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Cardiac Rehabilitation: Review Article


Autor/in:

Gohlke, Helmut; Gohlke-Bärwolf, C.


Herausgeber/in:

European Society of Cardiology


Quelle:

European Heart Journal, 1998, Number 7, Seite 1004-1010, London: Saunders, ISSN: 0195-668X


Jahr:

1998



Abstract:


Introduction:

The definition of cardiac rehabilitation by the WHO or by the European Society of Cardiology is very complex and includes the field of cardiology as well as psychological and social interventions. However, the practice of cardiac rehabilitation in Europe differs greatly in various countries.

Cardiac rehabilitation in phase II varies from residential rehabilitation, which includes cardiologial management, stress management, exercise training, dietary instruction and intense risk factor modification, as practiced in Germany, Austria and partially Switzerland and France in structured outpatient rehabilitation programmes with daily sessions, to once-a-week exercise training programmes without risk factor intervention in countries with less well-developed systems. Therefore, cardiac rehabilitation, as practiced in European countries, is difficult to define and to evaluate.

Different components of cariac rehabilitation, however, can be evaluated with respect to their effects on cardiac events or survival. Risk-factor intervention in patients with cardiac disease is of great importance because the event rate in patients with established coronary disease is five to seven times the event rate of patients with similar risk factors but with no evidence of cardiac disease.

The following components of a multifactorial rehabiltiation programme will be addresse:
1. Smoking cessation,
2. Dietary modification,
3. Cholesterol lowering,
4. Individualized physical exercise training programmes,
5. Stress-modification and relaxation,
6. Vocational rehabilitation,
7. Costs


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Referenznummer:

R/ZA5254


Informationsstand: 19.11.1998

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