Exercises and ambulation for cardiac patients, Biology

Exercises and ambulation

Continue taking all exercises taught in the hospital. Steam inhalation may be continued. Walk on levelled space first, gradually increase the distance and speed of walking. In three to six months' time, he should be able to do walking or jogging as the condition permits. If the patient stays on an upper flat where there is no lift, climb the steps slowly. Three to four steps at a time, take rest for a minute then climb. As condition improves and permits, he can climb more steps in one stretch.

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