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 ISSN: 0970-2113

 May-June 2021
 Vol: 38
 Issue:  3

 

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Editorial
Pulmonary rehabilitation: Too many ifs and buts
Deepak Talwar
Pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) has proven its worth beyond doubt evident by latest Cochrane analysis concluding in agreement with all earlier versions since 1996 till 2015 restating it being benefici...
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Effect of home-based pulmonary rehabilitation on health-related quality of life, lung function, exercise tolerance, and dyspnea in chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder patients in a tertiary care center in South India
N Priya, Barney T J Isaac, Balamugesh Thangakunam, Devasahayam J Christopher
Context: Home-based pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) can increase compliance in chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD). There is paucity of data on this in India. Aims: To study th...
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Challenges, experiences, and postoperative outcomes in setting up first successful lung transplant unit in India
Vijil Rahulan, Unmil Shah, Pavan Yadav, Srinivasa Ravipathy, Apar Jindal, S Suresh, HS Sandeepa, Pradeep Kumar, Anoop Mohandas, Sharanya Kumar, Shivaprakash Shivanna, Santosh Kori, Prabhat Dutta, Prem Anand, BN Mahesh, N Madhusudana, BV Bhaskar, G Balasubramani, Sandeep Attawar
Background: Lung transplantation (LT) has emerged as a definitive cure for a plethora of end-stage lung diseases (ESLDs). With improvements in immune-suppression protocols, the posttransplant...
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