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HeartHome: A Nurse-Driven, Home-Based Cardiac Rehabilitation Program

The purpose of this implementation trial is to execute a nurse-led, home-based cardiac rehabilitation (HBCR) program, evaluate the program's impact on patient outcomes over 6 months; and compare outcomes of HeartHome (HH) participants to a group of participants in traditional cardiac rehabilitation (CR).

A Trial of a Home Based Walking Program as an Alternate Program for Non Attenders at Cardiac Rehabilitation

The purpose of this study is to investigate if a home-based walking program is an acceptable alternative for those who choose not to attend formal cardiac rehabilitation programs and if such a program has an effect on coronary risk or physical fitness.

Impact of Home-based Cardiac Rehabilitation on Outcomes After TAVR

To evaluate the effects of a home-based cardiac rehabilitation program for Chinese patients after Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR).

Tele-Cardiac Rehabilitation Program

Rehabilitation programs that take place in hospitals and rehabilitation centers and all over the world are a necessary stage for returning the patients after a cardiac event to a normal functioning. However, about 70% of patients do not apply for the hospital rehabilitation programs after the heart event that they experience. The objective of this study is to evaluate and develop a multi-stage home rehabilitation program for remote rehabilitation, based on advanced technologica...

Cardiac Rehabilitation in Advanced aGE: EXercise TRaining and Active Follow-up CR-AGE-EXTRA Trial

The goal of this trial is to assess the medium- (6 months) and long-term (12 months) effects of a Home-Based exercise program after in-Hospital comprehensive Cardiac Rehabilitation (CR) - as compared with usual care - on exercise capacity, health-related quality of life and health care services utilization, in patients (pts) older than 75 years after recent acute coronary syndromes or cardiac surgery.

Feasibility Study of a Post-hospitalization Self-rehabilitation Program for Elderly Suffering of Sarcopenia

Loss of autonomy among elderly during and after hospitalisation is a well-known problem. Patient suffering of sarcopenia (decreasing in muscle mass and function) are more likely not to recover their previous autonomy. Studies have shown that physical exercise, especially resistance exercises, is the most efficient known treatment of sarcopenia. Several institution-based rehabilitation programs had been implemented in this purpose. On the other hand, some studies have sh...

Homebased Monitoring Cardiac Rehabilitation Program

The current state of mobile communication and technology is a tool to support home programs for chronic disease management, useful to facilitate access to these types of programs, because the investigators could obtain telematics information about the parameters, reducing cardiovascular risk factors and cardiovascular morbidity and mortality.

Home-based Exercise Program With Smart Rehabilitation System

A lot of patients suffer the balance and gait disorders after stroke. Many rehabilitation therapies have been provided to improve the balance and gait function in stroke patients. However, most rehabilitation therapies are performed in only hospitals, in spite of the difficulty of moving from home to hospitals for stroke patients. Home-based smart rehabilitation system (Uincare®, D-gate Co.) can provide the specific rehabilitation training program to stroke patients in their h...

Inspiration Point-A Digital Pulmonary Rehabilitation Tool Management Interventions

The purpose of this study is to measure the feasibility of use of a digital pulmonary rehabilitation tool compared with standard care home program pulmonary rehabilitation.

Home Vs. Physiotherapy Supervised Rehabilitation After ACL Reconstruction

This study was designed to determine whether or not there were any differences in knee range of motion, both statically and during gait, sagittal plane knee laxity, and quadriceps and hamstrings strength in patients three months post-ACL reconstruction with a bone-patellar tendon-bone autograft based on their performance of a primarily home based rehabilitation program or a standard physiotherapy-supervised program.

Trial Comparing Home-based Cardiac Rehabilitation With Comprehensive Centre-based Cardiac Rehabilitation in Patients Older Than 65 Years With Coronary Heart Disease. The HOMEBASE Trial

Hypothesis: Home-based cardiac rehabilitation is as effective as comprehensive centre-based cardiac rehabilitation in patients older than 65 years.

Compliance Feasibility Study for Remote Phase 2 Cardiac Rehabilitation

This study evaluates the compliance of patients in a Phase 2 (outpatient clinic based) cardiac rehabilitation program, who are offered the opportunity to perform the rehab remotely (e.g. at home, not at the clinic), using a remote monitor and smart-phone application.

Cardiac Telerehabilitation: Attendance and Effectiveness

The proposal of this study is to verify if it is feasible to offer a home based cardiac rehabilitation program, that includes the components of health education and physical exercises mostly unsupervised and oriented by telephone and to compare the treatment adherence, the effects in the functional capacity, and the control of coronary risk factors in relation to the traditional cardiac rehabilitation offered mostly supervised and center based.

