Cardiopulmonary Symptoms in Physical Therapy Practice
Meryl Cohen, Theresa Hoskins Michel
Churchill Livingstone, Jan 1, 1988 - Medical - 278 pages
Designed to assist evaluations and the interpretation of chart information, this is a practical guide for the physiotherapist who faces treatment decisions for patients with orthopaedic, neurologic, sports and surgical disorders, who in addition have cardiopulmonary histories or diagnoses.
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