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Cardio recovery

Interdisciplinary stages for patients with cardiopulmonary history

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Stage 1 (Activity Post Cardiopulmonary event) Seated activities - self-feeding/transfers [1 - 1.4 METS]
Stage 2 Seated activities - Shave/grooming And those with slow ambulation - in room as tolerated [1.4 - 2 METS]
Stage 3 Seated shower. Brief standing for homemaking [2-3 METS]
Stage 4 Standing Shower Unlimited walking with 0 grade [3-3.5 METS]. May be discharged at this stage.
Stage 5 Light mobility. House making chores [3.5 - 4 METS]. More likely discharged at this stage.
Stage 6 Heavier home-making tasks [4+ METS]
Diaphoresis Excess sweating with decreased cardiac output
Symptoms Associated with an Infarction Severe substernal pain (>20 min), radiating into neck, jaw, arm or epigastric area pain. dyspnea, indigestion, nausea, and/or vomiting.
Vitals Signs (infant/Adult) Infant : HR 120bpm, BP 70/50mmHg, RR 40 br/min. Adult: HR 60-80 bpm, BP 120/80 mmHg, RR 12-18 br/min.
Created by: hesselrach