CARDIAC REHABILITATION. A PRACTICAL CLINICAL GUIDE

CARDIAC REHABILITATION. A PRACTICAL CLINICAL GUIDE

Editorial:
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
Año de edición:
Materia
Cardiología
ISBN:
978-0-19-884930-8
Páginas:
224
N. de edición:
1
Idioma:
Inglés
Disponibilidad:
Disponible en 2-3 semanas

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36,50 €

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Chapter 1. Evidence of cardiac rehabilitation in the modern era Constantinos H. Davos and Bernhard Rauch
Chapter 2. Different settings of cardiac rehabilitation Jean-Paul Schmid and Ugo Corrà
Chapter 3. Cardiac rehabilitation: referral and barriers Massimo Piepoli and Margaret Cupples
Chapter 4. Human and material resources, structure, organizational recommendations Ana Abreu and Jean-Paul Schmid
Chapter 5. Recovering from acute heart events Ugo Corrà and Jean-Paul Schmid
Chapter 6. Early assessment and risk stratification Marie Christine Iliou and Catherine Monpere
Chapter 7. Modalities of physical activity and exercise in the management of cardiovascular health in individuals with cardiovascular risk factors Dominique Hansen and Martin Halle
Chapter 8. Exercise training in low risk patients Matthias Wilhelm
Chapter 9. Exercise Training Programs for high risk and specific groups of patients Jean-Paul Schmid and Ugo Corrà
Chapter 10. Diet and nutritional aspects in cardiac rehabilitation Aimilia Varela, Constantinos Davos and Wolfram Doehner
Chapter 11. Educational intervention Marie Christine Iliou and Margaret E. Cupples
Chapter 12. Intervention on Depression, Anxiety and stress in Cardiovascular Patients Maria Manuela Abreu
Chapter 13. Risk factor management of non-conventional risk factors Roberto Pedretti
Chapter 14. How to improve adherence to medication & lifestyle measures Ana Abreu and Miguel Mendes
Chapter 15. CR for geriatric and frail patients Carlo Vigorito and Ana Abreu
Chapter 16. Return to work Rona Reibis and Heinz Völler
Chapter 17. Specific issues on physical activities after cardiac rehabilitation Marco Ambrosetti and Esteban Porrero
Chapter 18. Cardiopulmonary exercise test Luca Moderato and Massimo Piepoli
Chapter 19. Technological issues Martijn Scherrenberg, Cindel Bonneux, Ines Frederix and Paul Dendale
Chapter 20. E-Health in Cardiac Rehabilitation Ines Frederix and Paul Dendale
Chapter 21. The EXPERT tool: how to make exercise prescription easy Dominique Hansen and Karin Coninx

This guide is directed at the multi-disciplinary team dealing with cardiac rehabilitation. It is a practical handbook for everyday professionals on what they should do following cardiac events and return to work. It is adapted to the needs of cardiac rehabilitation centers.

• Key publication from the European Association of Preventive Cardiology (EAPC)
• Companion handbook to The ESC Handbook of Preventive Cardiology: Putting Prevention into Practice

This handbook is directed at cardiologists in training and practice, specialist (cardiac) nurses, technicians, exercise physiologists and other healthcare professionals involved in the multidisciplinary process of cardiac rehabilitation

• Practical user-friendly handbook style presentation
• Covers the complete spectrum of rehabilitation care
• Key team members address key issues - smoking, diet and physical activity
• Focus on high risk patients (family approach)

Features
• Key tool for those who are planning to start a cardiovascular rehabilitation programme, want to improve an ongoing programme, or just would like to know more about cardiovascular rehabilitation
• The work is supported by the latest scientific evidence and written by experts across Europe
• There are 21 chapters in the handbook, all structured to provide you with the latest in modern multidisciplinary cardiovascular rehabilitation
• The handbook will appeal not only to cardiologists, but to physicians involved in cardiovascular prevention and in clinical practice in general
• The ESC Handbook of Cardiac Rehabilitation is a great addition to the staple of European Society of Cardiology textbooks and handbooks already published

Authors
• Ana Abreu, Senior Cardiologist, Cardiovascular Rehabilitation Centre, Department of Cardiology, University Hospital Centre of North Lisbon, Lisbon Medical School/Cardiovascular Centre of University of Lisbon, Portugal.
• Jean-Paul Schmid, Chief of Cardiology, Clinic Barmelweid, Barmelweid, Switzerland.
• Massimo Piepoli, Chief of the Heart Failure Unit, Guglielmoda Saliceto Polichirugico Hospital, Piacenza, Italy