Cardiac Rehabilitation Manual [electronic resource] / edited by Josef Niebauer.

Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2017.
1 online resource (XII, 319 pages 135 illustrations, 95 illustrations in color.)
2nd ed. 2017.
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This book fulfills the need for practical guidance among all professionals involved in the management of these patients, from residents and fellows of cardiology and internal medicine, surgical teams, physiotherapy professionals, critical care physicians and family medicine practitioners. The thoroughly updated content takes into account recent developments in cardiac rehabilitation, and incorporates practical advice on how to use guidelines in clinical practice. There will be one new chapter on patients with cardiac resynchronization therapy and all the others will be updated to keep up-to-date with the guidelines and current practice. Cardiac rehabilitation is of key importance to ameliorate long-term morbidity and mortality resulting from cardiac diseases and events. However, much of the current literature is dense, unwelcoming and academic in style and format. For those physicians understanding the scope of cardiac rehabilitation there is a need to distill the guidelines and various management options available to them into a concise practical manual. Up until now, all references have looked at the general options, but there is definite need to investigate the practicalities of individual patient groups.
Part I Introduction to Cardiac Rehabilitation
1. General Principles of Exercise Testing in Cardiac Rehabilitation
2. General Principles of Nutrition Support in Cardiac Rehabilitation
3. Psychological Care of Cardiac Patients
Part II Cardiac Rehabilitation in Specific Cases
4. Exercise Training in Cardiac Rehabilitation
5. Angina Pectoris
6. Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 and Cardiovascular Disease
7. Cardiac rehabilitation after acute myocardial infarction; the influence of psychosocial disorders
8. Stable coronary artery disease: Exercise based cardiac rehabilitation reduces the risk of recurrent angina after PCI in the case of arterial hypertension
9. Rehabilitation of patients after CABG/sternotomy
10. Congestive Heart Failure: Stable Chronic Heart Failure Patients
11. Cardiac Rehabilitation in Patients with Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator
12. Rehabilitation in Patients with Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy
13. Exercise Training in Congenital Heart Diseases
14. Pacemaker Implantation
15. Patient with Peripheral Artery Disease.
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