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Reliability and Validity of Korean-Version of Information Needs in Cardiac Rehabilitation Scale

Choi SYH, Kim JH

Purpose: The Cardiac Rehabilitation scale (INCR scale) is a verified measure worldwide. The scale measures the extent to which cardiac rehabilitation meets the various needs of the participating patients and...
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Accuracy and Validity of Commercial Smart Bands for Heart Rate Measurements During Cardiopulmonary Exercise Test

Kim C, Kim SH, Suh MR

Objective To assess the accuracies and validities of popular smart bands for heart rate (HR) measurement in cardiovascular disease (CVD) patients during a graded exercise test (GXT). Methods Seventy-eight patients were...
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Effectiveness and Approach of Rehabilitation in Patients With Acute Heart Failure: A Review

Ueno K, Kaneko H, Itoh H, Takeda N, Morita H, Fujiu K, Kamiya K, Komuro I

Acute heart failure is associated with high mortality and frequent rehospitalization, resulting in enormous healthcare costs and declining physical function, activities of daily living, and quality of life. Cardiac rehabilitation...
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Is Age-Predicted Maximal Heart Rate Applicable in Patients With Heart or Lung Disease?

Han SH, Choi MS, Kim YM, Kim DM, Park HE, Hong JW, Kim SH, Shin YB, Lee BJ

Objective To compare the predicted and actual maximal heart rate (HRmax) values in the cardiopulmonary exercise test (CPET). Methods We retrospectively investigated 1,060 patients who underwent a CPET between January 2016...
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Evaluation of Current Resources Available for Community-Based Cardiac Rehabilitation in Korea: A Nationwide Survey Study

Kim C, Sung J, Han JY, Jee S, Lee JW, Lee JH, Kim WS, Bang HJ, Baek S, Joa KL, Kim AR, Lee SY, Kim J, Kim CR, Kwon OP

Background: In Korea, the actual distribution of cardiac rehabilitation (CR) to the clinical field is insufficient due to the many barriers for cardiovascular patients to participate in CR. Community-based CR...
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Treatment of heart failure with reduced ejection fraction

Kim IC

Background: Heart failure with reduced ejection fraction (HFrEF) is a syndrome consisting of typical symptoms and/or signs of heart failure (HF) due to left ventricular systolic dysfunction (ejection fraction ≤40%)...
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Safety and effectiveness of early cardiac rehabilitation in a stroke patient with heart failure and atrial fibrillation: a case report

Lee SC, Ko EJ, Lee JY, Hong AL

Stroke patients have reduced aerobic capacity. Therefore, intensive structured exercise programs are needed. We report the case of a patient with stroke and cardiac disease who underwent early inpatient cardiac...
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Effectiveness of Inspiratory Muscle Training on Respiratory Muscle Strength in Patients Undergoing Cardiac Surgeries: A Systematic Review With Meta-Analysis

Dsouza FV, Amaravadi SK, Samuel SR, Raghavan H, Ravishankar N

To determine the effect of inspiratory muscle training (IMT) on pulmonary function, respiratory muscle strength (RMS), and functional capacity in patients undergoing cardiac surgery. The PubMed, PEDro, CINAHL, Web of...
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Community-Based Aerobic Exercise Program for Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease in Adults With Visual or Auditory Impairments: A Feasibility Study

Baek S, Ha Y, Mok J, Lee H, Song W

Objective To investigate the feasibility of a public health center-based aerobic and resistance training program for primary prevention of cardiovascular disease in people with visual, auditory, or physical/brain impairments. Methods The...
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Do Patients Maintain Proper Long-Term Cardiopulmonary Fitness Levels After Cardiac Rehabilitation? A Retrospective Study Using Medical Records

Kim C, Choi HE, Jang JH, Song JH, Kim BO

Objective To examine whether patients who participated in a cardiac rehabilitation (CR) program after hospitalization for acute coronary syndrome maintained cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) in the community. Methods We conducted a retrospective...
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Integrating Cardiac Rehabilitation with Neurorehabilitation in a Patient with Ischemic Stroke after Cardiac Surgery: a Case Report

Jung C, Ye DH, Lee SH

Stroke and cardiac disorders are difficult to approach separately. Stroke survivors commonly have cardiovascular comorbidities and vice versa. These patients often need both neurorehabilitation and cardiac rehabilitation; therefore, this is...
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Do Cardiac Rehabilitation Affect Clinical Prognoses Such as Recurrence, Readmission, Revascularization, and Mortality After AMI?: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Kim C, Choi I, Cho S, Kim AR, Kim W, Jee S

