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The psychological rehabilitation of patients with myocardial infarction was studied in 104 persons: a basic group of 70 patients and a control group of 34 patients. The E. Key's test recommended by the WHO was used. The mean age of the patients in the basic group was 51 years and that of the patients in the control group was 53 years. The employees were(More)
Rehabilitation of patients after myocardial infarction has been organized at polyclinical conditions. Forty four patients, aged from 30 to 56, with a duration of the infarction--3-4 months, in a good somatic state and no complications at present, were rehabilitated. The rehabilitation programme was conducted daily for one month with respective tests of(More)
The authors share their experience in the importance of climacteric cardiopathy among the dyshormonal cardiopathies under out-patient department conditions. The observation is based on 20 cases of women, aged from 42 to 49. The subjective complaints of the patients were followed as well as the objective findings, some biochemical indices, arterial pressure(More)
For a five year period 70 patients with myocardial infarction were followed up in order establish the length of the temporary incapacity for work. The chronic coronary insufficiency and cardiac failure were taken into consideration and in all patients bicycle ergometric examinations were carried out. The results show that the basic criterion for restored(More)
The effect of obsidan (propranolol) on the physical load tolerance was examined in 65 hypertensive patients up to 55 years of age treated for one year in outpatient conditions. The patients were classified into two groups: basic group of 45 patients with hypertension in initial II stage and a control group of 22 hypertensive patients. The basic group(More)
125 patients with past myocardial infarction (basic group) have been treated for 5 years by a comprehensive rehabilitation program and their physical fitness was checked against 35 patients also with past myocardial infarction who did not take part in the rehabilitation program (control group). The rehabilitation program included physical exercises,(More)
The observation was carried out on a group of 138 patients with a past history of acute myocardial infarction for a period of 5 years, after hospital and sanatorial treatment under the conditions of out-patient department. An age group from 30 to 78 years has been cowered with an average age of 59. The patients have been followed up in a clinical and(More)
70 patients who had suffered myocardial infarction were treated for a period of two months by a rehabilitation program including domestic activity, remedial gymnastics and prescribed walking. The program was carried out in polyclinical and domestic conditions. The patients were classified into functional groups according to the classification of the(More)