Electromyographic and measurement of maximum expiratory pressure in neurological patients: prospective study

I. Velludo (CAMPINAS, Brazil), J. Nascimento (CAMPINAS, Brazil), G. Nahas (CAMPINAS, Brazil), R. Tonella (CAMPINAS, Brazil), A. Heidemann (CAMPINAS, Brazil), L. Figueiredo (CAMPINAS, Brazil), A. Falcao (CAMPINAS, Brazil), L. Souza (CAMPINAS, Brazil), D. Faez (CAMPINAS, Brazil)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Chronic respiratory disease: respiratory muscle function, breathing exercises and airway clearance techniques
Disease area: Respiratory critical care

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