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How to puree foods

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Capital Health (N.S.). Food and Nutrition Services. Halifax, NS: Capital Health , 2013.
Pamphlet Number
0624
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Pureeing foods can help those with swallowing problems. Pureed foods are easier to swallow and as a result, help people prevent choking. This pamphlet provides a guide for how much liquid to use when pureeing and suggests ways to puree different foods. Ways to add calories, fiber and protein to pureed foods are discussed.
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Corporate Author
Capital Health (N.S.). Food and Nutrition Services
Place of Publication
Halifax, NS
Publisher
Capital Health
Date of Publication
2013
Format
Pamphlet
Language
English
Physical Description
1 electronic document (9 p.) : digital, PDF file
Subjects (MeSH)
Airway Obstruction - prevention and control
Asphyxia - prevention and control
Deglutition
Deglutition Disorders - diet therapy
Deglutition Disorders - prevention and control
Pneumonia, Aspiration - prevention and control
Other Subjects
Asphyxia
Aspiration pneumonia
Cooking (Soft foods)
Cooking for the sick
Deglutition disorders--Nutritional aspects
Respiratory organs--Obstructions
Specialty
Food and nutrition
Geriatrics
Abstract
Pureeing foods can help those with swallowing problems. Pureed foods are easier to swallow and as a result, help people prevent choking. This pamphlet provides a guide for how much liquid to use when pureeing and suggests ways to puree different foods. Ways to add calories, fiber and protein to pureed foods are discussed.
Responsibility
Food and Nutrition Services
Pamphlet Number
0624

Drinking water between meals for people with swallowing problems

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Capital Health (N.S.). Food and Nutrition Services. Halifax, NS: Capital Health , 2013.
Pamphlet Number
1159
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Safety with water between meals for people with swallowing problems is not certain. There is still a chance that pneumonia may occur. This pamphlet gives guidelines for drinking water safely between meals for people with swallowing problems so that there is less chance of choking.
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Corporate Author
Capital Health (N.S.). Food and Nutrition Services
Place of Publication
Halifax, NS
Publisher
Capital Health
Date of Publication
2013
Format
Pamphlet
Language
English
Physical Description
1 electronic document ([4] p.) : digital, PDF file
Subjects (MeSH)
Airway Obstruction - prevention and control
Asphyxia - prevention and control
Deglutition
Deglutition Disorders - diet therapy
Deglutition Disorders - prevention and control
Pneumonia, Aspiration - prevention and control
Other Subjects
Asphyxia
Aspiration pneumonia
Deglutition disorders--Nutritional aspects
Respiratory organs--Obstructions
Specialty
Food and nutrition
Geriatrics
Abstract
Safety with water between meals for people with swallowing problems is not certain. There is still a chance that pneumonia may occur. This pamphlet gives guidelines for drinking water safely between meals for people with swallowing problems so that there is less chance of choking.
Responsibility
Food and Nutrition Services
Pamphlet Number
1159

Foods that may increase risk of aspiration

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Capital Health (N.S.). Food and Nutrition Services. Halifax, NS: Capital Health , 2013.
Pamphlet Number
0529
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This pamphlet describes the symptoms that may alert you to swallowing problems so there is less chance of choking. Foods that may increase the risk of aspiration are reviewed and space is provided for your dietician to personalize your eating plan.
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Corporate Author
Capital Health (N.S.). Food and Nutrition Services
Place of Publication
Halifax, NS
Publisher
Capital Health
Date of Publication
2013
Format
Pamphlet
Language
English
Physical Description
1 electronic document (5 p.) : digital, PDF file
Subjects (MeSH)
Airway Obstruction - prevention and control
Asphyxia - prevention and control
Deglutition
Deglutition Disorders - diet therapy
Deglutition Disorders - prevention and control
Pneumonia, Aspiration - prevention and control
Other Subjects
Asphyxia
Aspiration pneumonia
Deglutition disorders--Nutritional aspects
Respiratory organs--Obstructions
Specialty
Food and nutrition
Geriatrics
Abstract
This pamphlet describes the symptoms that may alert you to swallowing problems so there is less chance of choking. Foods that may increase the risk of aspiration are reviewed and space is provided for your dietician to personalize your eating plan.
Responsibility
Food and Nutrition Services
Pamphlet Number
0529

