15 INCENTIVE SPIROMETER RECCOMENDATIONS POSTOPERATIVELY 72501440002 3 El Kader

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INCENTIVE SPIROMETER RECCOMENDATIONS POSTOPERATIVELY -7250(14)40002-3 El-Kader, S. M., &  Ashmawy, E. M.  (2013). Aerobic  Exercise Training  and Incentive  Spirometry Can  Control Age- Related  Respiratory  Muscles  Performance  Changes in  Elderly.  European Journal of  General Medicine, 10 (1), 14-19.  doi:10.29333/ejgm /82360 Quantitative/ Mixed methods 2 groups of 20 subjects, one group received interventio ns, one group did not 40 healthy elderly subjects (20 male/20fem ale) Patient were subjected to multiple respirator y tests and objective data was collected Better forced  expiratory  volume  readings Yes, the study is valid. It is backed by the objective data from the respirator y tests. Yes, all the informati on is given to duplicate the study. 16
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INCENTIVE SPIROMETER RECCOMENDATIONS POSTOPERATIVELY Kenny, J. S., & Kuschner,  W. G. (2012).  Pneumothorax  Caused by  Aggressive Use of an Incentive  Spirometer in a  Patient with  Emphysema.  Respiratory Care,   58 (7).  doi:10.4187/respc are.02130 Case Study Reviewed One patients case One patient All relevant medical informati on r/t the patient Compared results to AARP recommendation s This is a case study, so it highlights one patients experienc e-while true for this patient, we cannot assume it for everyone Cannot be duplicate d, therefore not reliable Kim, C., Lee, J., Kim, H., & Lee, D. (2016).  Short-term effects of respiratory  muscle training  combined with the abdominal  drawing-in  maneuver on the  Randomized Controlled Trial 37 Patients with Spinal Cord Injuries – One group used an IS, one group used respiratory muscle training, and the control group only used routine physical therapy Thirty- seven subjects with Spinal Cord Injury (level of injury: C4- T6, time since injury: 4-5 years) Data from pulmonar y function test Compared results between groups Highly valid- it was a controlled trial Can be duplicate d, therefore reliable 17
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INCENTIVE SPIROMETER RECCOMENDATIONS POSTOPERATIVELY decreased  pulmonary  function of  individuals with  chronic spinal  cord injury: A  pilot randomized  controlled trial.  The Journal of  Spinal Cord  Medicine,   40 (1),  17-25.  doi:10.1080/10790 268.2016.1198576 Mahishale, V., Mahishale,  A., & Patted, S.  (2014). Inspiratory Muscle Training  using Deep  Breathing  Randomized Controlled trial 30 women in a control group, 30 women using IS 60 postpartum women with caesarean section were recruited Data from PFT tests, specifical ly Forced Vital Capacity The two groups were compared Yes, randomize d, controlled trial Yes, the study can be duplicate d 18
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INCENTIVE SPIROMETER RECCOMENDATIONS POSTOPERATIVELY Exercises and  Incentive  Spirometer on  Lung Function in  Immediate Post- Partum Mothers.  Indian Journal of  Physiotherapy  and Occupational  Therapy - An  International  Journal,   8 (2), 38.  doi:10.5958/j.0973 -5674.8.2.056 Singh, B., Haribabu, K. V., & Ramalingam, A.  T. (2017). Bedside  Pulmonary  Function Testing  and Incentive  Spirometry in 
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