Guidelines for Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs

Guidelines for Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs, Fifth Edition, presents care and program standards for pulmonary rehabilitation programs, including initial and ongoing assessment, collaborative self-management education, exercise training ...

Guidelines for Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs

Guidelines for Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs, Fifth Edition, presents care and program standards for pulmonary rehabilitation programs, including initial and ongoing assessment, collaborative self-management education, exercise training, psychosocial support, and outcome measurement.

Pulmonary Rehabilitation

This updated edition addresses the need for team care of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and demonstrates how to organize and manage an effective pulmonary rehabilitation program.

Pulmonary Rehabilitation

This updated edition addresses the need for team care of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and demonstrates how to organize and manage an effective pulmonary rehabilitation program. A guide for each member of the inpatient and home care pulmonary rehabilitation team, this book combines theory with resources for practice. Topics include: patient assessment; smoking cessation; pharmacologic therapy; nutrition support; aerosol/oxygen therapies; guidelines for marketing/administering a rehabilitation program in the United States and abroad; and forms, protocols, and schedules. New to the edition are: eight chapters covering ventilatory muscle training, outcomes measurement, sleep disorders, surgical intervention of COPD, rehabilitation for patients with neuromuscular disease, rehabilitation in nonobstructive lung disease, and European mechanical ventilation methods; international approaches to pulmonary rehabilitation from Canada, Europe, Japan, South America, the Philippines, and the United States; enhanced tables/boxes; and section headings and chapter outlines/objectives.

Pulmonary Rehabilitation

This comprehensive reference book places pulmonary rehabilitation within the wider framework of respiratory disease, and the health burden that this now poses worldwide.

Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Pulmonary rehabilitation programmes are now a fundamental part of the clinical management of patients with chronic respiratory diseases. This comprehensive reference book places pulmonary rehabilitation within the wider framework of respiratory disease, and the health burden that this now poses worldwide. Part one of the book examines the evidence supporting the use of pulmonary rehabilitation programmes, new trends and socio-economic implications, and the scientific bases of techniques used. In part two, the reader is given important guidance on assessing patients for rehabilitation and what the cost implications are for patients and the health care system. The last part of the book provides a general overview and discusses specific problems of delivering pulmonary rehabilitation. Throughout the book, contributions drawn from a broad range of countries compare and contrast practice around the world where differences have developed, and discuss the clinical evidence that supports current thinking.

Guidelines for Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs

This edition supports practitioners in understanding the components of pulmonary rehabilitation and applying best practices as well as updating and improving their programs to meet AACVPR certification requirements.

Guidelines for Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs

As the field of pulmonary rehabilitation has continued to advance and evolve, standards for patient care and for programs have become increasingly important. Guidelines for Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs, Fifth Edition With Web Resource, offers the best practices for patient care and serves as the must-have resource for programs to prepare for the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR) pulmonary rehabilitation program certification. Readers will learn to tailor individualized care for respiratory patients as well as to improve new programs or update existing programs. For this revised fifth edition, AACVPR has assembled an expert team of nationally and internationally recognized authors. Together, they present the individuated and interrelated components of pulmonary rehabilitation, including initial and ongoing assessment, collaborative self-management education, exercise training, psychosocial support, and outcome measurement. Highlighted guidelines have been included throughout the book, giving readers easy-to-find guidance for implementing treatment programs and helping patients stay on track. Guidelines for Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs, Fifth Edition With Web Resource, offers an evidence-based review in several areas based on the rapid expansion of high-quality scientific evidence since the last edition. To learn best practices for care and program development, readers will find contributions from expert pulmonary rehabilitation professionals in nursing, medicine, physical therapy, respiratory therapy, and exercise physiology. This text provides a scientific, practical framework to help aspiring and current practitioners do the following: Understand the current requirements for accrediting pulmonary-based facilities Design, implement, or update accredited pulmonary rehabilitation programs Deliver optimal care to patients with symptomatic respiratory needs Address program issues in exercise, outcomes, and management of pulmonary-based programs New to this edition, a web resource provides easy access to practical checklists from the book and offers biannual updates to keep programs current with key changes in the field. The reorganized content provides a more logical flow of information consistent with pulmonary rehabilitation development. A new chapter on nutrition helps readers to understand its importance in the rehab process and to provide rehab patients with the best opportunity for success. In the updated appendixes, readers will find a comprehensive set of forms, questionnaires, and assessment tools. With continued advancements in the science, application, and credentialing of pulmonary rehabilitation programs, the fifth edition of Guidelines for Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs will assist respiratory practitioners in remaining up to date on the best practices in the field. This edition supports practitioners in understanding the components of pulmonary rehabilitation and applying best practices as well as updating and improving their programs to meet AACVPR certification requirements.

Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Pulmonary rehabilitation is an effective treatment for people with a range of chronic lung diseases. In recent years, there have been substantial advances in the science underpinning pulmonary rehabilitation.

Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Pulmonary rehabilitation is an effective treatment for people with a range of chronic lung diseases. In recent years, there have been substantial advances in the science underpinning pulmonary rehabilitation. Advances have been seen in the patient groups in whom it is indicated; in the breadth of programme content; in new methods of delivery; and not least, in important outcomes. This Monograph brings together scientific and clinical expertise in pulmonary rehabilitation, with the aim of optimising its delivery in clinical practice.

Textbook of Pulmonary Rehabilitation

This book provides up-to-date knowledge on all aspects of the multidisciplinary approach to pulmonary rehabilitation that is essential in order to achieve optimal results.

Textbook of Pulmonary Rehabilitation

This book provides up-to-date knowledge on all aspects of the multidisciplinary approach to pulmonary rehabilitation that is essential in order to achieve optimal results. It will be an ideal resource especially for pulmonologists in training, but will also be of value for physiotherapists, other health care professionals, and technicians. Detailed information is presented on the diverse program components in pulmonary rehabilitation, with clear explanation of the roles of the nutritionist, psychologist, occupational therapist, respiratory nurse, and physical activity coach. Guidance is provided on identification of candidates for pulmonary rehabilitation and on all aspects of assessment, including exercise capacity, muscle function, and physical activity. Patient-centered, economic, and other outcomes are examined, with separate discussion of combined outcome assessment. Furthermore, due consideration is given to organizational aspects of pulmonary rehabilitation and to rehabilitation in specific scenarios, e.g., thoracic oncology and surgery, transplantation, and the ICU. The authors are internationally recognized experts selected for their expertise in the topics they discuss.

Principles and Practice of Pulmonary Rehabilitation

In this text, the multidisciplinary application of scientific principles to the therapy of lung disease patients is emphasized.

Principles and Practice of Pulmonary Rehabilitation

In this text, the multidisciplinary application of scientific principles to the therapy of lung disease patients is emphasized. The scientific basis of lung disease patients is considered, followed by a comprehensive discussion of therapeutic modalities in rehabilitation. All aspects of conducting a pulmonary rehabilitation programme are covered and the components of the programme are detailed.

Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Available in the US, Canada, Latin America, and South East Asia (except Japan) only. Not distributed by LWW in Europe.

Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Available in the US, Canada, Latin America, and South East Asia (except Japan) only. Not distributed by LWW in Europe.

Pulmonary Rehabilitation Role and Advances An Issue of Clinics in Chest Medicine

Drs. Nici and ZuWallack have assembled an expert team of authors covering topics such as: The history of pulmonary rehabilitation, The systemic nature of chronic lung disease, Evidence-based outcomes from pulmonary rehabilitation in the ...

