In meeting principle objectives of the study, evaluation is to be carried out on how helpful dysphalgia screening is vital to this research. The studys number one procedure would be to come up with a validity of the construct in which the process of dysphalgia screening would be measured. Risks and merits of the whole system of swallowing screening would be weighed.
Next step would involve sensitivity in which a targeted number of patients identified for swallowing screening would be admitted to an emergency room for follow-up (Stein, 2009). They will be monitored closely during the screening moments. The procedure would help identify those patients with difficulty in swallowing yet not willing to let the nurses know and those without any problem but pretends to be experiencing swallowing problem.
Neurological predicaments affecting eating are always due to stroke. More of concern is dysphalgia because it leads to either malnutrition or aspiration of pneumonia (Stein, 2009). This study was conducted to illustrate the available intrusions of screening for detecting dysphalgia in stroke patients and their effects. A procedural evaluation was done through the 1996 methods of the NHS Center for Review and Dissemination that focused on stroke patients.
The quality of the study was variable in the number of tests conducted. Liquid foods administered to stroke patients with swallowing difficulties were entirely eaten. Aspiration pneumonia was as a result of swallowing of cold food and