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Event : ESC Congress 2013
Topic : Other
Discussant: effects of cardiac rehabilitation.
ESC Congress 2013
Cardiac rehabilitation: does age matter?
Status of cardiac rehabilitation services in low- and middle-income countries
Additional telerehabilitation contributes to a sustained improvement in physical fitness in coronary artery disease patients, who have completed phase 2 of cardiac rehabilitation.
Functional capacity benefits of cardiac rehabilitation after acute coronary syndrome are sustained in time and independent of left ventricle systolic function
Low disparity and high attendance rate to out-patient cardiac rehabilitation after systematic referral.
Effects of music therapy on endothelial function in patients with coronary artery disease participating in rehabilitation.
Significant residual coronary obstruction: impact on short and long-term outcomes of a cardiac rehabilitation program in coronary heart disease
Comprehensive cardiac rehabilitation increases the serum EPA level and EPA/AA ratio in patients with acute myocardial infarction.
Experienced fatigue is decreased after cardiac rehabilitation and at one year follow up
Functional independence measure analysis in patients undergoing phase i of cardiac rehabilitation
Gender differences in risk profile and response to a cardiac rehabilitation program after an acute coronary syndrome.
Effects of rehabilitation on endothelial function and its prognostic value on recurrent chest pain in patients with stable coronary artery disease.
Ambulatory cardiac rehabilitation in elderly patients after coronary revascularization: one-year follow up and outcome.
Can comprehensive cardiac rehabilitation be effective in lowering total cholesterol and triglycerides in addition to lipid lowering medication?
Cardiac rehabilitation program after an acute coronary syndrome in the elderly population: benefits and safety.
Who are the non-responder patients to cardiac rehabilitation?
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