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ALS is a degenerative neurological disease that affects movement, speech and swallowing. It usually starts with weakness in the limbs before progressing to the muscles needed for breathing and talking.

The patient’s condition can vary from day to day, but it will eventually lead to paralysis of all voluntary muscles. This blog post discusses Caring for an ALS patient. ALS is a degenerative neurological disease that affects movement, speech and swallowing. It usually starts with weakness in the limbs before progressing to the muscles needed for breathing and talking.

The patient’s condition can vary from day to day, but it will eventually lead to paralysis of all voluntary muscles. A nurse caring for an ALS patient must be prepared for any changes in cognition or sensation such as muscle twitches or drooling This blog post discusses Caring for an ALS patient.

ALS is a degenerative neurological disease that affects movement, speech and swallowing. It usually starts with weakness in the limbs before progressing to the muscles needed for breathing and talking. The patient’s condition can vary from day to day.

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