Cardiac Rehabilitation

  1. Cardiac Rehabilitation

    Cardiac rehabilitation programs can be conducted while a person is a hospital inpatient or on an outpatient basis.

  2. Choosing a Rehabilitation Unit /CARF

    Rehabilitation services are provided in many different places, including hospitals, long-term care facilities, and community health centers.

  3. Effects of Rehabilitation on the Family

    One of the most important factors in a patient's recovery is family involvement and support in his or her rehab.

  4. Helping the Heart Through Cardiac Rehab

    A rehabilitation program often can help heart patients live better with their disease and recover from medical procedures like surgery and angioplasty. But experts say that only 25 percent of those who could benefit from cardiac rehab are getting it.

  5. Thriving After a Heart Attack

    Over the long term, your quality of life is tied to how severe your heart attack was and how it was treated. Beyond that, any change will depend largely on you.

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