Effects of Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program To Prevent Exacerbation in Patient With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease In Community

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ประเสริฐ ศรีนวล จริยาวัตร คมพยัคฆ์ หทัยชนก บัวเจริญ

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This Quasi-experimental research aim to assess the effects of pulmonary rehabilitation program among chronic obstructive pulmonary disease(COPD) patients in community. 30 COPD patients who met the criteria were recruited in the study, The sample were split into 2 groups, 15 of them were experimental group who received pulmonary rehabilitation program the others 15 were comparative group who received normal care. Data gathering tools were personal interview form of COPD and risk factors of exacerbation, health assessment form, and evaluation of dyspnea were include DVAS, FEV1, PEF and blowing-sucking water bottom. The period of the study were 12 weeks. Data were analyzed by mean, standard deviation and use Mann- whitney U test The results revealed that the experimental group had an average of dyspnea score; from evaluation as following ; DVAS = 24 (S.D = 9.10) , FEV1 = 1.72 (S.D = 0.32) , PEF = 3.73 (S.D = 54.05) and blowing-sucking water bottom = 8.78 (S.D = 0.74). The comparative group had an average score of dyspnea from evaluation as following ; DVAS = 26 (S.D = 9.85), FEV1 = 1.69 (S.D = 0.32),PEF = 3.95 (S.D = 42.13) and blowing-sucking water bottom = 7.39 (S.D = 1.17). When compared dyspnea by Mann- whitney U test. Experimental group and comparative group was non-significant difference at .05 when assessment of DVAS, FEV1 and PEF but assessment of blowing-sucking water bottom found comparison group have dyspnea less than experimental group was statistical significant difference at .01 (p-value =.002)

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ศรีนวลป, คมพยัคฆ์จ, บัวเจริญห. Effects of Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program To Prevent Exacerbation in Patient With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease In Community. Journal of The Royal Thai Army Nurses [Internet]. 21Aug.2019 [cited 22Nov.2019];20(2):351-9. Available from: https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JRTAN/article/view/210483
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