Risk Evaluation in Action for Cardiovascular Health

Gilski, Donna J.; Borkenhagen, Brenda
February 2005
Critical Care Nurse;Feb2005, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p26
Academic Journal
Focuses on the Risk Evaluation in Action for Cardiovascular Health (REACH) program. Explanation on the secondary risk reduction strategies for atherosclerotic disease; Role of nurses in the REACH program; Information on the two phases of the implementation of the program.


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