The 2013 Canadian Cardiovascular Society Heart Failure Management Guidelines Update: Focus on Rehabilitation and Exercise and Surgical Coronary Revascularization Academic Article uri icon

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abstract

  • The 2013 Canadian Cardiovascular Society Heart Failure Management Guidelines Update provides focused discussions on the management recommendations on 2 topics: (1) exercise and rehabilitation; and (2) surgical coronary revascularization in patients with heart failure. First, all patients with stable New York Heart Association class I-III symptoms should be considered for enrollment in a tailored exercise training program, to improve exercise tolerance and quality of life. Second, selected patients with suitable coronary anatomy should be considered for bypass graft surgery. As in previous updates, the topics were chosen in response to stakeholder feedback. The 2013 Update also includes recommendations, values and preferences, and practical tips to assist the clinicians and health care workers manage their patients with heart failure.

authors

  • Moe, Gordon W
  • Ezekowitz, Justin A
  • O'Meara, Eileen
  • Howlett, Jonathan G
  • Fremes, Steve E
  • Al-Hesayen, Abdul
  • Heckman, George
  • Ducharme, Anique
  • Estrella-Holder, Estrellita
  • Grzeslo, Adam
  • Harkness, Karen
  • Lepage, Serge
  • McDonald, Michael
  • McKelvie, Robert
  • Nigam, Anil
  • Rajda, Miroslaw
  • Rao, Vivek
  • Swiggum, Elizabeth
  • Virani, Sean
  • Van Le, Vy
  • Zieroth, Shelley
  • Arnold, J Malcolm O
  • Ashton, Tom
  • D'Astous, Michel
  • Dorian, Paul
  • Giannetti, Nadia
  • Haddad, Haissam
  • Isaac, Debra L
  • Kouz, Simon
  • Leblanc, Marie-Hélène
  • Liu, Peter
  • Ross, Heather J
  • Sussex, Bruce
  • White, Michel

publication date

  • March 2014