Oral health care for patients after stroke

Marian Brady, Denise Furlanetto, Romana Hunter, Steff C. Lewis, Vikki Milne

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Abstract

Oral health care (OHC) is a deceptively simple task. For many people with stroke-related limitations, the routine practice of OHC becomes a challenge and they become partially or totally reliant on others for their OHC. Poor oral health contributes to discomfort, pain, infection, and systematic health problems. Evidence-based OHC interventions are essential for this vulnerable patient group. Our recent Cochrane review update1 synthesized the randomized control trial evidence relating to the effectiveness of staff-led OHC interventions for individuals after a stroke.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)636-637
Number of pages0
JournalStroke
Volume42
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2011

Keywords

  • stroke
  • oral healthcare
  • patients

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    Brady, M., Furlanetto, D., Hunter, R., Lewis, S. C., & Milne, V. (2011). Oral health care for patients after stroke. Stroke, 42, 636-637. https://doi.org/10.1161/¿STROKEAHA.111.628198