Dysphagia in stroke patients
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Dysphagia in stroke patients

Practice profiles are reflective pieces written by nurses in practice and based on continuing professional development articles. This week Maria Rees discusses stroke and dysphagia. Article no. 489. Davies S (1999) Dysphagia in acute strokes. Nursing Standard. 13, 30, 49-54.

Nursing Standard. 14, 26, 45-45. doi: 10.7748/ns2000.03.14.26.45.c2786

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