James Curtis

Dr. James Curtis reviews a substantial body of literature on FEES to enhance our endoscopic practice patterns and improve our ability to interpret what we see. In part 2, he describes the influence of swallowing protocols, how color, coating, and opacity of liquids impacts outcomes, interpretation methods, and the need for standardization to maximize clinical outcomes.

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To learn more about the Medical SLP Collective, an exclusive community for Medical SLPs with new peer-reviewed resources, handouts, and videos distributed weekly, monthly ASHA CEU webinars, and a private forum on Facebook, or on the website to get answers to all of your burning clinical questions, check out MedSLPCollective.com