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Global Assessment

  • Sally Singh
Chapter

Abstract

The initial assessment of the patient is critical to the overall success of pulmonary rehabilitation, it is important to invest time with the patient and if possible the carer/partner to secure a comprehensive evaluation of the patient, their social circumstances and their willingness and barriers to engagement. Furthermore the exercise and education components of the programme, delivered by the multidisciplinary team require specific detail information on exercise limitation and symptom burden to prescribe an exercise training programme to maximise the opportunities for a successful outcome for both the individual and the service delivering the programme.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Centre for Exercise and Rehabilitation ScienceUniversity Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, Glenfield HospitalLeicesterUK

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