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Trial ID: NCT05108896
Aspiration in Acute Respiratory Failure Survivors
1. Admission to an ICU.
2. Mechanical ventilation with an endotracheal tube for greater than 48 hours.
1. Contraindication to enteral nutrition administration.
2. Pre-existing history of dysphagia or aspiration.
3. Pre-existing or acute primary central or peripheral neuromuscular disorder.
4. Presence of a chronic tracheostomy (present prior to ICU admission).
5. Pre-existing head and neck cancer or surgery.
6. Coagulopathy resulting in uncontrolled nasal or pharyngeal bleeding.
7. Delirium for more than 72 hours after extubation as assessed by Confusion Assessment
8. Extubated for greater than 72 hours.
9. Inability to obtain informed consent from patient or an appropriate surrogate.
10. Age < 18 years.
diagnostic test: 3-Screenings Protocol
diagnostic test: FEES
diagnostic test: Tracheal Ultrasound
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Joseph Levitt, MD, MS