Cardiopulmonary rehabilitation: Cardiac rehabilitation defined as exercise training, education and emotional support about lifestyle changes to decrease heart disease risk, like healthy eating and healthy dieting, maintaining a healthy weight and quitting smoking.
The Four Phases of Cardiac Rehabilitation;
Cardiopulmonary Disease prevention: Cardiopulmonary Disease prevention defines as the prevention of lungs and heart diseases. Some of the following controllable risk factors for heart disease:
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