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Clinical Cardiac Rehabilitation : A Cardiologist's Guide

ISBN-10: 0683302248

ISBN-13: 9780683302240

Edition: 2nd 1999 (Revised)

Authors: Fredric J. Pashkow, William A. DaFoe

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List price: $115.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 394
Size: 7.50" wide x 10.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.794
Language: English

Preface to the Second Editionp. vii
Preface to the First Editionp. ix
Acknowledgmentsp. xi
Contributorsp. xiii
Current Perspectives in Cardiac Rehabilitation
Cardiac Rehabilitation as a Model for Integrated Cardiovascular Carep. 3
The Physician and Cardiac Rehabilitationp. 26
Improvement of Quality of Life in the Framework of Cardiac Rehabilitationp. 43
Evaluation of Outcomesp. 52
Functional Assessment and Prescription of Exercise
Exercise Electrocardiographic Testingp. 65
Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testingp. 102
Other Noninvasive Diagnostic Tools: Tests of Left Ventricular Function, Perfusion, and Metabolismp. 124
Exercise Prescription Development and Supervisionp. 137
Perspectives on the Formulation of Exercise Prescriptionsp. 137
Application of Exercise Principles to Routine Work and Recreational Activitiesp. 147
Exercise Prescription for Cardiac Transplant Patientsp. 155
Medical Considerations in Cardiovascular Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation of Patients with Heart Failurep. 163
Rehabilitation of Patients with Arrhythmias, Pacemakers, and Defibrillatorsp. 192
Associated Medical Conditionsp. 204
Hypertensionp. 204
Diabetesp. 209
Peripheral Arterial Diseasep. 218
Chronic Lung Diseasep. 226
Noncardiologic Complications of Coronary Bypass Surgery and Common Patient Concernsp. 235
Common Musculoskeletal Problems in the Exercising Adultp. 249
Psychosocial Considerations in Cardiovascular Rehabilitation
Psychosocial Interventions for Cardiac Patientsp. 255
Depression and Prognosis in Coronary Diseasep. 266
Management of Depression and Anxiety in the Cardiac Patientp. 280
Vocational Issues: Maximizing the Patient's Potential for Returning to Workp. 304
Selected Issues in Secondary Prevention
Sophisticated Lipid Diagnosis and Management: The Potential for Plaque Stabilization and Regression in the Cardiac Rehabilitation Settingp. 327
Smoking Cessation as a Critical Element of Cardiac Rehabilitationp. 365
Gender-specific Issues Related to Coronary Risk Factors in Womenp. 383
Program Implementation and Function
Designing and Implementing a Prevention Cardiology Programp. 403
Program Standards and Organizational Issuesp. 418
Program Models for Cardiac Rehabilitationp. 446
Institution-basedp. 446
Community-basedp. 453
Home-basedp. 458
Corporate-based: Coors Brewing Companyp. 466
Corporate-based: The Boeing Companyp. 472
Medical-Legal Liabilityp. 479
Adherence and Motivation in Cardiac Rehabilitationp. 487
Newer Technology in Cardiac Rehabilitationp. 504
Tables of Energy Requirements for Activities of Daily Living, Household Tasks, Recreational Activities, and Vocational Activitiesp. 515
Recommendations for Participation in Sports for Patients with Various Cardiac Abnormalitiesp. 525
Indexp. 543
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