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acv rehabilitation

Cristiane Maria Carvalho Costa Dias, Luciana Bilitario Macedo, Lilian Tapioca Jones Cunha Gomes, Paula Luzia Seixas Pereira de Oliveira, Iana Verena Santana Albuquerque, Amanda Queiroz Lemos, Cristina Aires Brasil, Eloisa Pires Ferreira Prado, Pedro Santiago Macedo, Francisco Tiago Oliveira de Oliveira, Helena Franca Correia Dos Reis, Eduardo Sahade Darze, Armenio Costa Guimaraes
BACKGROUND: The acute coronary syndrome (ACS) has a high morbi-mortality rate, including physical deficiencies and functional limitations with impact on quality of life. Cardiovascular rehabilitation 1 (CVR1) should begin as early as possible, to enable improvement in functional capacity and quality of life. Previous studies have shown association of cardiovascular diseases with quality of life, in which depression and anxiety are the domains most altered. The aim of the study is to verify the impact of an acute coronary event on quality of life at the moment of hospital discharge...
October 2014: Journal of Clinical Medicine Research
V Mencía Seco, E Alonso González, I Alonso González
By daily performing the seven easy exercises in the rehabilitation program which the authors of this article propose, a patient afflicted by an "ACV" can prevent the appearance of the typical motor skill limitations which appear a while after the onset of the illness.
October 1999: Revista de Enfermería
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