Pediatric Feeding: The Big Picture Module 4 – Medical
In this 4th Module in the series Pediatric Feeding – The Big Picture, we will discuss some important and unfortunately, common medical issues that can cause or complicate dysphagia, including gastrointestinal and cardiopulmonary difficulties and complications due to prematurity. We will outline when feeding therapy can be helpful and when it cannot in these populations. We will also discover the surprising and not widely known effects of different medications on swallowing and the importance of always asking what meds your client is taking. Come learn why the patient’s medical history is critically important to diagnosing and treating pediatric dysphagia.
Key Learning Outcomes:
As a result of this presentation, the participant will be able to
- List three strategies that can be used in the treatment of children with GERD and Cardiac/Respiratory Issues.
- Describe how prematurity can lead to feeding aversion.
- List three classes of medications that can cause or worsen dysphagia.
Financial: Jennifer Meyer is a co-owner of CEU-Espresso, Inc. and was paid an honorarium for this presentation. She owns a private practice, Feeding and Dysphagia Resources, P. C. in Denton, TX
Non-financial: Jennifer is a personal friend of the developer of the Res-Q Infant Wedge, sometimes mentioned in her presentations.
This course is presented by CEU-Espresso, Inc.
This learning event does not focus exclusively on any specific product or service.
We really want you to be able to learn this material, not just breeze through it to take a quiz and say you’ve learned something but forget it by the time you are in front of your next patient or client. So, you will have access to this material for 6 months (180 days) from your registration date. You will be able to download any course resources and stream the video as much as you wish during that time to review the information. We just ask that you not share the handout or other materials with anyone who hasn’t registered for their own access to the course.