Ключевые компоненты физической реабилитации при вторичной профилактике сердечно-сосудистых заболеваний

Ольга Марченко, Александр Ломаковский

Анотація


Фізична реабілітація є невід’ємною складовою стратегії допомоги пацієнтам із серцево-судинними захворюваннями. Вона є необхідним засобом відновлення пацієнтів після серцево-судинних подій, а також пацієнтів із серцевою недостатністю та стабільною стенокардією напруження. Програми фізичної реабілітації з вторинної профілактики серцево-судинних захворювань покращують самообслуговування, підвищують якість життя і функціональний стан пацієнтів, а також знижують кількість госпіталізацій, повторних інфарктів міокарда та смертність.


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серцево-судинні захворювання; вторинна профілактика; фактори ризику; фізична реабілітація

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