2 edition of Current theoretical and practical aspects of cardiac therapyl [By M. Taeschler and others. found in the catalog.
Current theoretical and practical aspects of cardiac therapyl [By M. Taeschler and others.
Written in English
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Objectives To determine the contemporary effectiveness of exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation (CR) in terms of all-cause mortality, cardiovascular mortality and hospital admissions. Data sources Studies included in or meeting the entry criteria for the Cochrane review of exercise-based CR in patients with coronary artery disease. Study eligibility criteria Randomised controlled trials. Until the s, cardiac tumours were merely a curiosity. Diagnosis was academic and outlook poor. With the advent of cardiopulmonary bypass, however, surgical management became possible, particularly of intracavity tumours. More recently, the development of echocardiography, compututed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging has contributed greatly to the process of preoperative diagnosis.
Cardiac psychology is a specialization of health psychology that focuses on the primary and secondary prevention of heart disease by incorporating strategies to address the emotional and behavioral barriers to lifestyle changes (e.g. smoking cessation), and that seeks to enhance recovery in cardiac patients by means of providing patients tools (e.g. stress management and psychotherapy) to cope. Understand current approaches to treating and managing cardiovascular patients for long-term health, for complex problems, and for unusual cardiac events.; Benefit from the substantial experience of Elliott M. Antman, MD, Marc S. Sabatine, MD, and a host of other respected authorities, who provide practical, evidence-based rationales for all of today's clinical therapies.
Electrocardiograms. In William Einthoven won the Nobel Prize for Physiology for his research and creation of the Electrocardiogram (ECG). The bulky machine pictured, over the past 80 plus years, has been reduced to much smaller, portable machines that in addition to cardiac monitoring can perform a vast array of other functions. •All Heart Failure and Cardiac Rehab services to have an Occupational Therapist as part of their team. •Encouraging all cardiac services to ask the work question and address negative thoughts or misconceptions about returning to or remaining in work (including work to look after a home, care role and access to voluntary services).
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Since the seminal book Heart and Mind: The Practice of Cardiac Psychology was first published inthe research linking psychosocial factors with heart disease has expanded enormously. This second edition distills this research, providing chapters by the world's foremost authorities on the major psychosocial risk factors linked with heart disease, including depression, social isolation and.
Cardiology explained Euan A Ashley and Josef Niebauer One of the most time-consuming tasks in clinical medicine is seeking the opinion of specialist colleagues. There is a pressure not only to make referrals appropriate, but also to summarize the case in the language of the specialist.
Cardiology Explainedis an essential tool in this task. This extensively illustrated book aims to assist the reader in integrating cardiac CT into daily clinical practice, while also reviewing its current technical status and applications.
Clear guidance is provided on the performance and interpretation of imaging using the latest technology, which offers greater coverage, better spatial resolution. Cay E.L. () Psychological Aspects of Cardiac Rehabilitation. In: Raineri A., Kellermann J.J., Rulli V. (eds) Selected Topics in Exercise Cardiology and Rehabilitation.
Ettore Cited by: Ellen A. Dornelas, PhD, is director of behavioral health programs for the Henry Low Heart Center at Hartford Hospital in Hartford, Connecticut, and an associate professor of clinical medicine at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine in Farmington.
Dornelas received her doctoral degree in the health psychology program at Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Yeshiva University Pages: CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per document published in this title.
CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a given year (e.g. ) to documents published in three previous calendar years (e.g. – 14), divided by the number of documents in these three previous years (e.g. – 14). This book, edited by an experienced health psychologist in the field of “behavioral cardiology” and written by an international group of outstanding researchers and clinicians working in the expanding area of bio-psycho-social approaches to cardiac patients, covers firstly the psychological challenges and management needs of patients.
Contact; Disclaimer; This Textbook of Cardiology is a project of Cardionetworks Foundation and the Health[e]networks Foundation is a non-profit that improves access. Cardiac computed tomography (CT) has become a highly accurate diagnostic modality that continues to attract increasing attention.
