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Lung cancer pain

Tuca, Albert

Lung cancer (PC) is the fourth most common neoplasm if both sexes are considered, after breast, prostate and colon cancer (incidence of 29.2 / 100,000). This neoplasm is the leading cause of cancer death among men and the second among women (overall mortality of 23 ...


Clinical case of Pain in Lung Cancer

Tuca, Albert

66-year-old patient with no known drug allergies and former smoker. Medical history: insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, ischemic heart disease (acute myocardial infarction in 2005), spondylosis and disk protrusions in the lumbar spine and stage IIIA follicular lymphoma diagnosed in 2003, which was treated with polychemotherapy and is currently in complete remission ...


Cardiac rehabilitation to exertion

Arias Labrador, Eloi



Cardiac rehabilitation in pediatric population

Ferrer Sargues, Francisco José

Congenital heart disease: etiology, diagnosis, epidemiology and classification. Indications and contraindications of physical exercise. Risk stratification of the pediatric patient. Session planning: warm-up, aerobic training, strength training, cooling ...


Rehabilitation approach in a quadruped amputated patient: Cas Clínic

Monné Cuevas, Pol

Summary: Introduction: Amputation of the 4 limbs limits daily life activities (AVD). The current literature on rehabilitative treatment is scarce. Only one case has been found in which I used a myelecular upper limb (ES) (transradial) prosthesis and in no case did myoelectric prostheses be used at transhumeral level ...


Abandonment of physical exercise treatment in patients with or at risk of type 2 diabetes: a systematic review with meta-analysis

Jabardo-Camprubí, G.

Introduction Although both vigorous (MIT) and vigorous (HIT) exercise have proven to be useful in improving the quality of life and health of patients with or at risk of suffering from type 2 diabetes (DT2), the HIT, By having a better time-effectiveness relationship, it has become popular in recent years to avoid the most cited barrier when it comes to joining a training program; the lack of time (1) ...