M T García-Tejero

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The clinical course of Duchenne's dystrophy is characterized by respiratory insufficiency secondary to failure of the breathing pump. Up to ten years ago, this respiratory insufficiency was corrected by mechanical ventilation via a tracheostomy. In recent years, nasal mechanical ventilation has been a considerable advance in the treatment of these patients'(More)
In most patients with neuromuscular disorders, respiratory insufficiency and problems arising from this are what determine whether or not they survive. Treatment for failure of the respiratory pump by mechanical ventilation in the patient's own home has become more common thanks to the advent of non-invasive methods of treatment such as the nasal mask. Home(More)
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