ESC Congress 2011

27 - 31 August 2011, Paris - France

Session Details

Poster session 3: Cardiac rehabilitation: delivery and benefits
Mon 29 Aug 08:30 - 12:30 Cardiovascular rehabilitation: interventions and outcomes Poster Session Posters - Poster Zone C

Abstract Slides/e-posters Video Report

List of Presentations

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08:30P2307Type-B natriuretic peptide and VE/VCO2 slope are reduced by low but not high intensity exercise training in chronic heart failure: a prospective randomized controlled studyAlmir FERRAZ (Sao Paulo, BR)
08:30P2308Temporal evaluation (1995-2003) of referral and long-term survival from cardiac rehabilitation for acute myocardial infarctionChristian LEWINTER (York, GB)
08:30P2309Preoperative respiratory muscle training reduces complications in coronary artery bypass surgeryTales DE CARVALHO (Florianopolis, BR)
08:30P2310Agreement between activity monitoring devices during home rehabilitation: a sub-study of the AAA stop trialJonathan MYERS (Palo Alto, US)
08:30P2311Genetic polymorphisms and metabolic markers of cardiovascular risk are common in cardiac rehabilitation patients achieving guideline goalsTo Be Announced
08:30P2312Systemic and local myocardial redox state as predictors of post-operative outcome in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass graftingMarios MARGARITIS (Oxford, GB)
08:30P2313Ambulatory versus hospital cardiac rehabilitation in coronary patients following revascularizations procedures in managing cardio-metabolic risk: one year outcomeTo Be Announced
08:30P2314Risk reduction in cardiac rehabilitation: a call for improvementHanna Renske WENTZEL (Amsterdam, NL)
08:30P2315Changes in erectile dysfunction and arterial stiffness following cardiac rehabilitation a clinical research studyJeyasundar RADHAKRISHNAN (Greater London, GB)
08:30P2316Lung function and cardiac rehabilitation program: maximum volume ventilation as a marker for effort perception and functional capacity?Ana Sofia CORREIA (Porto, PT)
08:30P2317Inspiratory muscle training reduces blood pressure and sympathetic activity in hypertensive patients: a randomized controlled trialPedro DAL LAGO (Porto Alegre, BR)
08:30P2318Effects of continuous vs. interval aerobic training on ventilatory efficiency in patients with coronary artery diseaseDanilo PRADO (Sao Paulo, BR)
08:30P2319Cardiac rehabilitation uptake in the NetherlandsHareld KEMPS (Den Bosch, NL)
08:30P2320Cardiac rehabilitation for heart failure: a UK surveyAmanda BUTTERY (Berlin, DE)
08:30P2321Erectile dysfunction in coronary heart disease patients: why do we always forget?Ana Sofia CORREIA (Porto, PT)
08:30P2322The outcomes of different programs of cardiovascular rehabilitation in the management of coronary patients following myocardial revascularisation To Be Announced
08:30P2323Predictors of poor compliance to a cardiac rehabilitation programInes RANGEL (Oporto, PT)
08:30P2324Cardiac rehabilitation in chronic heart failure: effect of aerobic interval training vs continuous training with regard to variables commonly used in clinical practiceCeline FREYSSIN (Sainte Clotilde, RE)
08:30P2325Influence of early physical training on arterial stiffness and heart rate turbulence in patients after acute coronary syndrome with essential arterial hypertensionMalgorzata KURPESA (Lodz, PL)
08:30P2326Does red blood cell width affect functional capacity recovery in patients attending cardiac rehabilitation after ACS? Carla SOUSA (Porto, PT)
08:30P2327Benefits of combined aerobic/resistance/inspiratory training in patients with chronic heart failure. The ideal exercise program for CHF?Ioannis LAOUTARIS (Athens, GR)
08:30P2328Health-related quality of life in patients with coronary artery disease after coronary revascularizationIvan TASIC (Niska Banja, RS)
08:30P2329Aerobic exercise training reduces the perfusion defects and angina in patients with coronary microvascular ischemiaMarcus Vinicius SIMOES (Ribeirao Preto, BR)
08:30P2330Nutritional education during a cardiac rehabilitation programme : positive effects at six monthsBruno PAVY (Machecoul, FR)
08:30P2331Impact of different rehabilitation methods on lipid metabolism and inflammation markers in patients undergone coronary bypass graftingTo Be Announced
08:30P2332Cardiac rehabilitation in very-elderly patients: individualized physiotherapy program.Antonella MAESTRI (Pavia, IT)
08:30P2333Early rehabilitation in acute coronary syndrome patients improves self-assessing quality of life but not depression statusMarcin Tomasz DOMINIAK (Lodz, PL)
08:30P2334changing lifestyle after acute cardiovascular event: adherence to the requirements of physical training in Cardiac RehabilitationPierfrancesco PIERFRANCESCO LONGONI (Pavia, IT)
08:30P2335Secondary prevention of high-risk patients with chronic coronary heart disease in the global STABILITY trial: excellent evidence-based therapy but improvement needed to reach goalsOla VEDIN (Uppsala, SE)
08:30P2336Cardiac rehabilitation after acute myocardial infarction; effect on mortality, morbidity, medication and lifestyle changesBernhard SCHWAAB (Timmendorfer Strand, DE)
08:30P2337Improving ACS patients' knowledge, attitudes and beliefs about heart disease through education: a randomised controlled trial Frances O'BRIEN (Dublin 2, IE)
08:30P2338Randomized controlled trial of cognitive behavioral therapy vs standard treatment to prevent recurrent cardiovascular events in patients with coronary heart disease Mats GULLIKSSON (Uppsala, SE)