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AbstractThe aim was to compare the effect of diaphragmatic breathing exercise (DBE), flow- (FIS) and volume-oriented incentive spirometry (VIS) on pulmonary function- (PFT), functional capacity-6-Minute Walk Test (6 MWT) and Functional Difficulties Questionnaire (FDQ) in subjects undergoing Coronary Artery Bypass Graft surgery (CABG). The purpose of incorporating pulmonary ventilator regimes is to improve ventilation and avoid post-operative pulmonary complications. CABG patients (n = 72) weredoi:10.1038/s41598-021-86281-4 pmid:33762655 fatcat:s4xiozhoc5f3hhxz2bx2qbarv4