Main-E. | Denehy-L.

Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy

Adults and Paediatrics

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  • 5 th ed. 2016, 810 pages

48,99 

Delivery time: ca. 1 - 3 Tage

Description

This book of Eleanor Main and Linda Denehy gives those who are in practice or learning all the main aspects of respiratory and cardiac physiotherapy throughout the whole lifespan neonates, infants, children, adolescents and adults with the patient at centre and advocating a problem-based baseline.
For the new edition, Jennifer Pryor and Ammani Prasad hand the baton of editorship and their lasting legacy over to Eleanor Main and Linda Denehy. With a team of over 60 international expert authors, the new editors have incorporated major changes reflecting current cardiorespiratory physiotherapy education and practice. These changes are heralded by a new title Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy: Adults and Paediatrics (formerly Physiotherapy for Respiratory and Cardiac Problems: Adults and Paediatrics) and a significant restructure of the content with a new set of chapters.
A new key chapter on anatomy and physiology of the respiratory system lays the foundation which is then followed by a chapter on clinical assessment of adults, infants and children, and acutely ill or deteriorating patients. Additional new content includes a chapter on outcome measurement in practice and a large chapter describing rehabilitation in acute and chronic conditions in special populations including spinal cord injury, oncology, trauma and paediatrics. The chapter on therapeutic interventions is comprehensive and reflective of evidence based practice.
Integrates evidence with clinical practice
Case studies used to facilitate problem solving boxes throughout highlighting key issues and points
Emphasizes the need for a holistic approach to patient care
Bank of 350 images on Evolve Resources.

Newly appointed editors Eleanor Main (UK) and Linda Denehy (Australia)
Content restructure and overhaul with contributions from over 60 world leading experts
Chapters on anatomy and physiology of the respiratory system
Clinical assessment of the adult, infant/child and the acutely ill/deteriorating patient
Outcome measurement in practiceTherapeutic interventionsManaging special populations
Over 180 new figures including additional full-colour photographs