Dr. Brodsky’s research focus is the effects and long-term outcomes of critical care medicine on swallowing. He is conducting research related to swallowing disorders after oral intubation with mechanical ventilation.
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Dr. Brodsky works closely with his colleagues throughout Johns Hopkins to investigate a variety of topics related to swallowing impairments after critical illness. His research areas include understanding swallowing impairments and laryngeal injury after oral endotracheal intubation, and understanding of swallowing physiology, formal assessment and bedside screening. Learn more about his research.
PReventing the EffectS of Intubation on DEglutition (PRESIDE) Safety/Efficacy Study
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Brodsky MB, Pandian V, Needham DM. Post-extubation dysphagia: a problem needing multidisciplinary efforts. Intensive Care Med. 2019. PubMed citation. Journal site.
Brodsky MB, Mayfield EB, Gross RD. Clinical decision making in the ICU: Dysphagia screening, assessment, and treatment. Semin Speech Lang. 2019;40(3):170-187. PubMed citation. Journal site.
Brodsky MB, Levy MJ, Jedlanek E, Pandian V, Blackford B, Price C, Cole G, Hillel AT, Best SR, Akst LM. Laryngeal Injury and Upper Airway Symptoms After Oral Endotracheal Intubation With Mechanical Ventilation During Critical Care: A Systematic Review. Crit Care Med. 2018;46(12):2010-2017. PubMed Citation. Journal Site.
Brodsky MB, De I, Chilukuri K, Huang M, Palmer JB, Needham DM. Coordination of pharyngeal and laryngeal swallowing events during single liquid swallows after oral endotracheal intubation for patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome. Dysphagia. 2018;33(6):768-777. PubMed citation. Journal site.
Brodsky MB, Huang M, Shanholtz C, Mendez-Tellez PA, Palmer JB, Colantuoni E, Needham DM. Recovery of dysphagia symptoms after oral endotracheal intubation in ARDS Survivors: A 5-year longitudinal study. Ann Am Thorac Soc. 2017;14(3):376-383. PubMed Citation. Journal Site.