Among 111,356 veterans with pulmonary hypertension, only 1,737 (1.6%) patients received pulmonary rehabilitation.
Category: Pulmonary Rehab
UNICEF and global partners have launched the “Every Breath Counts” campaign to urge African leaders to increase funding for pneumonia interventions.Read More
In a study of 40 newly diagnosed OSA patients, pulmonary rehab helped reduce body mass index, certain body circumferences, and improved pulmonary function.Read More
Arch Biopartners has identified a new drug candidate to treat Pseudomonas aeruginosa respiratory infections and intends to move forward with a human trial this year to test its safety.Read More
A new study reveals that greater lung and heart health may contribute to improved memory recall and cognitive capabilities.Read More
Extra exercise has been linked to reduced compulsions to reach for a cigarette in people who suffer from depression.Read More
The five-repetition sit-to-stand test (5STS) is reliable, valid and responsive in patients with COPD, providing a more practical alternative to tests such as the 6-minute walk test and others., according to U.K. researchers.Read More