Chest Physiotherapy

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RESEARCH SYNOPSIS compare the effectiveness of hyperinflation techniques together with chest physiotherapy in the management of lung collapse

Research Facilitator: Dr . M Usman Khan Coordinator ADPT , Ziauddin University

Research Group Members:
 Mahrukh Mahmood
 Saeed Sheikh
 Farah Naz
 Sania
 Shazia

Table of Context

S.no CONTEXT PAGE NO.
1. TOPIC Page 3
2. REPORT OF THE PROBLEM Page 3
3. HYPOTHESIS Page 4
4. AIMS PLUS OBJECT Page 4
5. REVIEW OF LITERATURE Page 4-6
6. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Page 6-7
7. REFRENCES
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By decreasing atelectasis, this decrease ventilation perfusion gap and increases gas exchange move pulmonary secretions, Increase lung compliance, Manual hyperinflation may be showed in patients demanding mechanical ventilation and self-ventilating tracheostomy patients who have Chest x-ray alter the lung collapse and consolidation or by areas which are less ventilated on auscultation. The capability to monitor patients’ response (Heart rate, blood pressure and oxygen saturations) is essential. Manual hyperinflation can reduce respiratory drive by decreasing the partial pressure of carbon dioxide in arterial blood (PaCO2) this is an significant concern in treatment of subject with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease [1] In monitoring units physiotherapists deal with intubated patients normally with lung collapse, it is seen that furthermost of the patients went for bronchoscopy technique to expand the lung. Pulmonologists are going for bronchoscopy which is very expensive procedure and having risks of bleeding and infection.
Complications with the application of Manual hyperinflation technique can arise from the incorrect use of Manual hyperinflation and incorrect patient selection. In order to ensure safe effective delivery of Manual hyperinflation technique in patient care, patients should not have any of the

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