Cardiac Rehabilitation: A Guide to Practice in the 21st by Nanette Wenger

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Wenger NK, ed. The Education of the Patient with Cardiac Disease in the Twentyfirst Century. , 1986. Evenson KR, Rosamond WD, Luepker RV. Predictors of outpatient cardiac rehabilitation utilization: The Minnesota Heart Survey Registry. J Cardiopulm Rehabil 1988; 18:192-198. Dracup K, DeBusk RF, De Mots H, Gaile EH, Norton JB, Rudy EB. Task Force 3: Partnerships in delivery of cardiovascular care. Proceedings of the 25th Bethesda Conference, Future Personnel Needs for Cardiovascular Health Care, November 1516, 1993.

August. 1988. Wenger NK, Froelicher ES, Smith LK, Ades PA, Berra K, Blumenthal JA, Gerto CME, DaHilo AM, Davis D, DeBusk RF, Drozda JP, Jr, Fletcher BJ, Franklin BA, Gaston H, Greenland P, McBride PE, McGregor CGA, Oldbridge NB, Piscatella JC, Rogers FJ. Cardiac Rehabilitation. Clinical Practice Guideline No. 17. S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Agency for Health Care Policy and Research and the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. AHCPR Publication No. 96-0672, October 1995.

Information available from two large surveys of cardiac rehabilitation program responses to questionnaires provided retrospective safety data regarding exercise training; these identified that few fatal cardiac events occurred during or immediately following exercise training. Again, data from both survey reports antedate the use of contemporary risk stratification procedures and contemporary medical and surgical therapies for coronary heart disease and heart failure (13). Definitive information was not available regarding the effect of levels of supervision and of ECG monitoring of exercise training.

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