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Article Dans Une Revue Annales de Cardiologie et d'Angéiologie Année : 2022

What imaging and what tools for modern cardiac rehabilitation?

Quelle imagerie et quels outils pour une réadaptation cardiaque moderne ?


Conventional Cardiovascular Rehabilitation (RCV) is a global approach; it integrates reconditioning with personalized effort, physical activity (PA), therapeutic education, dietary management, smoking cessation, medication compliance. It requires a multidisciplinary approach with interventions by cardiologists, paramedics, physiotherapists, teachers of adapted physical activity (APA), dieticians, addictologists, and a specialized technical platform for evaluation and reconditioning at the 'effort. The benefit of cardiovascular rehabilitation is supported by numerous studies, it is strongly recommended class IA [1], but the supply of care is insufficient. It is therefore necessary to develop a modality of care in RCV at home, subject to the same requirements as the programs in the center, thanks to the contributions of new technology and connected objects. Technological innovations have made it technically possible to treat and monitor patients remotely [14]. Telerehabilitation is an example of the application of technology-based care. It can be defined as the provision of Secondary Prevention at a distance. It consists of remote monitoring of patient physiological data, remote coaching, e-learning and social interaction [10]. From a theoretical point of view, cardiac telerehabilitation has the potential to go beyond traditional rehabilitation; it removes the barriers that prevent patients with ischemic heart disease from participating in rehabilitation programs in conventional centers. Several studies show that telerehabilitation represents an alternative, less expensive, effective, and profitable, it could, in addition to existing services, improve access to rehabilitation [15]. Increasing participation rates in cardiac rehabilitation can reduce disease burden. The study of the economic and social impact of increasing the use of cardiac rehabilitation and cardiac telerehabilitation shows that and the resulting benefits exceed its costs. Mots-clés: Réadaptation en centre; réadaptation à domicile; téléréadaptation.
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hal-03832993 , version 1 (28-10-2022)



Mohamed Ghannem, Mehdi Saighi Boaouina, Lotfi Ghannem. Quelle imagerie et quels outils pour une réadaptation cardiaque moderne ?. Annales de Cardiologie et d'Angéiologie, 2022, pp.S0003-3928(22)00156-1. ⟨10.1016/j.ancard.2022.09.009⟩. ⟨hal-03832993⟩


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