3 edition of Great Falls resource guide for individuals recovering from heart attack and stroke found in the catalog.
|Statement||Montana Cardiovascular Health Program|
|Contributions||Montana. Dept. of Public Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p. :|
|Number of Pages||19|
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Great Falls resource guide for individuals recovering from heart attack and stroke by Montana Cardiovascular Health Program 1 edition - first published in Recovering from heart attack is a team effort. You are not in this alone. The American Heart Association can help you understand and manage your condition.
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Atlanta, Georgia: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Division of Heart Disease and Stroke File Size: KB. Cardiac rehabilitation. Cardiac rehabilitation is a program of exercise, education and counselling to help you recover from a heart attack or other heart conditions.
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Post-Stroke. Despite evidence that single and multifactorial interventions can reduce falls in older people, this issue remains relatively underexplored in stroke survivors. Effective fall prevention in this population has Cited by: Patients with heart failure (HF) are predisposed to falls for a variety of reasons.
Exercise intolerance, respiratory symptoms, reduced cognitive function, and orthostatic hypotension are just a few of. Resources On this Resources page you will find links to recent news, research findings, and relevant updates related to cardiovascular health.
It is our mission to be a central resource for information related to heart attack prevention, stroke prevention, and related topics to help our patients and site visitors live informed, heart.
Background and Purpose The risk of falls is very high among stroke patients, and falling is a major complication in stroke study aimed to investigate the incidence, characteristics, and consequences of falls in an inpatient stroke Cited by: JRRD Vol Number 8, Pages – Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development Falls in individuals with stroke Vivian Weerdesteyn, PhD, PT; 1–2* Mark de Niet.
Introduction. Following a stroke, people are at high risk of falls (– falls/person/year), with the highest rates occurring upon discharge from hospital ( falls/person/year).Falls may lead to fractures, fear of falling, activity restriction and ng improved fall prevention strategies early after stroke Cited by: The Great Falls Clinic Heart Center’s philosophy is to be Montana’s regional Heart Center of choice by providing state-of-the art, comprehensive cardiac services to adult and geriatric patients.
Our team offers a thoughtful, multi-disciplinary approach to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of heart. Answer six simple questions to get an assessment of how you're managing the emotional side of heart attack recovery, along with resources to support your mental wellness.
The heart rate falls to less than 40 beats per minute for more than 10 seconds in type 2, cardioinhibitory response, which is subdivided into 2A and 2B. Types 2A and 2B, respectively, represent cardioinhibition with and without asystole of more than 3 seconds.
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