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Respiratory physiotherapy

VOL: 98, ISSUE: 12, PAGE NO: 58Ruth Morley, BSc, is senior physiotherapist in acute medicine, St Thomas’ Hospital, LondonRespiratory observations have long been a cornerstone of the regular assessment of patients on a medical ward. But how easy is it to identify a problem, and how should health care professionals deal with an acutely unwell chest patient?

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