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Exercise training is a key issue in cardiac rehabilitation and secondary cardiac prevention. Intensity ranges for training pre-scription are included in several guidelines regarding secondary prevention and cardiac rehabilitation

Cardiac rehabilitation in the elderly Aerobic interval training and continuous training equally improve aerobic exercise capacity in patients with coronary artery disease: th. .

Cardiac rehabilitation in the elderly. Prog Cardiovasc Dis. 2014;57(2):152–9. An overview of current strategies to increase cardiac rehabilitations focusing on the areas of increasing referrals, increasing enrollment, and improving adherence Scholar. Aerobic interval training and continuous training equally improve aerobic exercise capacity in patients with coronary artery disease: the SAINTEX-CAD study.

After 4 weeks of cardiac rehabilitation, patients significantly improved in.Keywords cardiac rehabilitation, exercise performance, oxygen uptake, quality of life.

After 4 weeks of cardiac rehabilitation, patients significantly improved in absolute values of the cardiopulmonary exercise test, 6MWT, and QOL scores. Significant differences between groups were found for peak V̇O2 (IG: 1. ± . mL·kg−1·min−1 vs. CG: 1. mL·kg−1·min−1, P <. 05); maximal power output (IG: 7. ± 16 W vs. CG: 6. ± 15 W, P <. 05); 6MWT (IG: 45. 7. m vs. CG: 40. ± 7. m, P <. 05); and QOL global (IG: . vs. CG: ., P <.

Cardiac rehabilitation can promote recovery, enable patients to achieve and maintain better health, and reduce risk of.Cardiac rehabilitation involves long term maintenance of changed behaviour.

Cardiac rehabilitation can promote recovery, enable patients to achieve and maintain better health, and reduce risk of death in people who have heart disease. A combination of exercise, psychological interventions, and education appears to be the most effective form of cardiac rehabilitation. However, important questions remain to be answered as to the optimal mix of components. Cost and cost-effectiveness.

Eleven cardiac patients (testing group) and 22 cardiac patients (training group) underwent ambulatory electrocardiogram (ECG) . The findings showed only minor events provoked during the SWT or exercise training, and no event-related hospitalisation, syncope episodes or fatality.

Eleven cardiac patients (testing group) and 22 cardiac patients (training group) underwent ambulatory electrocardiogram (ECG) monitoring during the SWT and exercise training during a long-term cardiac rehabilitation programme. Frequency of ECG events was reported for the two groups. The most important cardiac event was silent myocardial ischaemia (testing group: 2. %; training group: 18%).

Unfortunately, cardiac rehabilitation remains considerably underutilized mainly . Contraindications to cardiac rehabilitation only concern the exercise aspect of the program

Unfortunately, cardiac rehabilitation remains considerably underutilized mainly because of referral problems and poor enrollment. The development of alternate approaches and the use of transtelephonic and other means of monitoring and surveillance will help expand the utilization of cardiac rehabilitation. In cardiac rehabilitation centers, patients learn stress management and other self-control tools which in return will affect the control of the risk factors. Contraindications to cardiac rehabilitation only concern the exercise aspect of the program. All the other components of the program can be pursued.

Background Cardiac rehabilitation aims to reverse limitations experienced by patients who have suffered the adverse pathophysiologic and psychological consequences of cardiac events

Background Cardiac rehabilitation aims to reverse limitations experienced by patients who have suffered the adverse pathophysiologic and psychological consequences of cardiac events.

Exercise prescription – Clinical application in patients with cardiac disease – Current recommendations: focus on intensity, Patient outcomes related to exercise within cardiac rehabilitation settings, Future considerations Disclosures: NONE Auburn University Alabama What i.

Exercise prescription – Clinical application in patients with cardiac disease – Current recommendations: focus on intensity, Patient outcomes related to exercise within cardiac rehabilitation settings, Future considerations Disclosures: NONE Auburn University Alabama What is AACVPR? National professional association of multidisciplinary health professionals dedicated to the care of cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation patients.

Thus, maximal cardiac output during exercise is the product of augmentation of both stroke volume and H. Fletcher et al Exercise Standards for Testing and Training 3. strenuous exertion in the upright position, depending on genetic endowment and level of training

Thus, maximal cardiac output during exercise is the product of augmentation of both stroke volume and HR. Vȯ 2max is equal to the prod-uct of maximum cardiac output and maximum arteriovenous. strenuous exertion in the upright position, depending on genetic endowment and level of training. HR Response The immediate response of the cardiovascular system to exer-cise is an increase in HR that is attributable to a decrease in vagal tone, followed by an increase in sympathetic outflow. 5 During dynamic exercise, HR in sinus rhythm increases lin-early with workload and oxygen demand.

Each book in the "Current Issues in Cardiac Rehabilitation" series is written by leaders in the field and presents a thorough review of the latest research on a cardiac rehabilitation topic, identifies implications for professional practice and describes how model cardiac rehabilitation programs have applied these findings in innovative ways. This book explains the art and science of tailoring cardiac rehabilitation programs for the elderly. In addition to summarizing research on testing and prescription for elderly patients, the book provides cardiac rehabilitation practitioners and students with information for applying these findings in practice. Working with elderly cardiac patients poses special challenges because individual ages, fitness levels and health statuses vary so widely. Many patients also have one or more chronic diseases that affect exercise ability, including arthritis, vascular disease and pulmonary disease. Dr Williams describes how these factors affect exercise testing and offers suggestions for ways cardiac rehabilitation practitioners can adjust their patients' exercise prescriptions accordingly.
Exercise Testing and Training in the Elderly Cardiac Patient (Current Issues in Cardiac Rehabilitation, Monograph No. 1) download epub
Medicine & Health Sciences
Author: Mark A. Williams
ISBN: 0873226216
Category: Other
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Human Kinetics; 1 edition (January 1, 1994)
Pages: 136 pages