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rehabilitation cardiaque

B Vergès, M C Iliou, S Corone, B Pierre, Ph Meurin, M Fischbach, B Pavy, F Carré, J M Feige, R Brion, H Douard et al.
The meta-analysis showing the benefits of physical training revisited: Taylor examined only the cardiac rehabilitation trials of exercise intervention alone (versus usual care) and demonstrated that cardiac mortality is 28 % reduced and exercise appears to have an independent mortality benefit. An economic evaluation of cardiac rehabilitation: a systematic review of 15 economic evaluations. Evidence to support the cost-effectiveness of supervised cardiac rehabilitation compared with usual care in myocardial infarction and heart failure was identified...
January 2007: Archives des Maladies du Coeur et des Vaisseaux
S Corone, B Vergès, M C Iliou, P Meurin, M Fischbach, B Pierre, B Pavy, J Henry et al.
The latest in cardiac rehabilitation has been impacted by: The East German PET publication which showed fewer ischaemic events and progression of the atheromatous disease in symptomatic and stable coronary patients who carry out regular physical exercise in comparison with patients who underwent angioplasty with stenting. Two meta-analyses updated the data showing the benefits of physical training: a 20% reduction in global mortality in coronary disease and 35% in cardiac failure. Two French studies reporting reassuring data for our daily practice: the serious complications of cardiac rehabilitation are exceptionally rare: the register for 2003 with data from 65 French centres, over 25,000 patients and 743,000 patient/exercise hours...
January 2006: Archives des Maladies du Coeur et des Vaisseaux
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