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Support and information for Doctors

Rosemont recognises the immense pressures faced by healthcare professionals in their pursuit of providing optimal care for patients with swallowing difficulties.

Among the critical factors influencing positive treatment outcomes is patient adherence to prescribed medications, a particularly challenging aspect for those with swallowing difficulties.

More often than not, patients with swallowing difficulties include vulnerable patient groups such as those who have had a stroke, elderly, paediatrics, and individuals with cancer and neurological conditions.


We have over 130 products in our extensive product range. Browse our oral liquid medicines below, and find the best treatment option for your patient.


Educational resources

Interested in learning more about how to help specific patient groups with dysphagia? Explore our educational resources and guides for healthcare professionals.


Therefore, managing your patients with swallowing difficulties poses several challenges, with early identification being key. Some symptoms you can watch out for in your patients are:

  • Coughing or choking when eating or drinking
  • Bringing food back up, sometimes through the nose
  • A feeling that food is stuck in the throat or chest
  • A gurgly, wet-sounding voice when eating or drinking


Healthcare providers must inquire about any difficulties in swallowing medication and assess the underlying reasons. Physicians should consider known swallowing issues when prescribing medication. [8].

Clinical literature extensively outlines the limitations of tablets and capsules for patients with swallowing difficulties, highlighting the need for alternative medicine forms. Liquid formulations, such as solutions and suspensions, are vital options that should be considered to enhance treatment adherence.

We’ve been innovating oral liquid medicines for over 50 years, and are experts in providing solutions that are palatable for your patients.