The impact of pulmonary rehabilitation on the quality of life of patients with respiratory dysfunctions (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and bronchial asthma) aged 50-70 years hospitalized in the Pulmonary Rehabilitation Ward in the Pulmonary-Cardiological Spaecialistic Hospital in Torzym
Keywordsquality of life, pulmonary rehabilitation, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, bronchial asthma
AbstractA comprehensive look at bronchial asthma and COPD is closely related to determining the quality of life of patients. This is especially important in chronic respiratory diseases. Recently, the physical, psychological and social problems that patients with these disease entities are facing more and more often. Scientific reports focus primarily on the impact of these chronic diseases on the mental state of patients, their emotions, personality changes, changes in the value system and cognitive function impairment. The artillery describes the results of a study conducted on the SF-36 quality of life questionnaire on pulmonary patients on the day of admission to a pulmonary rehabilitation ward and after 21 days of rehabilitation. The quality of life of patients has changed significantly.
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