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Frequently choking or "falling into the wrong box" when eating may be a sign of dysphagia. The patients are mainly elderly people with stroke, Parkinson's disease, or cognitive impairment, and some are nasopharyngeal cancer patients. Due to muscle degeneration and loss of control ability, patients are unable to send food to the stomach for digestion, which not only leads to malnutrition, but even aspiration pneumonia. Through muscle coordination training exercises, adjusting the hardness and consistency of food, oral care, and cooking and caring food, patients can be helped to regain the pleasure of eating.


The lecture "Dysphagia and How to Swallow Safely" invited Dr. Chen Wenqi, Director of the Hong Kong Swallowing Institute, to explain the symptoms, common causes of dysphagia and how to swallow safely.

Lecture on caring for food "Dyphagia and how to swallow safely" (Speaker: Dr. Chen Wenqi)

  • If patients have any questions, please check with a speech therapist or medical staff first. When making care food, you need to cooperate with the instructions of the speech therapist or medical staff

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