Six Steps to Cardiac Recovery Terms / References

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Nutrition position statements

The position statements include:

Heart Healthy Eating Patterns
Meat and Heart Healthy Eating 
Eggs and Heart Healthy Eating 
Dairy and Heart Healthy Eating 
Dietary Fat and Heart Healthy Eating
Fish and Seafood 
Phytosterol/Stanol Enriched Foods 
Heart Foundation Nutrition Recommendations (2019)

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Heart foundation web page for nutrition position statement


Patients want to know about 'cardiac blues'

Patients want to know about the ‘cardiac blues’

The aim of this study was to investigate patients’ preferences regarding information provision about cardiac blues.

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Patients’ memory for medical information

From Journal of The Royal Society of Medicine. 

Author: RPC Kessels. 

A link to the article can be found here 

Pharmacotherapy Booklet

Pharmacotherapy Booklet

Phase II Cardiac recovery

A Pathway to Cardiac Recovery Standardised program content for Phase II Cardiac Rehabilitation: This provides evidence-based direction and guidance on the content to be delivered in Phase 2 Cardiac Rehabilitation (CR) programs, whether face to face or via telehealth.

For the full resource, click here

For the quick guide, click here

Title page for A pathway to cardiac recovery

Physical activity - Exercise right

For more information on exercise and heart conditions, click the image below

Image of landing page for exercise and heart conditions

Physical Activity - Heart health

Easy-to-understand resource from the Health Foundation about physical activity, it's benefits and how to be more physically active.

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Physical Activity

Physical Activity - Walking

Primary Coronary Angioplasty Delay

Impact of primary coronary angioplasty delay on myocardial salvage, infarct size and microvascular damage in patients with ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction: Insight from magnetic resonance.

Authors: Francone MC, Bucciarelli-Ducci C, Carbone I, et al.

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Quit Now

Australian Government Department of Health website for advice and support about stopping smoking.

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Homepage for Australian Government Department of Health website on how to quit smoking 

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