Cardiac Rehabilitation: Guide to Procedures for the Twenty-first Century
Taylor & Francis, Jun 29, 1999 - Medical - 630 pages
This detailed reference provides practical strategies and a scientific foundation for designing and implementing cardiac rehabilitation services to relieve the symptoms of cardiovascular disease patients through exercise training and risk reduction and secondary prevention, improve quality of life, and decrease mortality.
Emphasizes multidisciplinary care that includes exercise training, behavioral interventions, and education and counseling regarding lifestyle changes and other aspects of secondary prevention!
Written by world-renowned physicians, nurses, exercise physiologists, psychologists, dietitians, educators, and counselors in the field, Cardiac Rehabilitation
Advocating integrated, high-quality, consistent cardiac rehabilitation services for the well-being of patients recovering from a variety of cardiovascular problems and procedures, Cardiac Rehabilitation is ideally suited for cardiologists, cardiovascular surgeons, primary care physicians, cardiac rehabilitation professionals, cardiac care nurses, dietitians, physical and occupational therapists, exercise physiologists, psychologists, behavioral counselors, hospital managers, health plan designers, and upper-level undergraduate, graduate, and medical school students in these disciplines.
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