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Dysphagia is a common impairment in patients with acute stroke and is associated with an increased risk of complications such as aspiration pneumonia, malnutrition and dehydration, as well as with poor outcome and higher mortality. Therefore, immediate screening for aspiration risk is recommended, using a bedside swallow screening tool. To determine the diagnostic accuracy and the sensitivity and specificity of bedside screening tests for detecting risk of aspiration associated with dysphagiadoi:10.3233/nre-228024 pmid:36189506 fatcat:534ilgbxuveh5kud7ymoivyk7m