05.01.2021 | Review
Best Practice Recommendations for Stroke Patients with Dysphagia: A Delphi-Based Consensus Study of Experts in Turkey-Part II: Rehabilitation
Ebru Umay, Sibel Eyigor, Cumhur Ertekin, Zeliha Unlu, Barin Selcuk, Gulistan Bahat, Ali Yavuz Karahan, Yaprak Secil, Eda Gurcay, Nefati Kıylioglu, Betul Yavuz Keles, Esra Giray, Canan Tikiz, Ilknur Albayrak Gezer, Ayse Yalıman, Ekin Ilke Sen, Meltem Vural, Guleser Saylam, Mazlum Serdar Akaltun, Aylin Sari, Sibel Alicura, Fatih Karaahmet, Murat Inanir, Aylin Demirhan, Banu Aydeniz, Meral Bilgilisoy, Arif Yuksel, Zeynep Alev Ozcete, Yalkın Calik, Ebru Alemdaroglu, Dilek Keskin, Sevnaz Sahin, Mehmet Fevzi Oztekin, Baha Sezgin, Ozgur Karaahmet
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Dysphagia is one of the most common and important complications of stroke. It is an independent marker of poor outcome following acute stroke and it continues to be effective for many years. This consensus-based guideline is not only a good address to clinical questions in practice for the clinical management of dysphagia including management, diagnosis, follow-up, and rehabilitation methods, but also includes detailed algorithms for these topics. The recommendation paper has been written by a multidisciplinary team and offers 117 recommendations for stroke patients with dysphagia. While focusing on management principles, diagnosis, and follow-up in the 1st part (45 items), rehabilitation details were evaluated in the 2nd part (72 items).