13 2014]
3d Food for the Elderly: How This Company Is Ma... [Published DailyMe.Com - Apr 12 2014]
What's your reflux/GERD story? [Published HealthBoards - Apr 11 2014]
dysphagia problems [Published HealthBoards - Apr 10 2014]
A German company is printing food for the elderly [Published USA Today - Apr 10 2014]
SeneoPro 3D prints food for the elderly [Published Dvice.com - Apr 10 2014]
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Canterbury researcher to investigate swallowing... [Published Scoop NZ - General - Apr 21 2014]
A researcher who is highly trained in dysphagia, or swallowing difficulties, has returned from Baltimore to the University of Canterbury to continue her laboratory investigations into facilitating the recovery of swallowing in New Zealand stroke ... ...
What's your reflux/GERD story? [Published HealthBoards - Apr 11 2014]
I would love to hear other's stories! Sometimes you just need to tell someone! :)Here is mine if you want to read it:I first realized something was wrong when I was seven, but I wasn't diagnosed with GERD until the age of 14. Soon thereafter I was also ...
dysphagia problems [Published HealthBoards - Apr 10 2014]
I was diagnosed with adolescent gastric reflux a over 1.5 years ago. I had another endoscopy, and pH probe and it was confirmed that I had GERD. I started Nexium, steriods, and other meds, and nothing worked. I now am on Prevacid 30 mg 2x and it works ...
A German Company Is Printing Food For The Elderly [Published TechCrunch Europe - Apr 09 2014]
 A German company, Biozoon, is working on a 3D-printed food extruder that creates food that literally melts in your mouth, allowing elderly patients with dysphagia - the inability to swallow - to eat without choking. Read More ...
A German Company Is Printing Food For The Elderly [Published TechCrunch - Apr 09 2014]
 A German company, Biozoon, is working on a 3D-printed food extruder that creates food that literally melts in your mouth, allowing elderly patients with dysphagia - the inability to swallow - to eat without choking. Read More ...
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Northwestern Medicine surgeon working to elimin... [Published PR Newswire - Dec 23 2013]
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