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Clinical Cardiac Rehabilitation

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ISBN-10: 068306780X

ISBN-13: 9780683067804

Edition: 1993

Authors: Frederic J. Pashkow

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List price: $69.00
Copyright year: 1993
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 416
Language: English

Dedication
Preface
Acknowledgments
Contributors
Current Perspectives in Cardiac Rehabilitation
Cardiac Rehabilitation as a Model for Integrated Cardiovascular Carep. 3
The Physician and Cardiac Rehabilitationp. 24
Improvement of Quality of Life in the Framework of Coronary Rehabilitationp. 40
Diagnosis and Prescription of Exercise
Exercise Electrocardiographic Testingp. 49
Metabolic Testingp. 78
Application of Noninvasive Cardiac Imaging Modalities to Post-MI Rehabilitation: Tests on Left Ventricular Function, Perfusion and Metabolismp. 102
Exercise Prescription Development and Supervisionp. 115
Perspectives on the Formulation of Exercise Prescriptions
Application of Exercise Principles to Routine Work and Recreational Activities
Beta Adrenergic Blockade and Exercise Training
Exercise Prescription for Cardiac Transplant Patients
Clinical Considerations
Rehabilitation of the Cardiologically Complex Patientp. 143
Left Ventricular Dysfunction, Arrhythmia, and Valvular Heart Disease
Cardiac Transplantation
Associated Medical Conditionsp. 164
Exercise and Hypertension
Cardiac Rehabilitation in the Diabetic Patient
Patients with Peripheral Vascular and Chronic Lung Disease
Noncardiologic Complications of Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery and Common Patient Concernsp. 183
Advances in Lipoprotein Metabolism: Applications in the Cardiac Rehabilitation Settingp. 196
Vocational Issues and Disabilityp. 227
Smoking Intervention During Cardiac Rehabilitationp. 243
Psychosocial Recovery Issues and Strategies in Cardiac Rehabilitationp. 248
Management of Depression and Anxiety Disorders in the Cardiac Patient: Psychotropic Medications in the Cardiac Patientp. 263
Program Implementation and Function
Organization Issues: Program Initiationp. 289
Program Modelsp. 308
Institutional Model
Community-Based Cardiac Rehabilitation
Corporate Model
Medical-Legal Liabilityp. 328
Compliance and Motivation in Cardiac Rehabilitationp. 335
Newer Technology in Cardiac Rehabilitationp. 349
Appendix: Table of Energy Requirements for Activities of Daily Living, Household Tasks, and Recreational Activitiesp. 359
Indexp. 377
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