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Effect of planned teaching on knowlegde of cardiac rehabilitation among the patient who have undergone coronary artery bypass grafting.

Gayatri Gholap

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The purpose of this study is to assess the effect of planned teaching on knowledge of cardiac rehabilitation among patient who has undergone CABG. The effect is seen by assessing the knowledge, determining the changes in knowledge score and finding the association with selected variables of the patient regarding the phases of cardiac rehabilitation program. Through the planned health teaching 98% patients were made aware about the necessity of exercising under supervision in phase I.At the end of the planned teaching, 30% respondents correctly identified the importance of phase II in detecting arrhythmias and ECG changes during exercise schedule to track the recovery. As a result of the knowledge gained from the planned teaching, 70% respondents agreed that the phase III activities have to be carried lifelong, whereas 54% thought that it could actually lead to healthy & satisfactory life style.At the end of the rehabilitation program, around 64% respondents felt that cardiac rehabilitation helped in improving physical and psychological well being. The scores of post-test indicated that 96% respondents felt that stress management, tobacco & alcohol avoidance could help protect the heart. A significant population, 94% believed yoga and meditation as effective stress busters.

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cardiac rehabilitation, coronary artery bypass

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