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Preventive Strategies for Aspiration Pneumonia in Elderly Disabled Persons
Tohoku journal of experimental medicine
OHRUI, T. Preventive Strategies for Aspiration Pneumonia in Elderly Disabled Persons. Tohoku J. Exp. Med., 2005, 207 (1),  Pneumonia is the fourth leading cause of death despite the availability of potent new antimicrobials in Japan. Aspiration of oropharyngeal bacterial pathogens to the lower respiratory tract is one of the most important risk factors for pneumonia. Impairments in swallowing and cough reflexes among disabled older persons, e.g., related todoi:10.1620/tjem.207.3 pmid:16082150 fatcat:svfnxjtksnbmtfyrxdwysi53ay