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Management of patients with neuromuscular disease

by John R. Bach

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  • 11 Currently reading

Published by Hanley & Belfus in Philadelphia, PA .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Neuromuscular diseases -- Patients,
  • Neuromuscular Diseases,
  • Patient Care,
  • Ethics, Clinical

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 355-397) and index.

    Other titlesNeuromuscular disease
    StatementJohn R. Bach.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC925.55 .B33 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 414 p. :
    Number of Pages414
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3696727M
    ISBN 101560536047
    LC Control Number2003105543

    PATIENT-CENTERED MANAGEMENT: Care for swallowing disorders, nutritional counseling (cachexia, obesity), vaccinations and therapeutic education are integral elements of patient-centered management aiming to prevent the negative impact of infection and to manage respiratory failure of chronic neuromuscular disease. In the article “Self-management program improves participation in patients with neuromuscular disease: A randomized controlled trial” by Veenhuizen et al., .

    John R. Bach is the author of Management of Patients with Neuromuscular Disease ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Noninvasive Mech /5(3).   Patients with neuromuscular disease at high risk of severe COVID Study It analysed cases of serious neuromuscular complications and outcomes associated with the viral infection, and management considerations for patients on therapies to boost their immune system function during the COVID pandemic.

    With your help, the American Neuromuscular Foundation can fund research that will improve the lives of patients with neuromuscular diseases. Patients The American Association of Neuromuscular & Electrodiagnostic Medicine (AANEM) is America’s leading advocate for patients with muscle and nerve diseases. Neurologic and neuromuscular disorders can significantly complicate the clinical management of the obstetric patient. These disorders may have an impact on the course of pregnancy and/or lead to substantial challenges in the delivery of the parturient.


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Management of patients with neuromuscular disease by John R. Bach Download PDF EPUB FB2

We bought this book after my wife, with as of yet undiagnosed neuromuscular disease, saw the author, Dr. Bach. He is very practical, knows a lot, and is personable.

We felt this book was great for families of patients with neuromuscular diseases by: This book is an excellent reference for physicians who care for patients with chronic neuromuscular diseases.

It's authoritative, as the editor is dedicated to the care of this type of patients, but also comprehensive as it covers topics like nutrition, gastrointestinal and cardiac problems, disease assessment and evolution, management of the evolutive stages of physical limitation, and 5/5(6).

Purchase Management of Patients with Neuromuscular Disease - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNThis book is unique in offering viable management alternatives that result in a patients prolonged survival and enhanced quality of life. Key Features Unique because it offers descriptions of how to eliminate the respiratory or cardiac causes of complications and death for neuromuscular diseases.

Get this from a library. Management of patients with neuromuscular disease. [John R Bach] -- This book offers the interventions that the researchers and clinicians of the UMDNH-NJMS Center for Ventilator Management Alternatives and Pulmonary Rehabilitation have found most effective as well.

It analysed cases of serious neuromuscular complications and outcomes associated with the viral infection, and management considerations for patients on. Orthopedic Surgery in Neuromuscular Disorders Perioperative Management of Patients with Neuromuscular Disorders Part II.

Treatment and Management of Specific Neuromuscular Disorders. Treatment and Management of Adult Motor Neuron Diseases Treatment and Management of Spinal Muscular Atrophy and Congenital Myopathies.

Patients with Lambert–Eaton myasthenic syndrome and other paraneoplastic neuromuscular syndromes are very sensitive to both depolarizing and nondepolarizing NMBs.

Respiratory muscle degeneration in patients with muscular dystrophy interferes with an effective cough mechanism and leads to retention of secretions and frequent pulmonary infections.

“Neuromuscular Disorders in Children is consistently patient-centred, will help readers learn about the latest classification and treatment options for these diseases, and hopefully influence their attitudes and decisions caring for patients with NMDs.

With broad distribution, this book will help to improve the fate and quality of life of. Management of patients with neuromuscular disorders at the time of the SARS‑CoV‑2 pandemic Gianluca Costamagna 1 Elena Abati 1 Nereo Bresolin 1,2.

The University of Buffalo scientists cautioned that patients on immunotherapy and those with respiratory dysfunction secondary to their neuromuscular disease should be considered high risk for severe COVID infection and latest Healthcare online at cnbctvcom.

They added that immunotherapy treatments place these patients at greater risk of infection. The University of Buffalo scientists cautioned that patients on immunotherapy and those with respiratory dysfunction secondary to their neuromuscular disease should be considered high risk for severe Covid infection and complications.

To order Dr. Bach's books Just published: Management of Patients with Neuromuscular Diseases () Also: Noninvasive Mechanical Ventilation () "John R. Bach, M.D., is another must-read author in the NMD community. His book, Guide to the Evaluation and Management of Neuromuscular Disease (Hanley & Belfus, Inc., ), presents in plain language an excellent overview of the stages.

In this unique book, Dr. Bertorini guides you through more than cases that demonstrate the diagnosis and management of a wide range of common and rare neuromuscular disorders. No other reference boasts such a large array of clinical studies devoted to all areas of this broad topic.

Neuromuscular disorders affect the nerves that control voluntary muscles and the nerves that communicate sensory information back to the brain. Nerve cells (neurons) send and receive electrical messages to and from the body to help control voluntary muscles.

When the neurons become unhealthy or die, communication between the nervous system and muscles breaks down. Neuromuscular diseases are a heterogeneous group of neurologic diseases that affect a number of neural structures including the motor nerves, neuromuscular junctions, or the muscles themselves.

Although many of the diseases are rare, the total number of individuals who present to a pulmonologist or respiratory care provider is significant.

Approaches to care include regular and careful. Goncalves MR, Bach JR: Mechanical insufflation– exsufflation improves out-comes for neuromuscular disease patients with respiratory tract infections: A step in the right direction.

Am J Phys Med. This is a summary of the presentation on initiating noninvasive management of respiratory insufficiency in neuromuscular disease, presented as part of the program on pulmonary management of pediatric patients with neuromuscular disorders at the 30th annual Carrell-Krusen Neuromuscular Symposium on Febru Neuromuscular diseases (NMDs) are a heterogeneous group of diseases that are inherited or acquired, resulting from an abnormality in the anterior horn motor cells, peripheral nerves, neuromuscular.

Although performing exercise studies in patients with neuromuscular disorders (NMD) is difficult, the number of randomized controlled trials is steadily increasing. There is growing evidence for a positive effect of aerobic exercise in several NMD, on the other hand, the evidence for the effect of strength training is still scarce.

This article reviews (1) potential neuromuscular complications of COVID, (2) assessment and mitigation of COVIDrelated risk for patients with preexisting neuromuscular disease, (3) guidance for management of immunosuppressive and immunomodulatory therapies, (4) practical guidance regarding neuromuscular care delivery, telemedicine, and.physiotherapy management in patients with neuromuscular disease and respiratory problems katy buchan home niv lead/senior respiratory physiotherapist •complete care of the patient with nms disease requires measures to assist in lung volume recruitment and secretion clearance.

Respiratory muscle weakness is the main contributor to respiratory imbalance in patients with neuromuscular diseases (NMD). In the advanced stages of the disease, patients develop a chronic respiratory failure due to muscle weakness, which is the principal cause of death among these patients.

Respiratory muscle weakness ultimately causes alveolar hypoventilation, initially nocturnal.