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82 Implementation of a MND Respiratory Pathway
  1. Christina Edwards, Clinical Director,
  2. Karen Romain, Lead Physiotherapist and
  3. Catherine Clayton, Physiotherapist
  1. Trinity Hospice, London

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Introduction: Motor neurone disease (MND) is a relatively uncommon, terminal condition in which degeneration of both upper and lower motor neurones causes progressive physical disability. In this area, patients are seen by many different healthcare professionals from a variety of settings, but a formal pathway …

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