Recovery, symptoms, and well‐being one to five years after lung transplantation – A multi‐centre study

@article{Lundmark2019RecoverySA,
  title={Recovery, symptoms, and well‐being one to five years after lung transplantation – A multi‐centre study},
  author={M. Lundmark and A. Lennerling and M. Almgren and A. Forsberg},
  journal={Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences},
  year={2019},
  volume={33},
  pages={176–184}
}
  • M. Lundmark, A. Lennerling, +1 author A. Forsberg
  • Published 2019
  • Medicine
  • Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences
  • BACKGROUND In recent years, survival after lung transplantation has remained largely unchanged despite improvements in short-and intermediate-term survival, indicating the need to identify factors associated with recovery and long-term survival. Very little is known about how lung recipients recover after lung transplantation and whether such factors are related to symptom distress and well-being. This constitutes the rationale of the study. AIM The aim was to explore symptom prevalence and… CONTINUE READING
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