Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy: Management and Case Studies | Physiotherapy CanadaCardiopulmonary Physical Therapy provides a comprehensive overview of the essential competencies of cardiopulmonary physiotherapy and is applicable to a wide variety of practice settings, including acute care and outpatient rehabilitation. A great resource for new or experienced physiotherapists working with clients with cardiopulmonary conditions, this book would also make a good tool for teaching physiotherapy students and new graduates the essentials of this area of practice. The book is divided into three parts. Part 1 begins with a basic review of anatomy, physiology, and the pathophysiology associated with common acute and chronic respiratory and cardiovascular conditions, then breaks down the essential components of cardiopulmonary physiotherapy assessment and treatment techniques into concise chapters that together provide the foundational knowledge to manage people with these conditions. Part 2 consists of 24 cardiopulmonary cases covering a wide range of common cardiopulmonary conditions, and Part 3 provides a handy answer guide to each case—making this book an ideal choice for the academic setting. Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy offers several great teaching resources, and thus would make an excellent textbook for an entry-to-practice physiotherapy programme.
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