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by William P. Blockar


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Cardiac rehabilitation will proceed to the second stage after recent dramatic progress in both diagnostic modalities and therapeutic strategies for patients with ischemic heart diseases

Cardiac rehabilitation will proceed to the second stage after recent dramatic progress in both diagnostic modalities and therapeutic strategies for patients with ischemic heart diseases. The purpose of cardiac rehabilitation may shift from an improvement in mortality to either the primary or secondary prevention of atherosclerotic diseases throughout life.

Ischemic heart diseases including stable angina & acute events, represent a huge burden on both the individual . Participation in cardiac rehabilitation program improves ischemic burden in patients with IHD who are unfit or not suitable for conventional cardiac revascularization.

Ischemic heart diseases including stable angina & acute events, represent a huge burden on both the individual & the society and represent an important source of disability. In addition the decreased ischemic burden, functional capacity, hemodynamic and metabolic profiles also improve for this group of patients and thus, cardiac rehabilitation should be implemented for routine management of those patients.

Coronary heart disease is a disease that is based on a discrepancy between myocardial oxygen demand and the level of its actual intake .

Coronary heart disease is a disease that is based on a discrepancy between myocardial oxygen demand and the level of its actual intake with coronary blood flow. If it is necessary to psychological rehabilitation of patients with ischemic heart disease, it is recommended to carry out exposure with the Azor-IC apparatus to the projection of the frontal lobes of the brain contact, stably, 2 times a day (morning and evening). The frequency of EMP modulation in the morning hours after waking up to 21 Hz and before a night sleep is 2 Hz. The exposure time for 1 field is 20 minutes, for a course of 10 to 15 procedures daily. Repeat this course no earlier than 1 month.

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Rehabilitation in Ischemic Heart Disease ebook
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William P. Blockar
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