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1. Citation: ter Hoeve, N., Huisstede, B. M., Stam, H. J., van Domburg, R. T., Sunamura, M., & van den Berg-Emons, R. J. (2015). Does cardiac rehabilitation after an acute cardiac syndrome lead to changes in physical activity habits? Systematic review. Physical Therapy, 95(2), 167-179. doi:10.2522/ptj.20130509
Keywords: Cardiac Conditions, Therapeutic Exercise,Systematic Reviews/Meta-analyses
Abstract: Reviews 26 studies that evaluated the short-term (< 6 months) or long-term (≥6 months) effects of cardiac rehabilitation (CR). Concludes that ‘center-based’ CR is not enough to improve and maintain habitual physical activity, but that home-based programs may be more effective. More research on methods to improve physical activity is needed, including on home-centered interventions.
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