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The "Material" (MGH - SST) is designed as a swallow screening to determine risk of aspiration. The "material" does not determine etiology, explore the physiology or nature of the deficit, nor determine a treatment plan. The "Material" is not intended to give definite medical consultation and must not be used to replace or overrule a clinician's judgment or clinician's diagnostic decision making. The responsibility for decisions regarding actual patient care rests solely with the providers of care including physician, nurse, speech-language pathologist or other members of patient's health care team. You acknowledge and agree that the content and materials available are protected by copyrights, trademarks, service marks or other proprietary rights and laws. You agree not to sell, license, rent, modify, distribute, copy, reproduce, transmit, publicly display, publicly perform, publish, adapt, edit or create derivative works from content or materials. You agree not to remove or obscure the "Material's" copyright notices.

An email address must be supplied to access the MGH- Swallow Screening Tool materials if you are outside of the Mass General network. This email address is used solely for the purpose of tracking outside use of this tool and will not be distributed.

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