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So, the Council on Rehabilitation of the International Society of Cardiology is really grateful to Professor Dr. .Psychological Problems of Cardiac Rehabilitation

So, the Council on Rehabilitation of the International Society of Cardiology is really grateful to Professor Dr. HALHUBER and Dr. Dr. STOCKSMEIER for giving the opportunity to specialists to discuss together this particular aspect of coronary disease. The discussions have been devoted to the methods of approaching the patient as well as to the therapeutic aspects and the role of psychologists in the rehabilitation programmes: some papers have been devoted also to the possible role of the personality as a risk factor in the development of the disease. Psychological Problems of Cardiac Rehabilitation.

MULCAHY, . The Rehabilitation of Patients with Coronary Heart Disease: A Clinician's View

MULCAHY, . The Rehabilitation of Patients with Coronary Heart Disease: A Clinician's View. 62. JOHNSON, . The Cardiac Environment. Even after a scientific breakthrough in learning the cause of coronary disease, which must precede any more specific medical prevention or treatment, the social factors contributing to the development of the disease will still be of paramount importance. 3. After seven years of experience in the rehabilitation of many thousands of patients with coronary heart disease in this center, I believe in psychotherapy as a very important tool in the rehabilitation of cardiacs.

Patients with clinically significant symptoms of distress should be referred for .

Patients with clinically significant symptoms of distress should be referred for psychological counselling or psychologically focused interventions and/or l treatment. To conclude, the success of CR may critically depend on the interdependence of the body and mind and this interaction needs to be reflected through the assessment and management of PSRFs in line with robust scientific evidence, by trained staff, integrated within the core CR team. Cardiac rehabilitation; cardiovascular disease; coronary heart disease; psychological stress; risk factors; screening; treatment.

So, the Council on Rehabilitation of the International Society of Cardiology is really grateful to Professor Dr.

We investigated the effect of cardiac rehabilitation on depressive symptoms as detected by Beck depression inventory II score (BDI) in patients who underwent percutaneous coronary . American College of Cardiology, 2104.

We investigated the effect of cardiac rehabilitation on depressive symptoms as detected by Beck depression inventory II score (BDI) in patients who underwent percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI). Methods In this cohort, 95 patients met our criteria. Patients were then studied in two groups based on their participation in the rehabilitation programme to rehabilitation (exposure) and the control (non-exposure) groups. aspx?articleID 1915287. Acute coronary syndrome; cardiac rehabilitation; myocardial infarction.

Scientific council on rehabilitation of cardiac patients, International society and federation of cardiology. Myocardial infarction: How to prevent, how to rehabilitate. Appendix V111: Assessment of psychological factors. 1983:206-9 No place of publication specified

Scientific council on rehabilitation of cardiac patients, International society and federation of cardiology. 1983:206-9 No place of publication specified. iklund, I, Sanne, H, Vedin, A, Wilhelmsson, C. Psychosocial outcome one year after a first myocardial infarction. onroy, RM, Mulcahy, R. Psychological factors in patients rehabilitation after myocardial infarction or coronary surgery. The Practitioner 1988 (In Press). loyd, GG, Cawley, RH. Distress or illness? A study.

Cardiac rehabilitation (CR) is a branch of rehabilitation medicine or physical therapy dealing with optimizing physical function in patients with cardiac disease or recent cardiac surgeries.

Cardiac Rehabilitation Books. Psychological Approach to the Rehabilitation of Coronary Patients: International Society of Cardiology Scientific Council on Rehabilitation of Cardiac Patients. 194 Pages·1976·4 the impact of a cardiac rehabilitation programme on the quality of life of older cardiac patients. Smoking is a recognized important risk factor for heart disease (Brunner and Suddarth 2010 THE IMPACT OF A CARDIAC. Cardiac Rehabilitation.

Burg describes how psychologists can help cardiac patients adjust to their conditions . Social Support and the Impact of Coronary Heart Disease on the Family.

Burg describes how psychologists can help cardiac patients adjust to their conditions, for example by changing unhealthy behaviors and coping with invasive medical interventions, including surgeries and implantable devices. Addressing End-of-Life Cardiac Care. III. Future Directions.

Cardiac rehabilitation is a multi-factorial intervention recommended by international guidelines to patients with coronary artery . In spite of cardiac rehabilitation recommendations, referral and uptake are often suboptimal.

Cardiac rehabilitation is a multi-factorial intervention recommended by international guidelines to patients with coronary artery disease. Cardiac rehabilitation consists of three phases and is shown to reduce mortality, hospitalisation, health care, and to improve exercise capacity, quality of life and psychological well-being. Core components in cardiac rehabilitation include patient assessment, physical activity counselling, exercise training, diet/nutritional counselling, risk factor control, patient education, psychosocial management, and vocational advice.

The increasing frequency of coronary diseases, the still insufficient results of prevention have brought physicians to try to reduce as much as possible the con­ sequences of ischaemic heart disease. Coronary units and new treatments have some­ what reduced the dramatic complications of the acute phase; but after the latter, evil effects of the disease remain at the physiological, psychological and social level. It is the aim of rehabi~itation to analyze these problems, to reduce them or to solve them whenever possible. When this conception of "complete coronary care" took the lead, the necon­ ditioning effects of heart disease and of immobilization on physical conditi­ ons were emphasized: physical training programmes were prepared and their main lines and physiological effects are now fairly well known. But it was soon obvious that the psychological problems raised by the patient and his environment 'are equally important. Their approach is however much more difficult and their treatment particularly complex. So, the Council on Rehabilitation of the International Society of Cardiology is really grateful to Professor Dr. HALHUBER and Dr. Dr. STOCKSMEIER for giving the opportunity to specialists to discuss together this particular aspect of coronary disease. The discussions have been devoted to the methods of approaching the patient as well as to the therapeutic aspects and the role of psychologists in the rehabilitation programmes: some papers have been devoted also to the possible role of the personality as a risk factor in the development of the disease.
Psychological Approach to the Rehabilitation of Coronary Patients: International Society of Cardiology Scientific Council on Rehabilitation of Cardiac Patients download epub
Medicine & Health Sciences
Author: U. Stocksmeier
ISBN: 3540077219
Category: Other
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (September 21, 1976)
Pages: 186 pages