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Stable Patients Must Exercise After a Heart Attack

by Savitha C Muppala on April 17, 2011 at 3:52 PM
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 Stable Patients Must Exercise After a Heart Attack

Research by Scientists at the University of Alberta has pointed out that it is good if patients exercise after a heart attack as they experience better outcomes.

Best results can be received if stable patients begin exercise one week after a heart attack.

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Co-author Mark Haykowsky said: "While it's been shown that exercise has a favorable effect on heart function, it's also important to dispel the idea that what the heart needs is rest."



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