Effect of Cardiac Rehabilitation Program on Lifestyle Pattern of Patients with Myocardial Infraction

Nayera Mohamed Tantaewy, Amany M Shebl, Wafaa Ismail Shereif, Soheir M. Weheda


Cardiovascular disorders are the leading cause of mortality and morbidity in the industrialized world, accounting for almost 50% of all deaths annually. The survivors constitute an additional reservoir of cardiovascular disease morbidity. In the United States alone, over 14 million persons suffer from some form of coronary artery disease (CAD) or its complications. Traditionally, cardiac rehabilitation has been provided to somewhat lower-risk patients who could exercise without getting into trouble. So, this study aimed to examine  the effect  of the cardiac rehabilitation program on lifestyle practices by patients with myocardial infarction.  Settings. The study was conducted at the cardiac ICU and coronary care unit of the Main University Hospital at  Mansoura University. Subject. The study included a convenience sample of 50 adult patients admitted to the previously mentioned settings during the study period and having (M.I). we included in this study patients from both sex, adult less than 60 years. Results,  Finding of the present study revealed that, there was highly statistical significant positive change in lifestyle pattern of patients with myocardial infarction to control the physiological problems associated with the disease and medications received after implementation of the cardiac rehabilitation program.

Keywords: Cardiac rehabilitation, myocardial infarction, compilations, lifestyle practice.

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