Daily functioning of dyspnea, self-esteem and physical self in patients with moderate COPD before, during and after a first inpatient rehabilitation program

Abstract : Inpatient rehabilitation improves dyspnea and increases self-esteem between admission and discharge in patients with moderate chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Some researchers nevertheless argue that the changes may be due to nursing effects and thus that scores will decrease quickly at home after discharge. This study assessed the change in dyspnea, self-esteem and physical self mean scores and stability in patients with moderate COPD during three consecutive four-week periods: at home, during an inpatient rehabilitation program, and again at home post-discharge.
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Disability and Rehabilitation, Informa Healthcare/Taylor and Francis, 2009, 29 (22), pp.1671 - 1678. 〈10.1080/09638280601055949〉
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Alain Varray, Grégory Ninot, Grégory Moullec, Jacques Desplan, Christian Prefaut. Daily functioning of dyspnea, self-esteem and physical self in patients with moderate COPD before, during and after a first inpatient rehabilitation program. Disability and Rehabilitation, Informa Healthcare/Taylor and Francis, 2009, 29 (22), pp.1671 - 1678. 〈10.1080/09638280601055949〉. 〈hal-01622363〉

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