Clinical Management of Swallowing Disorders, Second Edition, is revised and updated from its previous edition, which was titled Clinical Manual for Swallowing Disorders. This book provides readers with a concise reference on all aspects of swallowing disorders, including incidence, anatomy and physiology, etiology, diagnosis and nutrition. This updated second edition reveals the latest advances in dysphagia diagnosis and management. New to this edition are expanded sections on diagnostics, especially endoscopy for swallowing and pulse oximetry. In addition, the authors sort out the basic treatment techniques that have been shown to be relevant for improving swallowing safety and optimizing oral nutrition. Reader will enjoy the manual's practical organization, alphabetical listings, and over 20 tables and 30 illustrations, allowing quick access to important information. Clinicians will find this book to be a necessary day-to-day reference for managing swallowing disorders.