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Coronary rehabilitation programs in Europe are underused
Date:6/19/2012

Large proportions of European coronary patients are not benefitting from cardiac rehabilitation services, according to results of the third EUROASPIRE survey published today in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology.(1) Yet despite the evidence that cardiac rehabilitation is very effective for patients with coronary heart disease, this latest study shows that services in Europe are much underused, with poor referral and a low participation rate.

"There is still considerable potential for cardiac rehabilitation programmes to further reduce the risk of fatal and non-fatal cardiovascular events," say the investigators.

The survey, the biggest in Europe on the secondary prevention of heart disease, showed that less than half (44.8%) of all patients with coronary heart disease (CHD) were advised to follow a rehabilitation programme, but only one-third (36.5%) took part in some form of cardiac rehabilitation. Yet, of those who were advised to attend a programme, four-fifths agreed and did so.

The EUROASPIRE survey, conducted on behalf of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC), analysed medical records and interviewed almost 9000 patients with CHD in 22 countries of Europe. Much variation between countries was found, with highest rehabilitation attendance reported in Lithuania and Ireland, the lowest in Turkey, Cyprus and Russia, and virtually no attendance in Greece and Spain. "These differences are most likely to reflect the heterogeneity of healthcare systems and the availability of cardiac rehabilitation services in some regions of Europe," said the authors.

  • In France 32.4% of CHD patients were advised to attend rehabilitation, and of those advised 90% attended
  • In Germany 56.6% were advised, and 91.1% attended
  • In Italy 51.5% were advised, and 88.7% attended
  • In the UK 43.0% were advised, and 80.6 attended
  • In Spain 3% were advised and < 1% attended

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