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Jurczak Ireneusz (Społeczna Akademii Nauk)
Tytuł
Kontrolowany trening fizyczny w ramach profilaktyki chorób sercowo-naczyniowych istotnym elementem w organizacji kompleksowej rehabilitacji kardiologicznej
Controlled Physical Training on the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease an Important Element in the Organization of the Comprehensive Cardiac Rehabilitation
Źródło
Przedsiębiorczość i Zarządzanie, 2016, t. 17, z. 10, cz. 3, s. 299-308, bibliogr. 37 poz.
Entrepreneurship and Management
Tytuł własny numeru
Zarządzanie w zdrowiu publicznym - aspekty społeczne i ekonomiczne
Słowa kluczowe
Choroby, Świadczenia rehabilitacyjne, Kultura fizyczna
Illness, Rehabilitation benefits, Physical culture
Uwagi
summ.
Abstrakt
Nie ma wątpliwości, że trening fizyczny w profilaktyce zdrowia w ogóle, a w chorobach układu krążenia w szczególności, odgrywa rolę kluczową, bez względu na wiek chorego. Znane są mechanizmy wpływu treningu na regulację krążenia centralnego i obwodowego, a odpowiednia jego realizacja przekłada się na wzrost przeżycia chorych, zmniejszenie rehospitalizacji i poprawę jakości życia. Wprowadzenie optymalnego funkcjonowania ośrodków kompleksowej rehabilitacji pozwoli na szybszy powrót chorych do życia zawodowego, co znamiennie wpłynie na zmniejszenie kosztów generowanych przez Państwo. (fragment tekstu)

Every year on cardiovascular disease dies about 17 million people in the world. Patients require long-term hospitalization, medical care, rehabilitation and drugs, which is associated with the generation costs. To effectively fight cardiovascular disease, it is important emphasis on prevention, which will reduce the action of the risk factors leading to the occurrence of cardiovascular disease and the implementation of the proper functioning of the organization and supervision of cardiac care at both national and regional levels. One of the modifiable risk factors are lack of physical activity. Physical training used in the framework of a comprehensive cardiac rehabilitation is an important and necessary part of the treatment of patients allowing to return to social and professional life. Every physical workout is connected with changes in the cardiovascular system. They determine to what extent the body has adapted to physical strain. In recent years there have been many hypotheses involving the pathogenesis of cardiovascular disease with peripheral pathomechanisms. These hypotheses are associated with reduced exercise tolerance of patients and progression of vascular disease. (original abstract)
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