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This study will provide the evidence that during the postoperative period deep breathing exercise combined with physical training can positively influence the sleep duration and quality. This study will provide the evidence that during the postoperative period deep breathing exercise combined with physical training can positively influence the sleep duration and quality.


Clinical Trial Description

Subjects will be randomly placed into Control group and Interventional group. The control program will consist of Deep Breathing Exercises (from Morning to night every three hours; each session consisting of 10 deep breaths with a few seconds pause between each set, for 3 days) in addition with progressive Exercises. Two daily sessions with an average duration of 25 min will be performed. In addition to the physiotherapeutic program standardized by the hospital's team of physical therapists, the intervention group will perform additional Deep breathing Exercises (from Morning to night every three hours; each session consisting of 30 deep breaths with a few seconds pause between each set, for 3 days). Deep breathing exercises will start 48 hours after extubation and full education along with the routine care (i.e.: from the fourth to sixth postoperative day). ;


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NCT number NCT05058222
Study type Interventional
Source Riphah International University
Contact Imran Amjad, Phd
Phone 03324390125
Email [email protected]
Status Recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date October 15, 2020
Completion date September 30, 2021

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