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Avoiding AMI Readmissions with Cardiac Rehabilitation   Patricia Forsberg

Avoiding AMI Readmissions with Cardiac Rehabilitation

76 страниц. 2015 год.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
A significant number of Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI) patients were readmitted to an urban San Francisco Medical Center within 5-7 days post discharge this year. Two of the main identified causes were symptom management issues and medication instructions, both of which are part of the discharge instructions. It’s not surprising that 80% of all discharge teaching is forgotten by patients by the time they hit the parking lot. With the recommended timeframe for post discharge follow up appointments at 48 to 72 hours post discharge and as those appointments are not typically available within the recommended timeframe, patients are more likely to be readmitted unless an alternative for post discharge follow up can be created. The intent of this project is to propose the implementation of a hospital based Cardiac Rehabilitation (CR) program that allows AMI patients to participate as early as 48 -72 hours post discharge. This first part, or intake to the CR program would reinforce...
 
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