Long-Term Results of Coronary Rehabilitation: Factors and Reasons for Success and Failure
The short term benefits of rehabilitation after myocardial infarction are now well documented, such as shorter hospitalization, improvement of physical capacity by training, psychological effects and earlier return to work.
KeywordsSecondary Prevention Cardiac Rehabilitation Exercise Group Physical Capacity Physical Working Capacity
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