9. Effect of IQoro training in hiatal hernia patients with misdirected swallowing and esophageal retention symptoms.
Misdirected swallowing can be triggered by esophageal retention and hiatal incompetence. The result show that IQoro training significantly improves all the symptoms of hiatus hernia.Read more
8. Effect of oral IQoro and palatal plate training in post-stroke, four-quadrant facial dysfunction and dysphagia: A comparison study.
This comparising study shows there is little difference between the effectiveness of palatal plate and IQoro neuromuscular treatments, but large practical and economic advantages in using IQoro.Read more
7. Effects on facial dysfunction and swallowing capacity of intraoral stimulation early and late after stroke.
Most patients with post-stroke dysphagia are also affected by facial dysfunction in all four facial quadrants. IQoro is effective in improving swallowing ability and facial activity in all four facial quadrants in patients after stroke irrespective of time from stroke debut to start of treatment.Read more
IQoro training improves oropharyngeal dysphagia and facial paresis in patients with stroke irrespective of time to intervention, age or gender. The presence or absence of facial paresis had no effect on treatment outcomes.Read more
5. Longstanding effect and outcome differences of palatal plate and oral screen training on stroke-related dysphagia.
This study evaluates if the oral training effect on stroke related dysphagia differs between two different types of oral appliances and if the training effect remains at a late follow-up. The result shows the improvements with IQoro are superior, and were achieved at far lower cost and in far shorter training sessions.Read more
Lip muscle training with an oral screen can improve both lip force and swallowing capacity in stroke patients. The results support earlier findings that physical lip muscle training can be used to treat dysphagia.Read more
Training with IQoro improves oropharyngeal dysphagia and facial paresis in patients with stroke irrespective of time to intervention, age or gender. The presence or absence of facial paresis had no effect on treatment outcomes.Read more
2. Reliable lip force measurement in healthy controls and in patients with stroke. A methodological study.
A prefabricated oral screen has shown promising results as a muscle self-training device to improve the lip function of stroke patients affected by oropharyngeal dysphagia.Read more
Oral IQS training can relieve/improve esophageal dysphagia and reflux symptoms in adults, likely due to improved hiatal competence.Read more
17. A Scientific Comparison of Three Tests for Swallowing Dysfunction That Are Not Reliant on Access to VF or FEES Facilities
A study to show the validity of three simple tests for swallowing difficulties, and the effectiveness of IQoro in treating this condition.Read more
Dysphagia is a common poststroke symptom with negative effects on recovery and rehabilitation. This study has shown that sensory and motor stimulation seems to be a promising therapy in stroke patients with long-lasting and persistent oropharyngeal dysphagia.Read more
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