Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Pulmonary rehabilitation, also known as respiratory rehabilitation, is an important part of the management and health maintenance of people with chronic respiratory disease who remain symptomatic or continue to have decreased function despite standard medical treatment. It is a broad therapeutic concept. It is defined by the American Thoracic Society and the European Respiratory Society as an evidence-based, multidisciplinary, and comprehensive intervention for patients with chronic respiratory diseases who are symptomatic and often have decreased daily life activities.

 In general, pulmonary rehabilitation refers to a series of services that are administered to patients of respiratory disease and their families, typically to attempt to improve the quality of life for the patient. Pulmonary rehabilitation may be carried out in a variety of settings, depending on the patient's needs, and may or may not include pharmacologic intervention.  Pulmonary rehabilitation is generally specific to the individual patient, with the objective of meeting the needs of the patient.


  • What is Pulmonary Rehabilitation?
  • Where Is Pulmonary Rehabilitation Administered?
  • What happens after finishing a Pulmonary Rehabilitation program?
  • What happens on a Pulmonary Rehabilitation course
  • What to Expect After Pulmonary Rehabilitation?
  • What Are the Benefits and Risks of Pulmonary Rehabilitation?

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