A STUDY TO ASSESS THE RESPIRATORY STATUS OF PATIENTS WHO HAVE UNDERGONE CARDIO THORACIC AND VASCULAR SURGERY DURING PRETEST

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A. R. BHARATHI

Abstract

The post-operative pulmonary complications predominately rose from the breathing difficulties as the result of the cardiac surgeries.  The preoperative procedures are available for enhancing the breathing capacity of the lungs. The present study aimed to analyse the impacts of the pre- operative breathing training in the patients who undergone for the cardiac surgery. The exercise with intensive spirometer, deep breathing, continuous positive airway pressure and mobilization of ambulation were given to the preoperative patients. The study showed that significant differences exist between the breathing efficiency between the trained and non- trained patients.

Keywords:
Aassess, pulmonary complications, cardio thoracic, pretest, health professionals, breathing exercises

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BHARATHI, A. R. (2021). A STUDY TO ASSESS THE RESPIRATORY STATUS OF PATIENTS WHO HAVE UNDERGONE CARDIO THORACIC AND VASCULAR SURGERY DURING PRETEST. UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY, 42(24), 289-292. Retrieved from http://mbimph.com/index.php/UPJOZ/article/view/2694
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