Efficiency of Home-Based Pulmonary Rehabilitation in Adults With Asthma

Asthma is a serious global health problem affecting people of all ages in every country in the world. Despite the presence of effective medications, many studies have reported poor asthma control in patients. Therefore, new approaches are needed to improve asthma control. Pulmonary rehabilitation is recommended as an alternative approach in patients with chronic lung disease including asthma. Also, home-based type of pulmonary rehabilitation can be preferred because it is more ...

Effects of Intelligent Tele-Cardiopulmonary Exercise System on Rehabilitation for Patients With Myocardial Infarction

Although a lot of evidence and guidelines recommend that patients have cardiac rehabilitation, in reality, the actual rate cardiac patients entering cardiac rehabilitation program is low, usually less than one third. One of the main hindrances of patients participating cardiac rehabilitation program is insufficient number of medical institutions that can provide rehabilitation services. Patients usually cannot perform exercise program under medical professionals monitoring with...

Efficacy of Early Home-based Cardiac Rehabilitation Program for Patients After Acute Myocardial Infarction

The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of this CR program on the improvement of myocardial function using the three-dimensional speckle tracking echocardiography (3D-STE) in AMI patients.

The Improving ATTENDance in Cardiac Rehabilitation Trial

The benefits of cardiac rehabilitation are well known. However, despite center based cardiac rehabilitation (CBCR) representing guideline-based care for patients with cardiovascular disease, most patients do not complete the maximum number of sessions allowed by third party insurance payers. As such, many patients may not be receiving the full clinical benefit ascribed to CR. This study will assess the efficacy of an innovative approach to CR delivery on attendance by combining...

Feasibility of Cardiac Rehabilitation in Patients With Heart Failure at the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital

This is a study to find out whether cardiac rehabilitation is a program that can work in Western Kenya. This study will test whether cardiac rehabilitation is feasible by measuring how many participants are able to follow and complete two different exercise protocols; one at home and one in hospital. It will also measure how the exercise intervention affects quality of living, depression and improvement in exercise tolerance.

Rehabilitation of Adolescents and Young Adults With Congenital Heart Diseases

The investigators aim to measure the impact of a rehabilitation program in congenital cardiology in terms of health related quality of life. The orginality of the rehabilitation program consists in its design : initial hospitalizationfor a short period of time (5 days) at the rehabilitation center, followed by 11 weeks of rehabilitation at home under the supervision of a specialized sports trainer.

Effects of Cardiac Rehabilitation on High Mobility Group Box-1 Levels After Acute Myocardial Infarction

This purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between HMGB-1 and postinfarction predictors of outcome such as cardiopulmonary and echocardiographic parameters before and after a 6-month exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation program.

The Effect of Physiotherapy Program in Scleroderma Patients

The aim of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of physiotherapy and rehabilitation program on hand involvement of patients with scleroderma and to compare the effects of home rehabilitation program and rehabilitation program under physiotherapist supervision. At the end of the study, the rehabilitation program under the supervision of physiotherapist and home exercise program will be compared with the effects of these applications on range of motion, grip strength, ...

Respiratory Rehabilitation for Patients With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

The aim of this clinical trial is to establish the non-inferiority of home-based respiratory rehabilitation compared to respiratory rehabilitation in center in terms of exercise tolerance as evaluated by the 6 minutes Stepper test.. This trial will also 1°) evaluate the Medico-economic aspects of the home-based Respiratory rehabilitation versus respiratory Rehabilitation in center; 2°) analyse the patient preferences between home-based respiratory rehabilitation and respirat...

Integrating Stroke Survivors Into Cardiac Rehabilitation

The intervention trial will examine the effectiveness and feasibility of integrating stroke survivors into an existing hospital-based cardiac rehabilitation program at Novant Health in Charlotte, NC. Stroke survivors will be recruited through hospital system providers and physical therapists (PTs) for entry into a multidisciplinary, three-month cardiac rehabilitation program. This program consists of three sessions per week of supervised cardiovascular endurance and strength tr...

Web-based Clinical Pedagogy Program to Enhance Nurse Preceptors' Teaching Competency

The study aims to develop a Web-based clinical pedagogy program (WCP) for nurse preceptors; compare the WCP with the current preceptorship course on clinical teaching competence, assessment techniques and self-efficacy; examine nurse preceptors' attitudes toward Web-based learning; and explore the preceptors' perspectives of WCP.

Enhancing Cardiac Rehabilitation Through Behavioral Nudges

Adherence to cardiac rehabilitation is poor, and worse for minorities, women, and those with lower levels of education. Patients less likely to be referred to and complete cardiac rehab are at highest risk of adverse outcomes and thus have the most to gain from participation in cardiac rehab. To improve participation, healthcare systems need to limit barriers to enrollment and promote adherence to rehabilitation.

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