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Global perspective of cardiac rehabilitation in Post COVID patients


The long-standing style of care known as cardiac rehabilitation (CR) may have been created to lessen the significant burden of cardiovascular diseases (CVD) on people all over the world. In Post COVID era, maintenance of cardiac health in COVID affected patients has been received much attention. Cardiac rehabilitation (CR) may be a sophisticated intervention with multiple components which can provide support in developing health cardiovascular system. The calibre of CR services can vary greatly and have an impact on the extent of patient benefit. The research has demonstrated that cardiac rehabilitation improves quality of life and reduces clinical psychological distress (DSM sadness and anxiety) (QoL). Subclinical discomfort and psychological well-being also demonstrated pertinent clinical implications in cardiac situations. Cardiac rehabilitation could also be an economical. According to studies, the benefits of CR are effective for patients with a variety of cardiac conditions, such as those who have undergone myocardial infarction (MI), coronary artery bypass surgery, stable angina, stable chronic heart failure, heart valve replacement, percutaneous coronary treatments, heart transplantation, cardiac arrhythmias, or severe arterial hypertension. As CR, and in several contexts "pre-habilitation,"are in increased demand, a chronic disability management programme is being given more commonly in home and community settings. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic's new requirements, the employment of distant, personalised solutions within this delivery paradigm is currently changing.


Ambreen Fatima, Jyoti Batra, Aarushi Batra, Ritvija Dixit, Rahul Saxena, Suyash Saxena, Ajit Pal Singh. Global perspective of cardiac rehabilitation in Post COVID patients. Cardiometry; Issue 25; December 2022; p.1419-1422; DOI: 10.18137/cardiometry.2022.25.14191422; Available from:


Cardiac rehabilitation ,  Cardiac mortality,  COVID 19,  Myocardial infarction
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