The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of a pulmonary rehabilitation program on functional mobility and oxygen metabolism in veterans with IPF.
What does PRP stand for?
PRP stands for Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program
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We have 329 other meanings of PRP in our Acronym Attic
- Protease Resistant Protein
- Pseudo Random Permutation (computer science; cryptography)
- Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program
- Psychological Refractory Period
- Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program (various locations)
- Public Radio Partnership (Louisville, KY, public radio station)
- Public Relations & Promotion Group (Russian marketing communications agency)
- Public Relations Personnel (US Navy)
- Public Relations Practitioner
- Public Relations Project (various organizations)
- Pulse Repetition Period
- Training and Procurement Division (US Navy)
- PlayRadioPlay! (band)
- Pacific Railroad Preservation Association (Portland, OR)
- Paleontological Resources Preservation Act of 2009
- Peel Regional Police Association (Mississauga, ON, Canada)
- Pennsylvania Rifle and Pistol Association
- Platte River Power Authority (Colorado & Wyoming)
- Polarization Reconfigurable Patch Antenna
- Post-Retirement Pension Adjustment (Alaska)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The authors chose to investigate whether breathing HH during exercise would increase exercise intensity and improve the outcomes of a pulmonary rehabilitation program.
While the benefits of pulmonary rehabilitation programs for COPD are well documented, the study has reported that access to this type of therapy is limited, especially among lower-income, minority and rural populations.
Pulmonary rehabilitation programs include patient assessments, exercise training, nutritional review, psychosocial support, and patient and family education.
Abstract: Research utilizing the Transtheoretical Model (TM) and social support within clinical exercise populations is lacking and this study assessed those constructs among cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation program participants.
The Pulmonary Rehabilitation program at the Elliot Hospital is celebrating its first anniversary, and the program -- which tailors exercise and education programs for persons with chronic lung disease -- has graduated more than 70 participants in the first year.