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A nationwide survey on participation in cardiac rehabilitation among patients with coronary heart disease using health claims data in Japan

Abstract A global concern has been the poor execution and inconsistent quality of cardiac rehabilitation for coronary heart disease. This national survey sought to establish and participate in CR among CHD patients and their associated factors in Japan. We conducted a retrospective cohort study using data gathered from the National Database of Health Insurance Claims and Specific Health Checkups of Japan. Patients who underwent percutaneous coronary intervention or coronary artery bypass grafting in 2017–2018 were included. Patients living in the Kyushu area were more likely to enroll in CR.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-99516-1


Vagal reactivation after a cardiac rehabilitation session associated with hydration in coronary artery disease patients: crossover clinical trial

Abstract This paper sought to investigate the hydration effect on coronary artery disease patients in the immediate aftermath following a cardiovascular rehabilitation session, considering the dangers of a tarnished autonomic recovery for this population. Maximum effort test was administered to: Maximum effort test; Control protocol was developed by initial rest, warm-up, sport, and passive recovery; a hydration regimen similar to CP; but with improved hydration during exercise. The key results revealed that the vaping reactivation occurred in HP for the first 30 s of recovery and then the first minute in CP.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-89840-x


Effectiveness of e-Health cardiac rehabilitation program on quality of life associated with symptoms of anxiety and depression in moderate-risk patients

Abstract: Using new technologies of medical care requires investigating the effect of new care initiatives not only on physiological, but also on patient quality. The aim of this report was to determine the effectiveness of a home-based cardiac rehabilitation service that combined an e-Health device on health-related quality of life in moderately vulnerable patients with symptoms of anxiety and depression. A multicenter, randomized controlled clinical trial was planned to compare a conventional hospital-based cardiac rehabilitation service with a mixed home surveillance service in which patients exercised at home with a remote electrocardiographic monitoring unit. Although both services saw a decrease in anxiety and depression symptoms as well as improved functional capacity, a significant interaction relationship was found between the group with or without anxiety and depression symptoms, as well as the type of intervention in the bodily pain dimension.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-83231-y


Cultural influences on adherence to cardiac rehabilitation programmes: perspectives from South Asian healthcare professionals

Patients with coronary heart disease of a South Asian background have been found with health inequity and adherence to cardiac rehabilitation post-myocardial infarction. Healthcare professionals from a South Asian background can provide insight into the key cultural factors that influence cardiac rehabilitation adherence. From the perspective of healthcare professionals from a South Asian background, the purpose of the research was to investigate cultural influences influencing cardiac rehabilitation post-myocardial infarction. Patients from a South Asian background were expected to have all themes relating to health beliefs. Conclusions: According to previous research, a need to tailor health services to people from a South Asian background is necessary.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.12968/ijtr.2021.0049


The effect of vitamin D level on cardiac rehabilitation in patients with coronary artery disease

BACKGROUND: Vitamin D deficiency is correlated with cardiovascular disease and poor physical appearance. OBJECTIVE: To determine the effect of 25OHD therapy in patients with coronary artery disease. METHODS: In this retrospective review, one-hundred-five patients with CAD who underwent a CR program were included. A pulmonary function assessment and a cardiopulmonary exercise analysis were used to determine the patients before and after CR. RESULTS: In Group 1, there were 77 patients and 58 patients in Group 2, with 77 patients in Group 1 and Group 2 patients in Group 2. CONCLUSION: The reaction to CR is reduced in patients with CAD due to a 25OHD deficiency in patients with CAD.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3233/bmr-210355


Testing a longitudinal integrated self-efficacy and self-determination theory model for physical activity post-cardiac rehabilitation

Popular theories in the physical fitness literature include self-determination theory and self-efficacy theory, and studies have begun to incorporate their theories. So, this research was intended to determine physical fitness at the end of a 4-month cardiac rehabilitation program based on theory, research, and Sweet et al. u2019s cross-sectional model. No motivational factors significantly predicted a change in 4-month physical fitness after monitoring for two months of physical fitness and cardiac rehabilitation center. Although confidence at two months did not forecast improvement in 4-month physical fitness, it had a positive relationship with 2-month physical fitness, which was not predicted.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.4081/hpr.2014.1008


The impact of COVID-19 pandemic on cardiac rehabilitation of patients following acute coronary syndrome

Cardiac rehabilitation aids in cardiac patients' prognosis and symptoms. We wanted to see the effects of cardiac rehabilitation suspensions during the COVID-19 pandemic on patient fitness and metabolic parameters. Conclusions Before the suspension, a total of 281 patients participated in the cardiac rehabilitation service prior to its suspension. In the pre-lockdown stress test, exercise endurance soared sharply relative to baseline. 48 patients recovered to baseline conditions in the post-lockdown test of the 99 of patients with at least 10% improvement in exercise capacity in the pre-lockdown study. A significant weight gain was recorded as well as a rise in visceral fat level and body fat percentage, according to the Post-lockdown study. Conclusions Cardiac's 4 month suspension during COVID-19 pandemic caused a significant decrease in exercise capacity and increased body fat percent, as well as a rise in body fat percentages. These results support the importance of remote cardiac rehabilitation services that can persist in times of pandemic epidemics.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0276106

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