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IJTRR. 2014; 3(3): 24-32

Effects of conventional chest physical therapy versus expiratory flow increased technique on cardio pulmonary stress in infants with oxygen therapy

Jani Chaitsi K., Gopal Nambi S., E. Shanmugananth.

In this study we were compared two chest physical therapy techniques conventional chest physical therapy and expiratory flow increase technique on fragile infants who were on oxygen therapy & admitted in NICU. Both the techniques were already proven to be effective for removing secretions.Small change in environment can be a stressful to the infants. So, in this study our aim is to find out among these two techniques which is less stressful, effective and safer for infants which can be follow in clinical practice & by that infants obtained benefits.

Key words: conventional chest physical therapy, expiratory flow increased technique, infants.

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