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Pulmonary Rehabilitation: A Look Back, a Look Forward
Pulmonary Rehabilitation: A Look Back, a Look Forward
Pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) is a comprehensive approach to the management of patients with chronic lung disease that enc...
Pulmonary Rehabilitation: Mechanisms of Functional Loss and Benefits of Exercise
Pulmonary Rehabilitation: Mechanisms of Functional Loss and Benefits of Exercise
Exercise limitation is a characteristic feature of chronic respiratory diseases such as COPD and is associated with poor o...
Respiratory Assist Devices in Pulmonary Rehabilitation
Respiratory Assist Devices in Pulmonary Rehabilitation
Patients with advanced lung disease, especially patients with COPD, suffer from dyspnea at rest that worsens during the pe...
Psychosocial Support in Pulmonary Rehabilitation
Psychosocial Support in Pulmonary Rehabilitation
Pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) improves exercise capacity and quality of life (QOL) while reducing dyspnea in patients with...
Review of the Evidence for Pulmonary Rehabilitation in COPD: Clinical Benefits and Cost-Effectiveness
Review of the Evidence for Pulmonary Rehabilitation in COPD: Clinical Benefits and Cost-Effectiveness
COPD is a common and lethal chronic condition, recognized as a leading cause of death worldwide. COPD is associated with s...
Self-Management Programs and the Pursuit of Behavior Change
Self-Management Programs and the Pursuit of Behavior Change
A self-management intervention is a personalized approach to individuals aiming to engage individuals in a behavior change...
Barriers to Pulmonary Rehabilitation
Barriers to Pulmonary Rehabilitation
Pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) is one of the most effective therapies for chronic respiratory diseases, yet it is significa...
The Rationale, Evidence, and Adaptations to Pulmonary Rehabilitation for Chronic Respiratory Diseases Other Than COPD
The Rationale, Evidence, and Adaptations to Pulmonary Rehabilitation for Chronic Respiratory Diseases Other Than COPD
Over the last 3 decades, pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) has become an integral part of the management of COPD. Many other c...
Pulmonary Rehabilitation Reimbursement Challenges
Pulmonary Rehabilitation Reimbursement Challenges
Pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) is a highly effective intervention for persons with chronic respiratory diseases, resulting ...
Maintenance Pulmonary Rehabilitation: An Update and Future Directions
Maintenance Pulmonary Rehabilitation: An Update and Future Directions
The Global Initiative for Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease guidelines recommend pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) for individu...
Counterpoint: In-Home Pulmonary Rehabilitation Is an Attractive Alternative
Counterpoint: In-Home Pulmonary Rehabilitation Is an Attractive Alternative
Center-based pulmonary rehabilitation is positioned as the accepted standard for pulmonary rehabilitation. There, however,...
Point: Center-Based Pulmonary Rehabilitation Is the Standard
Point: Center-Based Pulmonary Rehabilitation Is the Standard
Currently, a major pulmonary rehabilitation focus is on expanding access. At-home rehabilitation is being explored as an i...
Noninvasive Respiratory Support for Pediatric Critical Asthma: A Multicenter Cohort Study
Noninvasive Respiratory Support for Pediatric Critical Asthma: A Multicenter Cohort Study
BACKGROUND: Noninvasive respiratory support (NRS) for pediatric critical asthma includes CPAP; bi-level positive airway pr...
Predicting Hospital Readmission in Medicaid Patients With COPD Using Administrative and Claims Data
Predicting Hospital Readmission in Medicaid Patients With COPD Using Administrative and Claims Data
BACKGROUND: The goals of this study were to develop a model that predicts the risk of 30-d all-cause readmission in hospit...
Development of a Cost-Effective 3D-Printed Airway Suction Simulator for Respiratory Therapy Students
Development of a Cost-Effective 3D-Printed Airway Suction Simulator for Respiratory Therapy Students
School of Medicine, College of Medicine, Fu Jen Catholic University, New Taipei City, Taiwan; Department of Critical Care ...
