If you’ve ever worked with a patient with aspiration pneumonia then you should probably listen to this episode.

Did you know that aspiration pneumonia does NOT always mean a diagnosis of dysphagia?

Do you have any clue what you should know about a chest xray?

Do you still believe that all aspiration pneumonia occurs in the right lower lobe?

What about feeding your patients on a high flow nasal canula?

In this episode, Dr. Jim Coyle discusses ALL of this!

Just do your patients a favor and listen to this episode.

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