Attitude and practice on Cardiac Rehabilitation among patients suffering from myocardial infarction


  • Guo Feng
  • Li Tian
  • Li Fei
  • Liu Wei


Abstract Background: Cardiovascular Rehabilitation is an exhaustive model of care including setting up focus portions, including coordinated exercise, patient preparation, psychosocial management, peril factor reduction, and direct adjustment, with a target of upgrading cardiac patient's quality of life while assisting with diminishing the risk of future heart issues. Objective: The objective of this study is to examine the attitude and practices towards cardiac rehabilitation among patients who encountered dead myocardial tissue or myocardial infarction (MI) and recovered. Methods: A total of 821 MI patients with MI and under 82 years of age were hospitalized between April 1, 2018, to July 31, 2020. The enrolment of late hospitalized of MI patients was confirmed, and clinical parents coordinated selection meetings and good references. The patient underwent a standard recovery program (SRP). Various recovery programs (ERPs) were offered when patients were socially vulnerable. For noncompliant patients, a cardiovascular clinical gatekeeper provided home visits. Similar rules were used in parts of the personalized program. Compliance was monitored for up to one year. Results: Cardiac Rehabilitation was implied by 86% of the population. A significant portion of the more skilled patients and women has set them apart. The interest and adherence rates were 80% and 71%, respectively, among all inpatients; the investment rate among the patients who had been greeted was 93%. Patients were relatively scattered in SRP and ERP. No imbalances in cooperation and compliance were found with the proposed patient. Conclusion: According to the patients' attitudes, mental components are the second biggest cause for heart disorders with social components being the first. Furthermore, people may be reluctant to take their medication due to the impression they receive from people in clinical settings. It is imperative to seek ways to manage and control the negative effects of cardiovascular disease, to ensure participation and adherence to measures that are put in place for cardiovascular recovery. [Ethiop. J. Health Dev.2021; 35(4): 390-396]Keywords: Adherence, attendance, cardiovascular rehabilitation, myocardial infarction, cardiovascular disease; Psychological; Risk Factors; Patients; Attitudes; Cardiac Rehabilitation; Heart Disease.




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Guo Feng, Li Tian, Li Fei, & Liu Wei. (2021). Attitude and practice on Cardiac Rehabilitation among patients suffering from myocardial infarction. The Ethiopian Journal of Health Development, 35(4). Retrieved from



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