Kardiyak Rehabilitasyon: Endikasyonları, Hasta Seçimi ve Kontrendikasyonlar

Figen Ayhan, F.
December 2010
Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Sciences / Fizikse;12/15/2010, Vol. 13, p33
Academic Journal
Cardiac rehabilitation refers to coordinated and multifaceted interventions designed to optimize a cardiac patient's physical, psychological, and social functioning, in addition to reducing death and disability. We have reviewed the cardiac rehabilitation concept mainly on the basis of inclusion/exclusion criteria with performance measures and the core components with corresponding guidelines in this special section. Patients should be vigorously encouraged to attend these programs. Lifelong adherence to regular physical activity, a heart healthy diet, a prescribed medication regimen, and smoking cessation is needed to maintain the benefits of cardiac rehabilitation programs.


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