This extensively illustrated book aims to assist the reader in integrating cardiac CT into daily clinical practice, while also reviewing its current technical status and applications.
Clinical cardiac electrophysiology is one of the most rapidly expanding fields in cardiology. There are currently no comprehensive case based books in this field. A Case Review of Cardiac Electrophysiology is a case based review of cardiac electrophysiology.
The aim of this book is to. In this article we will focus on these integrative aspects of cardiac cell therapy. First, the architecture of the normal myocardium will be described. This is followed by a brief overview of the current status of cardiac cell therapy for ischemic heart diseases and aspects of functional integration of transplanted cells with host myocardium.
During contraction, cardiac muscle works on the same sliding filament mechanism described in skeletal muscle. However, there are important differences. Cardiac muscle fibers contain only one nucleus, instead of the mul-tiple nuclei of skeletal muscle.
Cardiac muscle fibers branch instead of being consistently linear. From the book reviews: “This book focuses on cardiovascular and cardiac therapeutic devices and covers current research in this area.
It covers in detail stents, grafts, prosthetic heart valves, and pacemakers and includes a detailed discussion of the state of the art of these devices. A large body of empirical research shows that psychosocial risk factors (PSRFs) such as low socio-economic status, social isolation, stress, type-D personality, depression and anxiety increase the risk of incident coronary heart disease (CHD) and also contribute to poorer health-related quality of life (HRQoL) and prognosis in patients with established CHD.
Cardiovascular Physiology gives you a solid understanding of how the cardiovascular system functions in both health and disease. Ideal for your systems-based curriculum, this title in the Mosby Physiology Monograph Series explains how the latest concepts apply to real-life clinical situations.
The heart is a muscular organ in most animals, which pumps blood through the blood vessels of the circulatory system. The pumped blood carries oxygen and nutrients to the body, while carrying metabolic waste such as carbon dioxide to the lungs. In humans, the heart is approximately the size of a closed fist and is located between the lungs, in the middle compartment of the chest.
and others will not. It is not clear whether the dysphoric or mildly depressed patients who do not go on to de-velop major depression are at any higher risk for mor-tality than are otherwise comparable non depressed pa-tients (13,14) Duration of depressed mood may play a key role in the association between depression and cardiac events.
The human heart is one of the major organs adversely affected by high blood pressure. Therefore, the registered nurse must provide a careful and thorough evaluation of the assessments needed via the cardiac structure and function (i.e., including visual signs, all non-and invasive cardiac medical devices), which is an obligatory part of the examination of the hypertensive patient.
Use and effects of cardiac rehabilitation in patients with coronary heart disease: results from the EUROASPIRE III survey Kornelia Kotseva, David Wood, Guy De Backer, and Dirk De Bacquer European Journal of Preventive Cardiology 5, Product Type: Book Edition: 2 First Published: Hardcover:.
Therapy; Papers; Surgical Anatomy. Thorax. Mediastinum; Cardiac Anatomy. Introduction to Cardiac congenital defects; Cardiac defects without a shunt; Cardiac Defects with a Left to Right Shunt (Acyanotic) Cardiac Defects with a Right to Left Shunt (Cyanotic) Embryology; Syllabus of Clinical Thoracic and Cardiac Embryologic Problems with.Cardiac Teaching SN to assess cardiovascular status, identify any signs and symptoms of impaired cardiovascular function.
SN to instruct patient on disease process, typical symptoms of an underlying cardiovascular issue include: pain or pressure in the chest, which may indicate angina, pain or discomfort in the arms, left shoulder, elbows, jaw, or back, shortness of breath, nausea and.Objective To undertake a systematic review and meta-analysis to assess the impact of cardiac rehabilitation (CR) on physical activity (PA) levels of patients with heart disease and the methodological quality of these studies.
Methods Databases (MEDLINE, EMBASE, CENTRAL, CINAHL, PsychINFO and SportDiscus) were searched without language restriction from inception to January for .