One of the analysis conducted in patients with myocardial infarction (heart attack), cardiovascular bypass surgery (bypass surgery), coronary artery dilation / arterial stent (PTCA), angina pectoris or any discovered coronary artery disease, concluded that exercise can reduce cardiac mortality by 31%3. The results show that a comprehensive exercise program is an important part of the rehabilitation process4.
Studies found that exercise is beneficial for patients with heart failure, including improved physical fitness (from 10% up to 30% )5,6quality of life, reducing morbidity and rehospitalization7.
Investigator recommends exercising 3-5 times per week, 30-60 minutes of moderate intensity. They can be performed in split stages of 5-10 minutes8.
Ninety-five patients with deep venous thrombosis were randomized to a two-center, six-month controlled trial exercise training program, and found that the condition of the exercise group improved10.