Factors Associated With Time to Decannulation in Patients With Tracheostomy Following Severe Traumatic Brain Injury
Factors Associated With Time to Decannulation in Patients With Tracheostomy Following Severe Traumatic Brain Injury
Factors Associated With Time to Decannulation in Patients With Tracheostomy Following Severe Traumatic ...
In-Person Versus Remote 6-Minute Walk and Incremental Shuttle Walk Distances in Advanced Lung Disease
In-Person Versus Remote 6-Minute Walk and Incremental Shuttle Walk Distances in Advanced Lung Disease
Toronto Lung Transplant Program, Ajmera Transplant Centre, University Health Network, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.Department ...
Risk Factors for Hospital Readmission in Patients With Interstitial Lung Disease
Risk Factors for Hospital Readmission in Patients With Interstitial Lung Disease
Risk Factors for Hospital Readmission in Patients With Interstitial Lung Disease Cathryn T Lee, ...
Implementation of an Interstitial Lung Abnormality Clinic and Multidisciplinary Discussion
Implementation of an Interstitial Lung Abnormality Clinic and Multidisciplinary Discussion
IntroductionInterstitial lung abnormalities (ILAs) are abnormalities identified on computed tomography (CT) that are poten...
Associations of Upper-Extremity Exercise Capacity and Grip Strength With Cognitive Domains in Patients With COPD
Associations of Upper-Extremity Exercise Capacity and Grip Strength With Cognitive Domains in Patients With COPD
BACKGROUND: Cognitive impairment (CI), which has been reported in COPD, has been related to physical performance. However,...
Real-Time Effects of Disconnection of the Ventilator on Regional Lung Volumes and Ventilation Distribution
Real-Time Effects of Disconnection of the Ventilator on Regional Lung Volumes and Ventilation Distribution
IntroductionPatients in ICUs are often temporarily disconnected from mechanical ventilators under various clinical circums...
A Step Forward to Help Patients With COPD to Perform Ambulatory Exercises
A Step Forward to Help Patients With COPD to Perform Ambulatory Exercises
Hilling and colleagues1 present the results of a physiological evaluation of a lightweight ventilatory assist device desig...
Noninvasive Respiratory Support in Pediatric Critical Asthma: What to Start and Where to Go?
Noninvasive Respiratory Support in Pediatric Critical Asthma: What to Start and Where to Go?
Pediatric asthma creates a tremendous burden on children, families, and medical systems. In the United States, one of ever...
An Individual Barrier Enclosure Actively Removing Aerosols for Airborne Isolation: A Vacuum Tent
An Individual Barrier Enclosure Actively Removing Aerosols for Airborne Isolation: A Vacuum Tent
An Individual Barrier Enclosure Actively Removing Aerosols for Airborne Isolation: A Vacuum Tent ...
Impulse Oscillometry as an Alternative Lung Function Test for Hospitalized Adults
Impulse Oscillometry as an Alternative Lung Function Test for Hospitalized Adults
Impulse Oscillometry as an Alternative Lung Function Test for Hospitalized Adults Eyal Kleinhend...
Respiratory Support After Extubation in Children With Pediatric ARDS
Respiratory Support After Extubation in Children With Pediatric ARDS
BACKGROUND: Postextubation respiratory support in pediatric ARDS may be used to support the recovering respiratory system ...
The Accuracy of Readily Available Consumer-Grade Oxygen Saturation Monitors in Pediatric Patients
The Accuracy of Readily Available Consumer-Grade Oxygen Saturation Monitors in Pediatric Patients
BACKGROUND: Pulse oximetry measurement is ubiquitous in acute health care settings in high-income countries and is familia...
Factors Associated With Successful Extubation Readiness Testing in Children With Congenital Heart Disease
Factors Associated With Successful Extubation Readiness Testing in Children With Congenital Heart Disease
BACKGROUND: In children with congenital heart disease, extubation readiness testing (ERT) is performed to evaluate the pot...