Clinical effectiveness and models of pulmonary rehabilitation in low-resource-settings: a systematic review

May 2019
Respiratory topics
  • Disease management
Type of resource
IPCRG Prize Winning Abstract
Conference
Bucharest 2019
Author(s)
GM Monsur Habib1, Roberto Rabinovich2, Kalyani Divgi3, Salahuddin Ahmed4, Samir Saha5, Sally Singh6, Aftab Uddin7, Nazim Uzzaman8, Hilary Pinnock9 1Primary Care Respiratory Group; Bangladesh, 2ELEGI/Colt laboratory, Centre for Inflammation Research, QMRI, The University of Edinburgh and Respiratory Department, Royal Infirmary Edinburgh, 3Chest Research Foundation, Pune, 4NIHR Global Health Research Unit on Respiratory Health (RESPIRE), Usher Institute of Population Health Science and Informatics, University of Edinburgh, 5Dhaka Shishu Hospital, 6Pulmonary and Cardiac Rehabilitation, Department of Respiratory Medicine (Acute Division), University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust., 7International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 8Bangladesh Primary Care Respiratory Society, 9NIHR Global Health Research Unit on Respiratory Health (RESPIRE), Usher Institute of Population Health Sciences and Informatics, The University of Edinburgh

Clinical effectiveness and models of pulmonary rehabilitation in low-resource-settings: a systematic review