Pulmonary Rehabilitation  Role and Advances  An Issue of Clinics in Chest Medicine

Drs. Nici and ZuWallack have assembled an expert team of authors covering topics such as: The history of pulmonary rehabilitation, The systemic nature of chronic lung disease, Evidence-based outcomes from pulmonary rehabilitation in the COPD patient, Location, duration and timing of pulmonary rehabilitation, Exercise training in pulmonary rehabilitation, Strategies to enhance the benefits of exercise training in the respiratory patient, Collaborative self management and behavior change, Approaches to outcome assessment in pulmonary rehabilitation, and more!

Pulmonary Rehabilitation

This comprehensive reference book places pulmonary rehabilitation within the wider framework of respiratory disease.

Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Pulmonary rehabilitation programmes are a fundamental part of the clinical management of patients with chronic respiratory diseases. This comprehensive reference book places pulmonary rehabilitation within the wider framework of respiratory disease. Now in six parts, it includes new sections on the development of PR as a discipline, global perspectives on quality control, new chapters on early PR post exacerbation and personalized rehabilitation, innovative approaches to exercise, PR in interstitial lung disease and lung transplantation, and the latest research into the application of music, dance and yoga. Key Features Global contributions compare practice around the world where differences have developed. New six Part structure covers new approaches to exercise testing, interstitial lung diseases and other diseases, and add-on interventions drawing on new technologies. Contains recommendations of the large collaborative ERS/ATS task forces on guidelines for PR as well as suggested policies for its implementation and use. Covers the important topic of balance impairment as a focus of rehabilitation for the at-risk patient and a new chapter on monitoring physical activity. The voices of patients and caregivers describe the impact of chronic respiratory disease on their lives. Features an exclusive chapter on COVID-19 that discusses the short- and long-term pathophysiological consequences, provides information about the potential role of physiotherapy in the management of hospitalized patients with confirmed or suspected COVID-19, and details on who, where, and how to deliver programs to COVID-19 and non COVID-19 patients in the lockdown and post lockdown era.

Pulmonary Rehabilitation

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Pulmonary Rehabilitation

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Guidelines for Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs

Pulmonary rehabilitation has components of initialand ongoing assessment, collaborative self management education, exercise training, psychosocial support, and outcomes measurement. Our goal was to create a document that will be used by ...

Guidelines for Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs

Presents the best clinical practice for pulmonary rehabilitation based on current scientific evidence and expert opinion.

Guidelines for Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs

A set of guidelines for large and small pulmonary rehabilitation programs in private, public, or academic settings, for practitioners, administrators, and teachers.

Guidelines for Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs

A set of guidelines for large and small pulmonary rehabilitation programs in private, public, or academic settings, for practitioners, administrators, and teachers. Among the basic principles are the care needs and specific goals of each patient, indications for selecting patients, team responsibilities, and staffing and facility standards. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Pulmonary Rehabilitation

The book examines psycho-social influences on COPD and provides practical "best evidence" treatment advice. An exciting and promising "look to the future" by Professor Calverley concludes the book.

Pulmonary Rehabilitation

This addition to the field of pulmonary rehabilitation will be used as a practical resource which demonstrates academic insight into new and emerging aspects of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) rehabilitation. This book provides a European perspective with international experts contributing to the various chapters. There have been significant advances in pulmonary rehabilitation in the last decade and this is reflected in the use of up to date research and clinical opinion. Comprehensive chapters address pulmonary rehabilitation from the perspective of the patient, nursing, physio, occupational and medical therapists. Recent evaluations concern nutritional implications in COPD, selection criteria and specificity of exercise. The book examines psycho-social influences on COPD and provides practical "best evidence" treatment advice. An exciting and promising "look to the future" by Professor Calverley concludes the book. Pulmonary Rehabilitation: An Interdisciplinary Approach is an integrated evaluation of the effect of pulmonary rehabilitation on patient care, with critical assessment of outcome tools and the important contribution of an interdisciplinary approach.

Advances in Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation

bidity of chronic lung disease makes the cost of it comparable to some of these more common diseases . PULMONARY REHABILITATION : 1988 Statistics on the scope of pulmonary rehabilitation in 1988 are not readily available .

