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It is possible to identify the following categories of coronary patients in whom physical rehabilitation training can provide the desired effects:

  • Patients at low risk after an acute cardiac event,
  • Patients already undergoing coronary revascularizing surgery,
  • Patients with stable angina pectoris,
  • Patients undergoing percutaneous coronary angioplasty,
  • Patients with stable postinfarct heart failure,
  • Patients who have not had cardiovascular events but have a particularly disadvantageous risk profile.

In such patients, physical recovery can be achieved in a short time. There is no difference of the sexes; in fact, men and women receive benefits equally. As for the segment of the population consisting of the elderly it goes to enrich more and more the slice of patients to undergo rehabilitation.

Source: Mediserve Cardiovascular Rehabilitation

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