Mobilizzazione del paziente con infarto miocardico acuto non complicato. Revisione sistematica della letteratura scientifica

Carmine Franchi, Simone Nykieforuk, Nicola Francesco Aprigliano, Gianlorenzo De Padova, Duilio Luigi Lucarelli, Simona Pontrandolfo

Abstract

Introduzione: la malattia coronarica (CAD) è un grande problema di salute pubblica in tutto il mondo e la sua incidenza è in aumento, soprattutto nei Paesi in via di sviluppo. La terapia farmacologica e la tecnologia invasiva per l’angina pectoris sono migliorate notevolmente negli ultimi due decenni. Una di queste tecnologie per la rivascolarizzazione miocardica è l’intervento coronarico percutaneo (PCI): un palloncino viene gonfiato nell’arteria coronaria per dilatare la stenosi e, comunemente, viene impiantato uno stent.

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