Effect of RMST on respiratory muscle strength in Parkinson’s

RMST & Parkinsons Many people with Parkinson’s disease (PD) have severely reduced inspiratory and expiratory muscle strength. In addition, they often suffer from obstructive or restrictive pulmonary disease and respiratory…

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The effect of RMST on respiratory muscle strength cough post stroke

Importance of Cough Function Coughing protects the lungs from aspiration, but is less effective in people with respiratory muscle weakness. Aspiration can lead to pneumonia, a common complication after stroke.…

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RMST improves speech and pulmonary function in COPD patients in a home based setting

Nina Bausek, Na, PhD, MSC; Luzelle Havenga, Lb, BPhysT; Sigfredo Aldarondo Sc , MD, FCCP. Clinical Context & Key Findings Home-based COPD management, as provided by certified home-based providers, represents…

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Should respiratory muscle training (RMST) be standard of care for all patients at risk of prolonged hospitalisation?

Respiratory Muscle Training (RMST) Respiratory muscle training (RMST) has proven effective in the pre- and postoperative care to prevent respiratory muscle weakness. Evidence has shown that RMT reduces length of…

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