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Pulmonary physiotherapy and aerobic exercise programs can improve cognitive functions and functional ability.

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The increasing prevalence of dementia over the previous decades has been accompanied by numerous social and economic problems. The importance of exercise in the prevention of dementia coupled with the impact of aspiration pneumonia on the mortality and morbidity of dementia patients cannot be overstated. This study investigates the effects of pulmonary rehabilitation combined with aerobic stretching exercises on the cognitive function, life quality, effort capacity, and level of depression in patients with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) in the early stages of dementia.

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Name: Ideggyogyaszati szemle
ISSN: 0019-1442
Pages: 423-430

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