Rehabilitation After Myocardial Infraction The nurses´ role
Mohammadian, Maysam (2019)
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Myocardial infraction is a serious and global health problem; it is result from different risk factors such as hypertension, smoking, obesity and diabetic etc. Myocardial infraction affects quality of life, increase cost of patient care and rate of hospitalization and readmission rates. Patient educating is a key in myocardial infraction patient well-being, modify life style and management of self- care. The aim of this study is to gain deeper knowledge and understanding about the role in rehabilitation after myocardial infraction. The questions are; what are the factors influencing on rehabilitation process? What is the nurse role in rehabilitation? A systematic literature review and qualitative method were used with the help of Oreom theory of self-care. The results stress the special role of nurses. Educating self-management ability, modification of life style, control of the symptoms and patient well-being improving patient’s quality of life.