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Rapidly liquefies pills
Rapidly liquefies pills

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Patients with #dementia need increased care. They become forgetful and hard to communicate with. To help maintain their medication needs, family members and carers often crush their pills and tablets and add it to their food or drink. myLiquitab #myLiquitab offers the convenience they need, saving them the messy pill crushing as myLiquitab liquefies pills easily.

To learn more about myLiquitab, please visit http://www.myliquitab.com/
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As people get older, they often face health conditions that require treatment on a regular basis. The average elderly patient is taking more than five prescription medications. This can be difficult and stressful. myLiquitab unit can help make medication intake easier convenient http://www.myliquitab.com/myliquitab-valuable-medication-tool-elderly/

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We invite everyone to join myLiquitab at the PSA17 in Sydney on July 28 to 30, 2017. Learn more about the latest on pharmacy innovation and new models of practice for pharmacists from pharmacists, industry leaders and health professionals.

Come visit our booth and discover a better way to prepare medicine for the whole family using myLiquitab Homecare. See you there!

http://www.myliquitab.com/join-myliquitab-psa17-sydney/

#myliquitab #medicine #PSA17SYD

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While dysphagia is more common among adults, it can occur at any age. Paediatric Dysphagia is a serious issue that could result in malnutrition, dehydration, aspiration pneumonia, food aversion and on-going need for enteral or parenteral nutrition. Visit our page to know more about the causes, symptoms and diagnosis of Paediatric Dysphagia http://www.myliquitab.com/paediatric-dysphagia/

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According to Chandra M. Ivey, MD, director of laryngology, voice, and swallowing disorders at Columbia Doctors Eastside in New York City, “dysphagia affects between 7% and 35% of the population.” This statistics is higher among adults. Adult dysphagia can be mild and easily overlooked. Ivey noted that half of dysphagia patients do not discuss their symptoms with their doctor. As a result, some patients remain undiagnosed for years, which can be dangerous as dysphagia could result to serious complications if not properly addressed.
Read about the two serious complications of adult dysphagia http://www.myliquitab.com/complications-adult-dysphagia/

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Good News! myliquitab was given a clean bill of health by Monash University, Melbourne.

MMIC has completed the first phase of their independent evaluation and characterization of the myLiquitab Homecare dispersion unit, covering a range of representative tablets from granulated or direct compressed formulations.

Study highlights:
- Tablets disintegrated within 4 minutes into a liquid dispersion.
- Water heating from ultra-sonication of approximately 5°C was not considered a significant risk to chemical stability over the timescale involved in anticipated dosing.
- Dose delivery from the dispensed tablets was effective, resulting in greater than 99% of the drug dose delivered from the liquid dispersion.

Visit http://www.myliquitab.com/ to learn more about myLiquitab unit.
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Here's a short demonstration of myLiquitab technology from it's Founder/Director Keith Dobson

myLiquitab technology is simple and easy to use. Visit http://www.myliquitab.com/ for more information

https://youtu.be/x3-eSSLiB-4

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TIP OF THE WEEK
Add sour foods like lemon to the dysphagia patient’s favorite dishes. Sour foods can trigger the swallowing reflux automatically. Visit http://www.myliquitab.com/ to learn more about our amazing technology for dysphagia patients.

#dysphagia #difficultyswallowing #myliquitab
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Dr Rebecca Leonard, a professor at the Department of Otolaryngology at UC Davis found that “as many as 20% of individuals over the age of 50 years, and most individuals by the age of 80 years, experience some degree of swallowing difficulty.” Swallowing difficulty among adults are primarily caused by stroke, dementia and other age-related diseases but some adults may experience difficulty swallowing due to changes in their swallowing physiology. Here are some changes that could lead to swallowing difficulty among adults http://www.myliquitab.com/causes-swallowing-problems-elderly/

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myLiquitab provides an alternative to crushing pills and tablets.

myLiquitab is a revolutionary technology that liquefies pills and tablets, turning them into an easy to swallow, flavoured liquid.

myLiquitab provides a means for people who experience difficulty swallowing pills and tablets to swallow their medication as a liquid. Meg and Family enjoy myLiquitab Homecare.

Watch Meg’s story at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qB8dgEZIQRQ
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