Cardiopulmonary rehabilitation and cancer rehabilitation. 2. Pulmonary rehabilitation review.
Autor(es): Alba Augusta S,Kim Heakyung,Whiteson Jonathan H,Bartels Matthew N
Resumo: Pulmonary rehabilitation includes the rehabilitation of not only patients with respiratory failure in need of ventilatory support but also patients with primary pulmonary disease. New advances in medical management now offer treatment to patients with end-stage emphysema, pulmonary hypertension, and interstitial disease, and the principles of rehabilitation can add both function and quality to the lives of these patients. New surgical approaches and better transplantation outcomes that restore pulmonary function have also been introduced. Rehabilitation professionals need to be aware of these advances and be able to incorporate this knowledge into the practice of rehabilitation medicine. (a) To identify major categories of pulmonary disease seen in pulmonary rehabilitation, (b) to know appropriate interventions and support for patients with respiratory failure, (c) to describe the new interventions available for end-stage lung disease, and (d) to describe the appropriate pulmonary rehabilitation for people with pulmonary disease.
Imprenta: Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, v. 87, n. 3, supl. 1, p. S57-S64, 2006
Identificador do objeto digital: 10.1016/j.apmr.2005.12.007
Descritores: Guillain-Barre Syndrome - Pathogenesis
Data de publicação: 2006