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Benefits of Cardiovascular Rehabilitation of Insufficient Cardiac to the Institute of Cardiology of Abidjan

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1102270, PP. 1-5

Subject Areas: Public Health, Clinical Trials

Keywords: Heart Failure, Cardiovascular Rehabilitation, Abidjan, Cardiology Institute of Cardiology, Abidjan

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Objective: Our work aims to propose a simplified approach by the cardiovascular rehabilitation for the cardiac heart failure. Method and Patients: We realized an observational prospective study during 12-month period which included 85 cardiac heart failure patients at Abidjan Cardiology Institute. Results: 85 patients were included in our study; the average age was 45 ± 20 years. The ratio-sex (men/woman) was to 2. Six patients abandoned the study due to financial issues so that we continued the study with 79 patients. According to the stage of cardiac failure by New York Heart Association (NYHA): after the cardiac rehabilitation, the values of P (P = 0.000) confirmed that the rehabilitation improved considerably the potency tolerance. 60 patients (75%) were at the NYHA II, III stages. According to potency test results, rehabilitation improved significantly the patients potency in watt of the (P = 0.000). According to left ventricle ejection fraction: rehabilitation improved patients cardiac output. Variability rate was 50% for the cardiac output between  20% - 30% and 30% - 40%. Conclusion: In addition to drug therapy, cardiovascular rehabilitation is now recognized in the management of heart failure. Improvements of signs and patients’ life quality remain the major benefits of Cardiovascular Rehabilitation and the reduction of hospitalizations and mortality.

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Djinguin, J. K. , Roland, N. , Kwadjau, A. A. , Gnaba, A. , N’Djessan, J. J. , Angoran, I. , Ekou, A. , Yao, H. and Euloge, K. K. (2016). Benefits of Cardiovascular Rehabilitation of Insufficient Cardiac to the Institute of Cardiology of Abidjan. Open Access Library Journal, 3, e2270. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/oalib.1102270.

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