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Synonyms for rehabilitation

the systematic application of remedies to effect a cure

Synonyms for rehabilitation

the conversion of wasteland into land suitable for use of habitation or cultivation

vindication of a person's character and the re-establishment of that person's reputation

the treatment of physical disabilities by massage and electrotherapy and exercises

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According to Table 4, there was no significant difference regarding mean (SD) LVEF before 8 sessions of cardiac rehabilitation (45.
Therefore, the intensity of a cardiac rehabilitation program targeting firefighters would need to be higher than the one reported by Adams et al to meet this demand.
Cardiac rehabilitation should be initiated immediately following a coronary event and consists of three phases.
The ZynxCare Cardiac Rehabilitation module is a ground breaking CDS solution that will improve patient outcomes, decrease unnecessary readmission and improve patient experience," said Patricia Button, EdD, RN, chief nursing officer for Zynx Health.
Important factors include prolonged teaching and positive approach to promotion of necessary lifestyle changes for patients as the goal of cardiac rehabilitation.
According to the study, "Effect of Cardiac Rehabilitation Referral Strategies on Utilization Rates," published in the February 14 edition of the Journal Archives of Internal Medicine, a combined approach - a checklist or electronic referral and talking with patients - can increase referrals by 45 per cent.
Cardiac Rehabilitation in Europe - results from the European Cardiac Rehabilitation Inventory Survey (ECRIS).
The efficacious nature of cardiac rehabilitation and its ability to reduce post-operation mortality is clear.
Jo Holdsworth, the hospital's cardiac rehabilitation programme manager, said donations like the Freemans' helped the unit to go "above and beyond", replacing tired exercise equipment and providing music to enhance the environment on the ward.
A study in the United States found that only 47 percent of those discharged after a myocardial infarction participated in an outpatient cardiac rehabilitation or exercise programme.
A recent study from the UK suggests that patients adhere to and benefit from home-based cardiac rehabilitation in the same way that they do to centre-based care.
A NON-TRADITIONAL APPROACH TO CARDIAC REHABILITATION IN THE DIALYSIS CENTER FOR A PATIENT WITH END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE FOLLOWING CORONARY ARTERY BYPASS SURGERY: A CASE REPORT.
The 2009 National Audit of Cardiac Rehabilitation found only 22% of 1,697 heart attack sufferers took part in a cardiac rehabilitation programme in North Wales.
Only a third of the 7,250 heart patients in the region were referred to a cardiac rehabilitation programme, according to findings by the British Heart Foundation.
The 2009 National Audit of Cardiac Rehabilitation report also revealed women were significantly underrepresented in the programme Dr Mike Knapton, Associate Medical Director at the charity, said: "The number of heart patients taking part in cardiac rehabilitation hasn't increased at all since the last report.