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C/P Flashcards

Cardio/Pulmonary Cardiac Rehab Phase Flashcards

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What is the name given to Phase 1? Acute Phase
At what locations does it take place? Hospital Setting
How many days does it last? 3-5 days
Phase I Goals Get out of bed; ADL; UE/LE exercises; Supervised ambulation
Time per session? 20-30 minutes
Intensity Level 2-3 METs
Progression of time/frequency/intensity? 20-30 minutes, 1-2x/day, 4-6x/week
RPE? Light
HR Restrictions Never increase 10-20 bpm from resting HR
HEP ambulation time & frequency 20-30 minutes, 1-2x/day, 4-6x/week
HEP UE & LE Activities ROM, Flexion & Extension
What is phase 2 called? Sub-Acute Phase
Most payers allow for how many visits? 36, usually 3x/wk for 12 weeks
Phase 2 time of exercise 30-60 minutes with 5-10 minute warm-up & cooldown
What MET for exit point? 9 MET
When beginning strength training for Phase 2? 3 wks in cardiac rehab, 5 wks post-MI, 8 wks post-CABG
Where do phase 3 activities take place? Community centers, YMCA, or clinical facilities
Entry level criteria for phase 3? Functional capacity of 5 METs, clinically stable angina, medically controlled arrhythmias during exercise
Phase 3 progression 50-85% functional capacity, 3-4x/week, 45 minutes or more
Phase 3 discharge after how long? 6-12 months
Entry level criteria for phase 3? Functional capacity of 5 METs, clinically stable angina, medically controlled arrhythmias during exercise
Phase 3 progression 50-85% functional capacity, 3-4x/wk/ 45+ minutes
When does discharge from phase 3 occur? 6-12 months
Created by: 1190550002
 

 



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