Results for: Dysphagia

In Health

What is dysphagia?

Answer . Dysphagia is a condition where a person can't swallow properly. It can potentially be serious as they could choke, without even knowing it in some cases. See dypsh (MORE)
In Food & Cooking

What to do if patient has dysphagia when eating?

I would try to discern whether it would be better for the food to go down, or come out. I am assuming you are a nurse. Congrats, the world needs more nurses or Nurse's aids. (MORE)
In Medical Terminology

What is neurogenic dysphagia?

its when you cant swallow things. symptoms are: the obvious not swallowing,drooling from lack of the swallowing you treat it by drinking more liquids,therapy to learn to swall (MORE)
In Plural Nouns

What is the singular and plural words for dysphagia?

Neither, the noun 'dysphagia' is an uncountable (mass) noun,a word for a type of medical condition. As a subject noun, 'dysphagia' takes a verb for the singular. Example: (MORE)
In Health

How do you assist a people with dysphagia?

Be patient and let them be aware that you understand that they mayhave difficulty speaking. This will give them a little more timeand also make them feel more comfortable.
In Symptoms

The symptom dysphagia is difficulty doing what?

Someone with dysphagia has difficulty swallowing. Some drugs or medicines can cause dysphagia. Anti-psychotic drugs are notorious for inducing dysphagia and many other harmful (MORE)