How to thicken liquids

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Capital Health (N.S.). Food and Nutrition Services. Halifax, NS: Capital Health , 2013.
Pamphlet Number
0562
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This pamphlet discusses how to thicken liquids to make swallowing easier so that there is less chance of choking. A variety of commercial and household products and methods are suggested. The signs of too little fluid (dehydration) and ways to prevent this are provided.
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Corporate Author
Capital Health (N.S.). Food and Nutrition Services
Place of Publication
Halifax, NS
Publisher
Capital Health
Date of Publication
2013
Format
Pamphlet
Language
English
Physical Description
1 electronic document (5 p.) : digital, PDF file
Subjects (MeSH)
Airway Obstruction - prevention and control
Asphyxia - prevention and control
Deglutition
Deglutition Disorders - diet therapy
Deglutition Disorders - prevention and control
Pneumonia, Aspiration - prevention and control
Other Subjects
Asphyxia
Aspiration pneumonia
Cooking (Soft foods)
Cooking for the sick
Deglutition disorders--Nutritional aspects
Respiratory organs--Obstructions
Specialty
Food and nutrition
Geriatrics
Abstract
This pamphlet discusses how to thicken liquids to make swallowing easier so that there is less chance of choking. A variety of commercial and household products and methods are suggested. The signs of too little fluid (dehydration) and ways to prevent this are provided.
Responsibility
Food and Nutrition Services
Pamphlet Number
0562

Safe eating guidelines

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Capital Health (N.S.). Food and Nutrition Services. Halifax, NS: Capital Health , 2013.
Pamphlet Number
0527
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This pamphlet provides a list of signs that may mean you have swallowing problems. Safety tips to prevent aspiration (food or liquid going into your lungs) and choking are offered.
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Corporate Author
Capital Health (N.S.). Food and Nutrition Services
Place of Publication
Halifax, NS
Publisher
Capital Health
Date of Publication
2013
Format
Pamphlet
Language
English
Physical Description
1 electronic document (5 p.) : digital, PDF file
Subjects (MeSH)
Airway Obstruction - prevention and control
Asphyxia - prevention and control
Deglutition
Deglutition Disorders - diet therapy
Deglutition Disorders - prevention and control
Pneumonia, Aspiration - prevention and control
Other Subjects
Asphyxia
Aspiration pneumonia
Deglutition disorders--Nutritional aspects
Respiratory organs--Obstructions
Specialty
Food and nutrition
Geriatrics
Abstract
This pamphlet provides a list of signs that may mean you have swallowing problems. Safety tips to prevent aspiration (food or liquid going into your lungs) and choking are offered.
Responsibility
Food and Nutrition Services
Pamphlet Number
0527

Esophageal soft diet

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Nova Scotia Health Authority. Central Zone. Food and Nutrition Services. Halifax, NS: Nova Scotia Health Authority , 2016.
Pamphlet Number
1440
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This pamphlet provides guidelines for following a soft diet after your surgery or dilation. This diet includes soft, moist foods and fluids that are easy to swallow. The guidelines should be followed for 6 weeks after your procedure. If you have an esophageal stent, you will need to follow this diet as long as your stent is in place. This pamphlet explains diet guidelines, a puree diet, an esophageal soft diet (best choices and foods to avoid), and recipes for high-protein, high-calorie drinks.
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Corporate Author
Nova Scotia Health Authority. Central Zone. Food and Nutrition Services
Alternate Title
Eosophageal soft diet
Oesophageal soft diet
Place of Publication
Halifax, NS
Publisher
Nova Scotia Health Authority
Date of Publication
2016
Format
Pamphlet
Language
English
Physical Description
1 electronic document (8 p.) : digital, PDF file
Subjects (MeSH)
Airway Obstruction - prevention and control
Asphyxia - prevention and control
Deglutition Disorders - diet therapy
Esophagus
Other Subjects
Asphyxia
Cooking (Soft foods)
Deglutition disorders--Nutritional aspects
Esophagus
Specialty
Food and nutrition
Abstract
This pamphlet provides guidelines for following a soft diet after your surgery or dilation. This diet includes soft, moist foods and fluids that are easy to swallow. The guidelines should be followed for 6 weeks after your procedure. If you have an esophageal stent, you will need to follow this diet as long as your stent is in place. This pamphlet explains diet guidelines, a puree diet, an esophageal soft diet (best choices and foods to avoid), and recipes for high-protein, high-calorie drinks.
Responsibility
Prepared by: Food and Nutrition Services
Pamphlet Number
1440

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