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Research progress in pulmonary rehabilitation in patients who have been weaned off mechanical ventilation: A review article.

BACKGROUND: Patients who have been treated with mechanical ventilation for more than 72 hours are susceptible to symptoms such as hypoxia and respiratory muscle fatigue after weaning, which may result in weaning difficulty and delay, as well as an increased incidence of negative emotions such as anxiety and depression. Correct pulmonary rehabilitation exercise technique and timing can improve the weaning success rate, reduce the disability rate, and reduce the incidence of pulmonary infection, as well as reduce medical expenses.

OBJECTIVE: This article provides a review of pulmonary rehabilitation interventions for mechanically ventilated patients, searching relevant literature through databases such as CNKI and PubMed, aiming to provide guidance for the successful weaning of mechanically ventilated patients.

METHODS: We selected articles related to pulmonary rehabilitation interventions for mechanically ventilated patients from CNKI (China National Knowledge Infrastructure) and PubMed over the years.

RESULTS: This article provides a comprehensive review of the research on lung rehabilitation for patients who are mechanically ventilated during the weaning process in an effort to serve as a guide for a successful transition from mechanical ventilation.

CONCLUSION: Early pulmonary rehabilitation training can effectively increase the pulmonary function level and ventilation function of patients and reduce the duration of mechanical ventilation and hospitalization, and is an effective, safe, and feasible treatment method.

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