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Effects of Respiratory Muscle Training on the Incidence of Pneumonia in Neurological and Neurosurgical Early Rehabilitation: Results from a Matched-Pair Analysis.

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Summary of "Effects of Respiratory Muscle Training on the Incidence of Pneumonia in Neurological and Neurosurgical Early Rehabilitation: Results from a Matched-Pair Analysis."

Most disorders in neurological and neurosurgical early rehabilitation (NNER) are associated with an increased pneumonia risk. Respiratory therapy aims to prevent respiratory complications. However, there are no studies showing an effect of respiratory muscle training on the incidence of pneumonia in NNER.

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Name: Die Rehabilitation
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