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2017 | 5 | 155-166
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The role of physical activity in the rehabilitation of patients suffering from mild persistent bronchial asthma

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The aim of research is to study the role of physical activity for rehabilitation of patients suffered from mild persistent asthma during their treatment at hospital. The study involved 30 patients being in hospital due to the exacerbation of asthmatic disease. The program of physical rehabilitation is based on the survey results of patients, paying attention to their functional state, rapid assessment of health and physical features of the disease. The use of dosed physical activity while physical rehabilitation of patients suffered from mild persistent asthma has improved functional status of their cardiovascular and respiratory systems, physical performance, quality of life, helped to control the disease.
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  • National University of Water and Environmental Engineering, Rivne, Ukraine, grigus03@gmail.com
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