Advances in Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Enhance your rehabilitation program with this authoritative volume. Experts from the Department of Physical Therapy of Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina, explore the most current developments in cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation. Reading this highly practical volume will provide you with insight into the current status and future trends of pulmonary rehabilitation, supply you with rationale and supporting data for physiological and psychological mechanisms that seem to influence the pulmonary rehabilitation process, and illustrate the successes of both a hospital-based and a community-based pulmonary rehabilitation program. Valuable chapters on the physical therapy interventions required by and designed for coronary bypass surgery patients and heart transplantation patients will offer you additional useful information. Advances in Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation is an ideal resource for professionals, including physical therapists, who are or who wish to become, involved in the care of patients with cardiac or chronic pulmonary disorders.

Pulmonary Rehabilitation

https://www.rcplondon.ac.uk/projects/outputs/pulmonary-rehabilitation-exercise- improvement-combined-clinical-and-organisational. 7. Moscovice I, Casey M, Wu Z. Disparities in geographic access to hospital outpatient pulmonary ...

Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Pulmonary rehabilitation programmes are a fundamental part of the clinical management of patients with chronic respiratory diseases. This comprehensive reference book places pulmonary rehabilitation within the wider framework of respiratory disease. Now in six parts, it includes new sections on the development of PR as a discipline, global perspectives on quality control, new chapters on early PR post exacerbation and personalized rehabilitation, innovative approaches to exercise, PR in interstitial lung disease and lung transplantation, and the latest research into the application of music, dance and yoga. Key Features Global contributions compare practice around the world where differences have developed. New six Part structure covers new approaches to exercise testing, interstitial lung diseases and other diseases, and add-on interventions drawing on new technologies. Contains recommendations of the large collaborative ERS/ATS task forces on guidelines for PR as well as suggested policies for its implementation and use. Covers the important topic of balance impairment as a focus of rehabilitation for the at-risk patient and a new chapter on monitoring physical activity. The voices of patients and caregivers describe the impact of chronic respiratory disease on their lives.

Advances in Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Enhance your rehabilitation program with this authoritative volume.

Advances in Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Enhance your rehabilitation program with this authoritative volume. Experts from the Department of Physical Therapy of Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina, explore the most current developments in cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation. Reading this highly practical volume will provide you with insight into the current status and future trends of pulmonary rehabilitation, supply you with rationale and supporting data for physiological and psychological mechanisms that seem to influence the pulmonary rehabilitation process, and illustrate the successes of both a hospital-based and a community-based pulmonary rehabilitation program. Valuable chapters on the physical therapy interventions required by and designed for coronary bypass surgery patients and heart transplantation patients will offer you additional useful information. Advances in Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation is an ideal resource for professionals, including physical therapists, who are or who wish to become, involved in the care of patients with cardiac or chronic pulmonary disorders.

Handbook of Pulmonary Rehabilitation

"In the last three decades, Pulmonary Rehabilitation (PR) has become a cornerstone in the comprehensive management of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and other chronic respiratory diseases in adults and children, supported by ...

Handbook of Pulmonary Rehabilitation

"In the last three decades, Pulmonary Rehabilitation (PR) has become a cornerstone in the comprehensive management of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and other chronic respiratory diseases in adults and children, supported by solid physiological bases and wide scientific evidence, with randomized controlled trials, meta-analysis and several guidelines. PR programs are customized to the needs of each patient and carried out by a multidisciplinary team of healthcare specialists (medical specialists in medical rehabilitation and pulmonology, functional explorations, geriatric physicians, nurses, physiotherapists, nutritionists, psychologists, respiratory therapists, occupational therapists, bioengineers, pharmacologists, in collaboration with a family doctor and pharmacists). As a comprehensive intervention, PR involves good collaboration and communication between team members, thus ensuring maximum comfort and benefit to the patient. PR programs improve the quality of life of patients by increasing their degree of independence and reducing the number of exacerbations, the days of hospitalization due to them, and costs. PR has the ability to reduce symptomatic burden, in particular dyspnea, and muscle deconditioning. In turn, it can increase exercise capacity, reduce anxiety and depression, and improve patients' psycho-emotional status and social reintegration. PR is the standard of care for patients with chronic lung diseases motivated to participate in the rehabilitation program to become more physically active and more independent, being an integral part of clinical management and maintaining health"--

