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Patient education programme reduces rate of post-operative pulmonary complications

News item - Posted on 07/06/2016

7 June 2016 A pre-operative patient education programme involving physios has approximately halved the rate of post-operative ...

CSP launches ‘one-stop shop’ for cardiorespiratory physios

News item - Posted on 16/12/2015

16 December 2015 A resource developed by the CSP could help physio staff working with people with cardiorespiratory conditions to ...

Association of postoperative pulmonary complications with delayed mobilisation following major abdominal surgery: an observational cohort study

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 22/05/2013

Objectives Previous Australian studies reported that postoperative pulmonary complications affect 13% of patients undergoing upper abdominal laparotomy. This study measured the incidence of ...

Chest patients most likely to die in hospital, says report

Frontline article - Posted on 04/07/2011

Two thirds of people would like to die at home, but only 13 per cent of those with chest disease (other than lung cancer) do so, says a new report. ...

Chest patients most likely to die in hospital, says report

News item - Posted on 20/06/2011

20 June 2011 Two thirds of people would like to die at home, but only 13 per cent of those with chest disease (other than lung ...

Alive and well... los 33

News item - Posted on 04/11/2010

4 November 2010 With the dangers of mining in the spotlight, Gary Henson looks at the physio issues for the men who work in such ...

Alive and well… los 33

Frontline article - Posted on 02/11/2010

With the dangers of mining in the spotlight, Gary Henson looks at the physio issues for the men who work in such conditions – and speaks exclusively to the Chilean physio who helped los 33 during and after ...

Efficacy and safety of normal saline instillation: A systematic review

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 28/09/2010

Objective To investigate the efficacy and safety of the technique of instillation of normal saline prior to suction of airways in intubated patients. Data sources Databases searched ...

In The Light of Experience

Frontline article - Posted on 14/09/2010

How does personal experience of illness or disability affect physios’ attitudes to practice and patients? Joanna Lyall spoke to some about their changed perspectives ...

CSP’s 2010 Annual Representative Conference - Glasgow

Frontline article - Posted on 02/03/2010

Here we continue our coverage of the CSP’s 2010 Annual Representative Conference held in Glasgow last month. The CSP’s 2010 Annual ...

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