Hot Topics

HOT TOPICS

CARDIOVASCULAR PHYSIOTHERAPY IN ADULT
  • New methods of evaluating responses to physical training
  • Exercise prescription in cardiovascular disease: evidence-based perspective
  • Exercise physiology perspectives for peripheral artery disease
  • Cardiac rehabilitation in Brazil:  insights and perspectives according to experiences around the world
RESPIRATORY PHYSIOTHERAPY IN ADULT
  • Innovations and technological incorporations in respiratory physiotherapy, pulmonary rehabilitation and sleep disorders
  • Current challenges in the functional evaluation and therapeutic management of exacerbated chronic lung disease
  • Current trends and perspectives in the evaluation, monitoring and increase of physical activity
  • What is new in technological resources and technics for pulmonary expansion and removal of bronchial secretion
  • Health education and development of soft skills in the context of respiratory physiotherapy
NEONATAL AND PEDIATRIC CARDIOPULMONARY PHYSIOTHERAPY
  • Innovation and technologies applied to prescription and responses to exercise and physical activity
  • Science and technologies in the methods of evaluation of the cardiorespiratory system as effect markers
  • Technologies in the education and accompaniment of children and adolescents with chronic disease
  • Science applied to physiotherapeutic intervention resources and devices in pediatrics
PHYSIOTHERAPY IN NEONATAL AND PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE
  • Small signs, big diagnoses: transforming practice for the management of neonatal morbidity
  • Positive-pressure ventilation: how innovation and technology can contribute to the intervention of physiotherapy
  • Technology and innovation involving the humanized care in neonatology
  • Innovation in rehabilitation and pediatric virtual reality
  • Implications of the mechanical circulatory assistance to the physiotherapy
PHYSIOTHERAPY IN ADULT INTENSIVE CARE
  • Scales and instruments for functional evaluation in critically ill patients
  • Interventions of respiratory physiotherapy in ventilated patients: removal of bronchial secretion and respiratory muscle training
  • Use of ultrasound by physiotherapists in intensive care
  • Interventions for mobilization in critical patients: cycloergometer and electrostimulation
  • Advanced modes of mechanic ventilation and patient-ventilator asynchrony

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