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Réadaptation cardiovasculaire, un- bien sous-utilisé. / [Cardiac rehabilitation, a proven intervention underutilized in the French-speaking part of Switzerland].

Welker, J; Nacht, C-A; Savcic, M; Marques-Vidal, P; Cornuz, J; Vogt, P; Nanchen, D.
Rev Med Suisse; 10(420): 545-8, 2014 Mar 05.
Artigo em Francês | MEDLINE | Abr 2014 | ID: mdl-24701673
Resumo: Cardiac rehabilitation is associated with a reduced risk of recurrence and mortality after an acute coronary syndrome. Cardiac rehabilitation is a multidisciplinary approach which starts during the acute hospital phase, then followed by a four to six weeks home-based or stationary program, in order to maintain long-term lifestyle changes. Despite the important health benefits of cardiac rehabilitation and its cost-effectiveness, only half of the patients in Europe will achieve a cardiovascular prevention program after an acute coronary syndrome. In the French part of Switzerland, one explanation for this low adherence might be the lack of both stationary and home-based program facilities.