Disordered swallowing associated with prolonged oral endotracheal intubation in critical illness
Study Group Collaboration: CC contributed to the overall study design, data analysis and critical manuscript review. AT contributed to study design.
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Conflicts of interest
Professor Omari, National Health & Medical Research Council Senior Research Fellowship. The development of the Swallow Gateway™ online analysis portal was supported by a grant from the College of Medicine and Public Health, Flinders University.
Ethical approval was Granted by the Southern Adelaide Human Research Ethics Committee (Protocol no. 202.15).
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