Practical Guide for Pulmonary Rehabilitation the Essential Source for Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs

"This book provides up-to-date knowledge on almost all aspects of the multidisciplinary approach to pulmonary rehabilitation.

Practical Guide for Pulmonary Rehabilitation  the Essential Source for Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs

This book provides up-to-date knowledge on almost all aspects of the multidisciplinary approach to pulmonary rehabilitation. The book advises on how to open a pulmonary rehabilitation program, how to evaluate the chronic lung patients for their fitness level, to prescribe exercises, how to tackle aspects like end-of-life care and provides information about telemedicine rehabilitation in the COVID-19 era. The book also covers subjects of interest like the history and future of pulmonary rehabilitation, smoking cessation, physiology of the skeletal muscle, airways clearing, medication, oxygenotherapy and special consideration for elderly patients with co-morbidities. There are evidence-based explanations regarding all these aspects that will benefit respirologists who have an interest in pulmonary rehabilitation, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, doctors in training, respiratory nurses, and family medicine physicians. Furthermore, the contributors are professionals with experience in pulmonary rehabilitation in major rehabilitation centers around the world who are known for their research, teaching and publishing on the international arena.

Adherence to Exercise Following Pulmonary Rehabilitation of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a progressive, debilitating and irreversible condition characterized by dyspnea or breathlessness upon exertion.

Adherence to Exercise Following Pulmonary Rehabilitation of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a progressive, debilitating and irreversible condition characterized by dyspnea or breathlessness upon exertion. Comprehensive pulmonary rehabilitation, which includes exercise training, has been shown to improve exercise tolerance, health-related quality of life and dyspnea. Long-term studies of rehabilitation outcomes show that these benefits tend to diminish over time. This study of patients in a pulmonary rehabilitation program examined (1) the physical and psychological factors related to exercise maintenance and (2) the role of exercise maintenance on long-term functional outcomes. One hundred sixty-four patients with chronic lung disease completed an 8-week rehabilitation program and were randomized to a 12-month maintenance program (n = 83) or a standard care condition (n = 81). Assessments of exercise, health-related quality of life (Quality of Well-Being Scale), dyspnea (UCSD Shortness of Breath Questionnaire and Dyspnea Scale of the Chronic Respiratory Questionnaire), exercise tolerance (6-minute walk test and Perceived Breathlessness), depression (CES-D), self-efficacy for walking, and disease severity were taken at pre- and post-rehabilitation, and at 6, 12, 24 months and 5-8 years after completing rehabilitation. Results show that the maintenance intervention did not prevent attrition from exercise as walking declined similarly across both groups by 24 months after rehabilitation. Patients in the maintenance condition, on average, walked 90 minutes per week during the 12-month intervention. Hierarchical regression analyses show that disease severity at post-rehabilitation was a statistically significant and unique predictor of overall exercise adherence during the 12 months following rehabilitation after controlling for health care utilization, age, and self-efficacy for walking. Patients with higher exercise participation had maintained better levels of self-efficacy, tolerance for dyspnea, and dyspnea during activities of daily living by 12 months after rehabilitation as compared to those who walked less. Findings support the presence of a relationship between health status and exercise maintenance among patients who complete pulmonary rehabilitation. Exercise maintenance in the form of walking may play an important role in the long-term outcomes of pulmonary rehabilitation for some patients. Maintenance interventions including regular medical follow-up need to be tailored to the patient's health status to further optimize long-term benefits of pulmonary rehabilitation.