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2008) Pulmonary adaptations to swim and inspiratory muscle training.
Inspiratory muscle training fails to improve endurance capacity in athletes.
Preoperative intensive inspiratory muscle training to prevent postoperative pulmonary complications in high-risk patients undergoing CABG surgery: a randomized clinical trial.
Cycle ergometer and inspiratory muscle training in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Dyspnoea in COPD: can inspiratory muscle training help?
1] of 37% predicted, the patient in this case report would be a candidate to engage in PR intervention according to these guidelines, which often include exercise reconditioning and inspiratory muscle training components.
Early detection of lower respiratory tract infections, promptness in specific treatment intervention, a supportive spouse, meticulous attention to respiratory muscle rest therapy, bronchial hygiene practices (eg, the Vest, hand-held nebulization treatments, disinfection of airway interface equipment, frequent hand-washing), and exceptional patient compliance with prescribed physical therapy plans of care (eg, threshold inspiratory muscle training, targeted resistive exercise to the diaphragm, progressive upright activity challenge including ambulation over level surfaces and stairs, extremity strengthening, and aerobic exercise reconditioning) have collectively made this possible.
Inspiratory muscle training compared with other rehabilitation interventions in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Inspiratory muscle training compared with other rehabilitation interventions in adults with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: a systematic literature review and meta-analysis.
Evidence has shown that the use of targeted* or threshold type+ inspiratory muscle training (IMT) alone can result in significant improvement in inspiratory muscle strength (maximum inspiratory pressure), endurance (inspiratory threshold loading) and some measures of dyspnea and exercise capacity.
Inspiratory muscle training for individuals with cervical spinal cord injury or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: A survey of Canadian physical therapists.
The potential of inducing diaphragm injury in addition to fatigue and weakness in acute and chronic respiratory conditions needs to be considered to minimize the deleterious effects of overload induced by clinical interventions such as weaning from mechanical ventilation or inspiratory muscle training.

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