The effect of cardiac rehabilitation on left ventricular diastolic function in patients with percutaneous revascularization procedures

Authors

  • BURSACOVSCHI Daniela Laboratorul Insuficiență Cardiacă Cronică, IMSP Institutul de Cardiologie
  • CAZACU Janna Laboratorul Insuficiență Cardiacă Cronică, IMSP Institutul de Cardiologie
  • LISII Dorin Laboratorul Insuficiență Cardiacă Cronică, IMSP Institutul de Cardiologie
  • VATAMAN Eleonora Laboratorul Insuficiență Cardiacă Cronică, IMSP Institutul de Cardiologie

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.52692/1857-0011.2022.1-72.04

Keywords:

cardiac rehabilitation program, diastolic function, heart failure

Abstract

A lot of studies have demonstrated the the cardiac rehabilitation program enhanced results in ischemic patients and was associated with a reduction in mortality in the post-myocardial period. The mechanisms of these in certain aspects of cardiac function, either systolic or diastolic are not fully understood. These studies have reported an increase in stroke volume and left ventricular ejection fraction as well as a decrease in heart rate and diastolic arterial pressure. In the present study, we aimed to evaluate the effect of the cardiac rehabilitation program on patients who underwent PCI by measuring and comparing their diastolic function as well as ventricular dimensions with those of un-rehabilitated patients who underwent PCI.

Author Biographies

BURSACOVSCHI Daniela, Laboratorul Insuficiență Cardiacă Cronică, IMSP Institutul de Cardiologie

cercetător științific

CAZACU Janna, Laboratorul Insuficiență Cardiacă Cronică, IMSP Institutul de Cardiologie

cercetător științific

LISII Dorin, Laboratorul Insuficiență Cardiacă Cronică, IMSP Institutul de Cardiologie

doctor în științe medicale, conf. cercetător

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Published

2022-04-08