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Cardiac rehabilitation after myocardial infarction. Combined experience of randomized clinical trials

Cardiac rehabilitation after myocardial infarction. Combined experience of randomized clinical trials,10.1001/jama.260.7.945,Jama-journal of The Ameri

Cardiac rehabilitation after myocardial infarction. Combined experience of randomized clinical trials   (Citations: 323)
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Journal: Jama-journal of The American Medical Association - JAMA-J AM MED ASSN , vol. 260, no. 7, pp. 945-950, 1988
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    • ...Reason for not receiving intervention: (1) Disinterest, failure to comply...
    • ...Reason for not receiving intervention: (1) Disinterest, failure to comply (1) Personal/Family Obligations...
    • ...Reason for not receiving intervention: (1) Personal/Family Obligations...

    Philip A. Adeset al. High-Calorie-Expenditure Exercise A New Approach to Cardiac Rehabilita...

    • ...There is strong and consistent evidence that exercise after a myocardial infarction (MI) improves overall and cardiovascular-related mortality [1,2]...
    • ... effects of exercise on LV remodeling is important because this knowledge could be used to heighten the benefits of exercise after MI. Though arguably essential for effective support and health services, recent guidelines on physical activity after MI do not provide any recommendations on the key but basic issues of when exercise should commence after MI and how long supervised exercise should continue to ensure or maximize benefits [2]...
    • ...Despite convincing evidence of the benefits of exercise after myocardial infarction [1,2,36,37], secondary prevention in clinical populations remains poor [38] and health services to promote exercise are under-utilized and poorly funded [39]...

    Mark Haykowskyet al. A Meta-analysis of the effects of Exercise Training on Left Ventricula...

    • ...Effective lifestyle interventions are critically important to optimizing clinical outcomes in stable CAD and include smoking cessation [1], dietary intervention [2, 3], and exercise [4, 5]. Guidelinedriven pharmacologic interventions include aspirin [6], beta-blockers [7, 8], angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors [9, 10], and statins [11]...

    David J. Maronet al. Is Optimal Medical Therapy as Used in the COURAGE Trial Feasible for W...

    • ... 30-minute of handgrip exercise is associated with an acute increase in FMD; (2) this increase in arterial function in response to acute exercise is abolished if not accompanied by an increase in shear stress; (3) 8 weeks of localized exercise training induces a time-dependent change in arterial function (ie, FMD); (4) 8 weeks of localized exercise training induces a time-dependent change in resistance vessel arterial remodeling; and (5) ...

    Toni M. Tinkenet al. Shear stress mediates endothelial adaptations to exercise training in ...

    • ...and lower relapse rates in CR participants (Oldridge, Guyatt, Fischer, & Rimm, 1988;...

    Falko F. Sniehottaet al. Adoption of community-based cardiac rehabilitation programs and physic...

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