Comparision of Active Cycle of Breathing Technique and Autogenic Drainage Technique in Patient Who Had Under Gone Laparotomy

Authors

  • Vinal Charpot
  • Anjali bhise
  • Neela Soni

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijpot.v15i3.16184

Keywords:

AD, ACBT, laprotomy, PFT, Chest Expansion

Abstract

Objective: To Find Out Effectiveness of AD and ADT in the Patients Who Had Under Gone Laprotomy
Method: Study design: Comparative Study
Study Setting: It Was Concluded In General Surgical Wards In Civil Hospital, Ahmadabad.
Study Duration: 3 months. The duration of treatment programmed for each subjects was 3-to 4 days.
Sample selection: Patients (between 25 years to50 years) who had under gone laprotomy were selected for
this study, total 40 patients were selected for this study on the basis of inclusion and exclusion criteria.
Results: There was significant improvement in parameters of the patients of two groups after treatment by
autogenic drainage and active cycle of breathing technique within the surgical wards.
Conclusion: This study suggests that there is no significant deference in effects of obtained with autogenic
drainage and active cycle of breathing techniques. It was also observed that individually autogenic drainage
and active cycle of breathing techniques are significantly effective.

Author Biographies

Vinal Charpot

Lecturer, Physiotherapist, At Government Physiotherapy College and Government Spine
Institute, Civil Hospital, Ahmadabad

Anjali bhise

Principal, Lecturer At Government Physiotherapy College and Government Spine
Institute, Civil Hospital, Ahmadabad

Neela Soni

Academic Director, SKUM Physiotherapy College, Ahmedabad. Gujrat

Published

2021-06-09