Swallowing is a complex process, and several medical conditions can affect one’s ability to swallow. Therefore, dysphagia, or trouble swallowing, is particularly difficult to treat. This article from the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine shares an update on the current research and health initiatives surrounding dysphagia. From advocating for new food labels to conducting long-term studies, scientists and doctors are actively working to find effective treatments for patients suffering from dysphagia.
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While dysphagia research is still in progress, patients may need to request adjustments in their medication regimen if they cannot comfortably swallow their current medications. CaroSpir is the first and only FDA-approved oral suspension of the potassium-sparing diuretic spironolactone. Please visit www.CaroSpir.com to learn more.