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In the News

Only slightly more than half of eligible patients with coronary artery disease (CAD) are referred to cardiac rehabilitation at hospital discharge, a recent study found. ... They identified factors associated with cardiac rehabilitation referral at
October 2009

In the News

cardiac rehabilitation, nursing and pharmacy. ... Appointments for cardiac rehabilitation orientation scheduled within 10 days of hospital discharge appear to result in improved attendance compared with later appointments, a recent study indicated.
March 2013

Functional mobility was strongest predictor of readmissions after MI in elderly

Additional study is needed to confirm these findings, but the study “does underscore the critical importance of assessing function in this population, and, even more importantly, to initiate cardiac rehabilitation during ... hospitalization, to the
May 2019

In the News

and referring patients to cardiac rehabilitation.
December 2010

Guideline issued on management of ST-elevation myocardial infarction

complications after STEMI (e.g., cardiogenic shock). The guideline's writing committee was made up of experts from cardiovascular medicine, interventional cardiology, electrophysiology, heart failure, cardiac surgery, emergency medicine, internal
January 2013

AHA releases scientific statement on acute MI in women

Although recommended perfusion therapies for acute MI are similar for women and men, bleeding risks and other complications are greater in women, and cardiac rehabilitation is “underused and underprescribed for women,”
February 2016

Updated performance measures released on cardiac rehab referral

The American College of Cardiology Foundation (ACCF), the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR) and the American Heart Association (AHA) recently issued updated performance measures on referral to cardiac
September 2010

In the News

Although recommended perfusion therapies for acute MI are similar for women and men, bleeding risks and other complications are greater in women, and cardiac rehabilitation is “underused and underprescribed for women,” ... of implantable cardiac
April 2016

Hospitals improving PCI, MI outcomes

enzyme inhibitors or angiotensin-receptor blockers, as well as in counseling patients to stop smoking and referring patients to cardiac rehabilitation.
July 2010

NSAID does not reduce post-surgical pericardial effusion

Clinically insignificant pericardial effusion occurs in 50% to 85% of patients within a few days of cardiac surgery. ... five postoperative cardiac rehabilitation centers.
February 2010

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