Silberstein, Richard; Seixas, Shaun; Nield, Geoffrey, 2020, Conceptual Closure Elicited by Event Boundary Transitions Affects Commercial Communication Effectiveness, Frontiers in Neuroscience, Vol. 14 (Apr 2020)
Effortful closure techniques: this procedure is based on pushing, pulling, or isometric exercises to forcefully close the glottis, while the patient phonates, which effectually lowers the pitch due to the lowering of the larynx. The targeted sounds or words can then be shaped from the phonation produced during the exercises.
tuck. By using these techniques, the patients learn to swallow in a more safe and efficient way. The supraglottic swallow involves breath holding before and during swallowing, by closing the true vocal cords before and during swallowing to prevent entry of food into the airways. The super-supraglottic technique requires breath holding while bearing
Several techniques have been used in this effort. For instance, many systems use a camera to register the closure of the eye. The technique cited most often involves the PERCLOS metric, which measures the extent to which the eyelid covers the pupil over an extended period of time.
A dictionary file. dict_files/eng_com.dic This class can parse, analyze words and interprets sentences. It takes an English sentence and breaks it into words to determine if it is a phrase or a clause.
The Super - Supraglottic Swallow is the Supraglottic swallow with Effortful swallow Effortful breath hold tilts arytenoids forward closing the airway entrance before and during the swallow Used to reduce hyolaryngeal excursion (reduced airway closure) INSTRUCTIONS Ask pt to inhale and hold their breath very tightly, bearing down.
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Dec 04, 2014 · Introduction. During the pharyngeal stage of swallowing contraction of the geniohyoid, mylohyoid, thyrohyoid and anterior digastric muscles (laryngeal elevators) facilitates hyolaryngeal excursion and assists upper esophageal sphincter (UES) dilation. 1–3 When decreased hyolaryngeal excursion results in dysphagia, clinicians might choose to increase function in laryngeal elevators by ...
Effortful Swallow: Collect all the saliva in your mouth onto the center of your tongue. Keep your lips closed and tight together. Pretend you are swallowing a grape whole in one big, hard swallow. The number of repetitions is patient specific. Click here for Video. 2.