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Does early pulmonary rehabilitation reduce acute health‐care utilization in COPD patients admitted with an exacerbation? A randomized controlled study
Background and objective: In COPD, hospital admissions and readmissions account for the majority of health‐care costs. The aim of this prospective randomized controlled study was to determine if… Expand
Inspiratory muscle training increases inspiratory muscle strength in patients weaning from mechanical ventilation: a systematic review.
QUESTION Does inspiratory muscle training improve inspiratory muscle strength and endurance, facilitate weaning, improve survival, and reduce the rate of reintubation and tracheostomy in adults… Expand
Inspiratory muscle training to facilitate weaning from mechanical ventilation: protocol for a systematic review
BackgroundIn intensive care, weaning is the term used for the process of withdrawal of mechanical ventilation to enable spontaneous breathing to be re-established. Inspiratory muscle weakness and… Expand
Women and Cardiac Rehab Exercise Programs - Are We Doing Enough?
The Value of Monitoring Blood Sugars in Diabetics at Risk of Hypoglycaemia During Exercise Training
A Community Exercise Program in Partnership with Te Hononga o Tamaki Me Hoturoa- a Holistic Approach to Exercise Rehabilitation