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After your coronary intervention procedure: Steps to a healthy heart   Japanese
Abstract:  Discusses ways to improve life after coronary intervention procedure such as percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (PTCA), percutaneous transluminal coronary rotational ablation (PTCRA), directional coronary artherectomy (DCA) and intercoronary stent. Includes guidelines for home care, medications, smoking, diet, cholesterol, weight reduction, exercise, and stress management. Includes table of recommended dietary choices.
Author: Cardiac Diagnostic Services/5NE
Publisher/Date/Rev:  University of Washington Medical Center, 1999, December 1, 2010
UWMC Availability:  Cardiac Diagnostic Services/5NE; Special Procedure Unit/4S; Cardiology/5NE; Cardiothoracic Surgery/5NE; 4S (Special Procedure Unit); 5NE; Cardiac Procedures
General Topics:  Patient Care Procedures & Instructions; Cardiovascular Disorders
Specific Subject(s):  Stress Management; Risk Factors; Medication Teaching; Heart Surgery; Heart Diseases and Disorders; Dietary Guidelines; Coronary Angiography
Language(s):  English; Laotian; Russian; Spanish; Vietnamese; Japanese
Audience:  Caregiver; Patient
Format: Booklet
Reading Level: Moderate
Cost: Free
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