Advancing the Frontiers of Cardioplumonary Rehabilitation
Advancing the Frontiers of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation tests the limits of traditional thinking in the field and challenges readers to integrate their practices into comprehensive disease treatment programs. The 11-part text contains 30 chapters written by some of the world's most renowned scholars, researchers, and clinicians in cardiopulmonary rehabilitation. It offersreaders both a broad overview of the field and an in-depth analysis of contemporary issues facing practitioners.
An outstanding team of editors—Jean Jobin, PhD; Francois Maltais, MD; Paul Poirier, MD; Pierre LeBlanc, MD; and Clermont Simard, PhD—expertly introduces and summarizes the book's contents. Thought-provoking scholarly papers from an international symposium on advancing services in cardiopulmonary rehabilitation have been edited into book format, making the text a readable, credible, and highly relevant reference.
The up-to-date text addresses service organization, pharmacological treatments, new technologies, home rehabilitation programs, integration of community-based programs and rehabilitation services, screening criteria for rehabilitation, integration of unconventional approaches and psychosocial services, and exercise prescription. The text features the following:
-Clear and compelling arguments about combining cardiac and pulmonary services to reduce costs and improve services
-A rich blend of experience and insight from international authors and presenters
-Comprehensive information that is of current interest and expertly balanced with historical perspective
Advancing the Frontiers of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation is an essential reference for professionals in the field.
Due Date 30/06/2019
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