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Psychosocial well-being over the two years following cardiac rehabilitation initiation & association with heart-health behaviors
The objective of this research was to track psychosocial well-being over 2 years following cardiac rehabilitation (CR) initiation, and its' association with heart-health behaviors. Patients from 3 CR programs were approached ...
Barriers to cardiac rehabilitation delivery in a low-resource setting from the perspective of healthcare administrators, rehabilitation providers, and cardiac patients
(Biomed Central, 2019-09-02)
Background: Despite clinical practice guideline recommendations that cardiovascular disease patients participate, cardiac rehabilitation (CR) programs are highly unavailable and underutilized. This is particularly true in ...
Maintenance of Gains, Morbidity, and Mortality at 1 Year Following Cardiac Rehabilitation in a Middle‐Income Country: A Wait‐List Control Crossover Trial
(American Heart Association, 2019-02-15)
Background-—Despite the epidemic of cardiovascular diseases in middle-income countries, few trials are testing the benefits of cardiac rehabilitation (CR). This trial assessed (1) maintenance of functional capacity, risk ...
Effects of comprehensive cardiac rehabilitation on functional capacity in a middle-income country: a randomised controlled trial
(BMJ Publishing Group, 2018-10-03)
Objective: Despite the growing epidemic of cardiovascular diseases in middle-income countries, there is insufficient evidence about cardiac rehabilitation (CR) in these countries. Thus, the effects of comprehensive CR on ...
Cardiac rehabilitation delivery in low/middle-income countries
(BMJ Publishing Group, 2019-06-28)
Objective: Cardiac rehabilitation (CR) availability, programme characteristics and barriers are not well-known in low/middle-income countries (LMICs). In this study, they were compared with high-income countries (HICs) and ...