Yıl: 2005 Cilt: 5 Sayı: 2 Sayfa Aralığı: 116 - 121 Metin Dili: Türkçe

Koroner baypas geçiren olgularda faz II kardiyak rehabilitasyon programının etkileri

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Amaç: Koroner arter cerrahisi geçiren 52 hastaya uygulanan Faz II kardiyak rehabilitasyonun etkilerini araştırmaktır. Yöntemler: Faz II kardiyak rehabilitasyona alınan hastalara bu program öncesinde ve sonunda; dereceli yürüme testleri, kalp-akciğer kapasite testleri, lipid profili yapıldı. Programa uygun olarak 12 hafta boyunca haftada 3 kez 20 dakika süreli seanslar şeklinde, 12 kanal elektrokardiyografi kontrolünde koşu bandında egzersiz antrenmanları yapıldı. Hastalara düşük veya orta yoğunluklu egzersiz programı verildi. Rehabilitasyon süresince Cleveland Clinic Chronotropic Assessment egzersiz protokolu uygulandı. Bulgular: Koroner baypas operasyonu geçirmiş 52 hastaya uygulanan Faz II kardiyak rehabilitasyon sonunda hastaların efor kapasitesi, oksijen tüketimi, anaerobik eşik, kalp debisi ortalama değerlerinde anlamlı artma (p£0.001), HDL-kolesterol ortalama değerinde anlamlı artma (p£0.05) ve beden kitle indeksi (BKİ), total-kolesterol, LDL-kolesterol, trigliserid ortalama rakamlarında anlamlı azalma (p£0,001) tespit edildi. Sonuç: Koroner arter cerrahisi geçiren hastalarda Faz II kardiyak rehabilitasyon, yaşam kalitesi ve ikincil korunma açısından çok yararlı bir programdır.
Anahtar Kelime: Koroner arter köprüleme Kalp debisi Oksijen tüketimi Rehabilitasyon Yaşam kalitesi

The effects of phase II cardiac rehabilitation programme on patients undergone coronary bypass surgery

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Objective: To investigate the effects of phase II cardiac rehabilitation in 52 patients undergone coronary artery bypass surgery.Methods: Gradual walking tests, cardio-pulmonary capacity tests and lipid profile were administered to patients selected for phase II cardiac rehabilitation before and after the programme. Training was started on 12-channel electrocardiogram controlled running bands 3 times a week for 20 min periods for 12 weeks fitting the programme. Low or intermediate level exercise programme was applied to patients. Cleveland Clinic Chronotropic Assessment exercise protocol was used during rehabilitation.Results: As a result of phase II cardiac rehabilitation administered to 52 patients undergone coronary bypass operation, exercise capacity, oxygen consumption, anaerobic threshold, cardiac output mean values (p£0.001) and mean HDL cholesterol level (p£0.05) were found to increase, whereas body mass index, total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol and triglyceride mean levels reduced (p£0.001) significantly. Conclusion: In patients who have undergone coronary bypass surgery, phase II cardiac rehabilitation is a very useful programme in improvement of life quality and secondary prevention.
Anahtar Kelime: Oxygen Consumption Rehabilitation Coronary Artery Bypass Cardiac Output Quality of Life

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APA ÇİFTÇİ Ç, SÜSLEYİCİ DUMAN B, ÇAĞATAY P, DEMİROĞLU C, AYTEKİN V (2005). Koroner baypas geçiren olgularda faz II kardiyak rehabilitasyon programının etkileri. Anadolu Kardiyoloji Dergisi, 5(2), 116 - 121.
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