Algorithm of rehabilitation examination of children with bronchopulmonary diseases

Nataliya Ivasyk


Purpose: to develop the algorithm of rehabilitation examination for children with bronchopulmonary diseases.

Material & Methods: analysis, generalization, systematization and comparison of data of scientific and methodical literature on problems of physical rehabilitation at bronchopulmonary diseases.

Results: the offered algorithm of rehabilitation examination of children with bronchopulmonary diseases provides the consecutive application of such methods as: poll, physical examination, functional examination and method of indexes, which analysis allows defining the rehabilitation diagnosis, which is the basis of technology of the rehabilitation process.

Conclusions: rehabilitation examination is the compound of physical rehabilitation which is carried out for the purpose of definition of the rehabilitation diagnosis and is based on subjective, objective assessments and data of supervision. The consecutive carrying out of the complex rehabilitation examination on the offered algorithm and the detailed analysis of its results will promote the determination of rehabilitation potential, the reasons of violations from various systems of organism and individualization of the rehabilitation process of children with bronchopulmonary diseases.


rehabilitation examination; bronchopulmonary diseases

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