There is evidence that the visibility of physiotherapy in current NZ cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation guidelines
and literature has begun to fade, with increased involvement of other professions in exercise-based rehabilitation.
13First-ever ASA rehabilitation guidelines
call for intensive, team approach.
There is now sufficient information to support evidence-based protocols and implement empirically-supported treatments for linguistic disability after traumatic brain injury and stroke, which can be used to develop linguistic rehabilitation guidelines
for patients with aphasia.
She was educated about the disease and managed for the backache on rehabilitation guidelines
. Gene mapping of her whole family was planned, but she was lost to follow up.
The American Physical Therapy Association provides work rehabilitation guidelines
, but many clinicians may not be aware of them or may have their own individualized definition.
Stroke rehabilitation guidelines
should be devised or modified from the current global guidelines tailored to the needs and resources available to a stroke patient in Pakistan.
However, few implementation plans reflected their own role in facilitating the implementation of stroke rehabilitation guidelines
. Further studies should provide supplementary support to managers, in order to facilitate their guideline implementation.
Exertional compartment syndrome: Review of the literature and proposed rehabilitation guidelines
following surgical release.
The perceptions of the nurses who participated in this study supported the New Zealand Cardiac Rehabilitation guidelines
(New Zealand Guidelines Group, 2002) in part by the belief that success relies on a team approach.
In addition, exam findings, diagnostics, management, and postoperative rehabilitation guidelines
Under the existing rehabilitation guidelines
, the PSE-upon receipt of a disclosure or any planned or actual filing of a petition for rehabilitation-will immediately impose a trading suspension on the shares of a company that is actually or potentially the subject of rehabilitation proceedings.