Objective We conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis to analyze the effects of cardiac rehabilitation (CR) on post-discharge prognoses of patients with acute myocardial infarction (AMI). Methods A literature search was...
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Cardiac Rehabilitation in Heart Failure

Chun Kh, Kang SM

Heart failure (HF) is a complex clinical syndrome caused by a structural and/or functional cardiac abnormality, resulting in reduced organ perfusion. The goals of treatment in patients with HF are...
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Community-Based Cardiac Rehabilitation Conducted in a Public Health Center in South Korea: A Preliminary Study

Baek S, Ha Y, Mok J, Park Hw, Son HR, Jin MS

Objective To evaluate the safety and effectiveness of the community-based cardiac rehabilitation (CBCR) program that we had developed. Methods Individuals aged >40 years with cardiovascular disease or its risk factors who...
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Underutilization of Hospital-based Cardiac Rehabilitation after Acute Myocardial Infarction in Korea

Kim SH, Ro Js, Kim Y, Leigh JH, Kim WS

Background: Cardiac rehabilitation (CR) after acute myocardial infarction (AMI) is recommended as a mandatory intervention in several national clinical practice guidelines published in America, Europe, and Korea to reduce recurrence...
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Changes in Aerobic Capacity Over Time in Elderly Patients With Acute Myocardial Infarction During Cardiac Rehabilitation

Kim KH, Jang YC, Song MK, Park HK, Choi IS, Han JY

Objective To test the hypothesis that a longer duration of phase II cardiac rehabilitation is required to recover the exercise capacity of elderly patients compared to younger patients. Methods We retrospectively...
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Clinical Practice Guideline for Cardiac Rehabilitation in Korea: Recommendations for Cardiac Rehabilitation and Secondary Prevention after Acute Coronary Syndrome

Kim C, Sung J, Lee JH, Kim WS, Lee GJ, Jee S, Jung IY, Rah UW, Kim BO, Choi KH, Kwon BS, Yoo SD, Bang HJ, Shin HI, Kim YW, Jung H, Kim EJ, Lee JH, Jung IH, Jung JS, Lee JY, Han JY, Han EY, Won YH, Han W, Baek S, Joa KL, Lee SJ, Kim AR, Lee SY, Kim J, Choi HE, Lee BJ, Kim S

Though clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) for cardiac rehabilitation (CR) are an effective and widely used treatment method worldwide, they are as yet not widely accepted in Korea. Given that cardiovascular...
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Clinical Practice Guideline for Cardiac Rehabilitation in Korea

Kim C, Sung J, Lee JH, Kim WS, Lee GJ, Jee S, Jung IY, Rah UW, Kim BO, Choi KH, Kwon BS, Yoo SD, Bang HJ, Shin HI, Kim YW, Jung H, Kim EJ, Lee JH, Jung IH, Jung JS, Lee JY, Han JY, Han EY, Won YH, Han W, Baek S, Joa KL, Lee SJ, Kim AR, Lee SY, Kim J, Choi HE, Lee BJ, Kim S

BACKGROUND: Though clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) for cardiac rehabilitation (CR) are an effective and widely used treatment method worldwide, they are as yet not widely accepted in Korea. Given that...
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Clinical Practice Guideline for Cardiac Rehabilitation in Korea [Online only]

Kim C, Sung J, Lee JH, Kim WS, Lee GJ, Jee S, Jung IY, Rah UW, Kim BO, Choi KH, Kwon BS, Yoo SD, Bang HJ, Shin HI, Kim YW, Jung H, Kim EJ, Lee JH, Jung IH, Jung JS, Lee JY, Han JY, Han EY, Won YH, Han W, Baek S, Joa KL, Lee SJ, Kim AR, Lee SY, Kim J, Choi HE, Lee BJ, Kim S

OBJECTIVE: Though clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) for cardiac rehabilitation (CR) are an effective and widely used treatment method worldwide, they are as yet not widely accepted in Korea. Given that...
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Effect of Cardiac Rehabilitation on Outcomes in Patients with ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction

Lee HY, Hong SJ, Jung IH, Kim GS, Byun YS, Kim BO

PURPOSE: Whether cardiac rehabilitation (CR) improves clinical outcomes in patients with ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) undergoing primary percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) with drug-eluting stents (DESs) has not been thoroughly evaluated....
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