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Peer Reviewed Articles about FEES®

Langmore, S. E. (2001). Endoscopic evaluation and treatment of swallowing disorders. New York: Thieme.

Barrett, E.E., Bandur, D. (2014). Shifts in Practice: Evaluating the Impact of Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES) in a Canadian Acute Teritary-Care Setting. Poster session presented Dysphagia Research Society, March 2014, Nashville, TN

Rao, N., Brady, S. L., Chaudhuri, G., Donzelli, J., & Wesling, M. (2003). Gold standard? Analysis of videoflouroscopic and fiberoptic endoscopic examinations. Journal of Applied Research, 31(1), 89-96.

Takahashi, N., Kikutani, T., Tamura, F., Groher, M., & Kuboki, T. (2012). Videoendoscopic assessment of swallowing function to predict the future incidence of pneumonia of the elderly. Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, 39, 429-437.

Wu, C. H., Hsiao, T. Y. Chen, J. C., Chang, Y. C., & Lee, S. Y. (1997). Evaluation of swallowing safety with fiberoptic endoscope: comparison with videoflouroscopic technique. Laryngoscope, 107(3), 396-401,

Hiss, S. G., & Posthma, G. N. (2003). Fiberoptic endoscopic evaluation of swallowing. Laryngoscope, 113(8), 1386-1393.

Aviv, J. E., Kaplan, S. T., Thompson, J. E., Spitzer, J., Diamon, B. and Closre, L. G. (2000). The safety of flexible endoscopic evaluation of swallowing with sensory testing (FEESST): an analysis of 500 consecutive evaluations. Dysphagia 15(1), 39-44.