Studien zur F.O.T.T. (Downloads am Ende dieser Seite)

Jakobsen D. Poulsen I, Schultheiss C, Riberholt CG, Curtis DJ, Petersen TH, Seidl RO (2019) The effect of intensified nonverbal facilitation of swallowing on dysphagia after severe acquired brain injury: a randomised controlled pilot study;  NeuroRehabilitation, vol. 45, no. 4, pp. 525-536, 2019

A, Nielsen LH & Sjölund BH (2013)
Randomized trial of two swallowing assessment approaches in patients with acquired brain injury: Facial-Oral Tract Therapy versus Fibreoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing. E-published 10 sept 2013: Journal of Clinical Rehabilitation.
Schultheiss C, Nusser-Müller-Busch R, Seidl RO (2011)  The bolus swallow test for clinical diagnosis of dysphagia – a prospective randomised study. Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngology DOI 10.1007/s00405-011-1628-5
Hansen Trine S, Jakobsen Daniela (2010) A decision-algorithm defining the rehabilitation approach: `Facial oral tract therapy'® Disability and Rehabilitation Vol 32, No 17:p1447-1460(14)
Nusser Müller-Busch R (2008) Die Entwicklung von Konsensusempfehlungen zur Facio-Oralen Trakt Therapie (F.O.T.T.). Neuro Rehabil 14(5): 275-281  

Frank U, Sticher H, Mäder M (2008) Trachealkanülenmanagment in der Dysphagietherapie: Evaluation eines multidisziplinären Interventionsansatzes. Neuro Rehabil 2008; 14 (2): 79-88
Hansen TS, Engberg AW, Larsen K (2008)  Functional Oral Intake and Time to Reach Unrestricted Dieting for Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury. Arch Phys Med Rehabil Vol 89  Issue 8, Pages 1556-1562
Hansen TS, Engberg AW, Larsen K (2008)  The Association of Functional Oral Intake and Pneumonia in Patients with Severe Traumatic Brain Injury. Arch Phys Med Rehabil Vol 89 Issue 11 Pages 2114-2120
Seidl R, Nusser Müller-Busch R, Westhofen M, Ernst A (2007) Pilot Study of a neuro-physiological dysphagia therapy for neurological patients. Clinical Rehabilitation Vol 21 686-697.
Frank U, Mäder M, Sticher H (2006) Dysphagic Patients with Tracheotomies: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Treatment and Decannulation Management. J Dysphagia 2006:1-10
PhD Thesen
Kjaersgaard A (2013) Difficulties in swallowing and eating following acquired brain injury - from a professional and a patient perspective. The Institute of Public Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Southern Denmark and Hammel Neurorehabilitation and Research Centre. Possible to download
Hansen T (2010) Research in rehabilitation treatment for patients with severe traumatic Brain Injury :Mapping complex therapeutic procedures and developing measures of adherence and treatment outcome. Exemplified by swallowing problems and Facial Oral Tract Therapy. Copenhagen University and Department of occcupational therapy/ Department of neurorehabilitation
Copenhagen University Hospital, Hvidovre, Denmark.
(s. Complete_Thesis_TSH_TRYK_d._17.12.09.pdf)
Masterthesen unveröffentlicht
Müller D (2012) Haben F.O.T.T. Schluckhilfen einen Einfluss auf die Häufigkeit und Effektivität des Schluckens bei Patienten mit Dysphagie nach Schlaganfall? Unveröffentlicht. Masterthese Neurorehabilitation Donau-Universität Krems
Erzer Lüscher F, Sticher H (2009) Der Einfluss von Mundstimulation nach F.O.T.T.® auf die Schluckfrequenz bei Patienten mit einer Trachealkanüle und erworbenen zentralneurologischen Störungen. Unveröffentlicht. Masterthese Neurorehabilitation Donau-Universität Krems.
Nusser Müller-Busch R (2007) Die Entwicklung von Therapieempfehlungen zur Facio-Oralen Trakt Therapie (F.O.T.T.) im Rahmen eines Konsensusprozesses. Masterthese Neurorehabilitation Donau-Universität Krems.
Kjaersgaard A (2004) Undersøgelse og behandling af dysfagi hos patienter med erhvervede svære hjerneskader - Set ud fra et ergoterapeutisk perspektiv (Assessment and treatment of dysphagia in patients with severe acquired brain injury - from an occupational therapy perspective) (in Danish). Medicinska Fakulteten, Lunds universitet, Avd för arbetsterapi, Sweden.
Fuchs Ziegler P (2001)  The F.O.T.T. Assessment Profile: Results on its validity and inter-rater reliability. MSc Thesis. London: City University.
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