Current Concepts in Cardiology: Cardiac RehabilitationnnChapter topic (and assigned editor) Pages Authorsnn0. Acknowledgements Krausn1. Introduction and Overview (Kraus and Keteyian) (3-5) Kraus andnKeteyiann2. Exerc. Prescript. Principles (Keteyian) (15-20) Keteyian (HenrynFord Hosp., Detroit)nIII. Nutritionn3. Contemporary Diets (Kraus) (15-20) Gene Erb, Jr. (Gene)nClinical DieticiannDuke University Medical CenternnJulie Pruitt (Julie)nActivHealth CoordinatornDuke University Medical CenternDuke Center for Livingnn4. Weight management (Keteyian) (15) Jon Ehrman, (Henry Ford Hosp.,nDetroit)nnIV. Behavioralnn5. Anxiety & Depression (Kraus) (10) Krista Barbour, Ph.D. (Krista)nClinical AssociatenMedical PsychiatrynDuke University Medical Centernn6. Stress management (Kraus) (7) Ruth Quillian-Wolever, Ph.D. (Ruth)nAssistant Clinical ProfessornMedical Psychiatry Duke Center for Integrative MedicinenDuke University Medical Centernn7. Readiness for Change (Kraus) (12-15) Charlotte Collins, Ph.D.n(Charlotte)nn8. Smoking Cessation (Kraus) (15) Jennifer Davis, M.S. (Jennifer)nClinical PsychologistnDuke Center for LivingnDuke University Medical CenternnV. Testingnn9. Purposes of Exerc. Testing (Kraus) (12) William E. Kraus (Duke,nDurham)nn10. GXT (Keteyian) (10) ClintonnBrawner, B.S.n(Henry Ford Hosp., Detroit)nnn11. CPX testing (Kraus) (10) Daniel R. Bensimhon, M.D. (Dan)nAssociate in Medicinenn12. Six minute Walk (Keteyian) (10) Vera Bittner, M.D.nUniversity of AlabamannnVI. Medical Therapynn13. Treating to Goal, Lipids (Kraus) (15) Christie Ballantynen(Christie)nRyan NealnDirector, Center for Cardiovascular Disease PreventionnMethodist DeBakey Heart Centernn14. Treating to Goal: Diabetes and (10-12) Neil Gordon, M.D., Ph.D.nHTN (Keteyian) INTERVENT USA, Inc.nnVII. Exercise and cardiac populationsn15. Angina, IHD, CABG, PCI, CT, HF (20) John Schairer, D.O.nSteven Keteyiann(Keteyian) (Henry Ford Hosp., Detroit)nnVIII. Exercise and Co-morbiditiesn16. Hypertension (Keteyian) (10) Dalynn Badenhop, Ph.D.n(Medical Coll. of Ohio, Toledo)nn17. Diabetes (Kraus) (10) Jennifer B. Green, M.D. Division ofnEndocrinology,nMetabolism and NutritionnDepartment of MedicinenDuke University Medical Centernn18. Pulmonary Disease (Kraus) (10) Neil R. Macintyre, M.D. (Neil)nProfessor, Department of MedicinenDivision of Pulmonary MedicinenDuke University Medical Centernnn19. PAD (Keteyian) (12) Chris Womack, Ph.D.nnn20. Arthritis (Kraus) (10) Kimberly Huffman, M.D., Ph.D. (Kim)nDuke University Medical Centernnn21. Elderly (Keteyian) (10-12) Dan E. Forman, M.D.n(Brigham and Women'snHospital)nnnIX. Programmaticnn22. Referrals (Keteyian) (10) Linda K. Hall, Ph.D.nn23. Physician's Role (Keteyian) (8-12) Phil Ades, M.D.n(University of Vermont)nn24. Assessment and Treatment of Risknin CR and in the Clinic (Kraus) (15-20)nn25. Staffing models (Keteyian) (10) Greg Lawson,nMSn(Providence Everett Med Ctr., WA)nn26. Billing and Reimbursement (10) Pat Comoss, RNn(Keteyian) (Nursing Enrichment Consult., PA)
This volume serves as a manual to providers about the multidisciplinary nature of cardiac rehabilitation in the current era, the current state of cardiac rehabilitation, and the issues presenting to current CR programs. It contains theoretical, practical, and up-to-date cardiac rehabilitation information, including the new Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) guidelines for reimbursement. The book offers diverse, comprehensive chapters, from nutrition to programmatic issues. It serves as a perfect resource for staff and directors that are new to cardiac rehabilitation or wish to begin a program.
Contains theoretical and practical, up-to-date cardiac rehabilitation information, including the new Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) guidelines for reimbursement
Includes diverse, comprehensive chapters, from nutrition to programmatic issues
Serves as a perfect resource for staff and directors that are new to cardiac rehabilitation or wish to begin a program