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REHABILITATION.

Reviews a research article on a hospital program. In-hospital, short-term training program for patients with chronic airway obstruction. Author's purpose to examine whether short-term rehabilitation program produces the same outcomes as long-term. Cost analysis comparison. Research design. Data analyses and findings.
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CRITICAL EVALUATION OF ARTICLE ON REHABILITATION
Rehabilitation consists of a treatment or treatments designed to facilitate the process of recovery from injury, illness, or disease in patients back to as normal a condition as possible. This paper reviews an article on a short-term rehabilitation program for patients with chronic air-way obstruction. The article is:
Clini, E. (November, 2001). In-hospital short-term training program for patients with chronic airway obstruction. Chest, 120, 1500-1505.
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Research Problem/Purpose
Based on a brief but to-the-point review of the literature, Clini (2001) shows that the existing research on rehabilitation programs

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