Soureen Mukherjee
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In the modern world, coronary artery diseases fall under the main causes of mortality out of all cardiovascular diseases. The percentage of death is more than 80%. Most of the deaths are because of the sedentary behavior of the people and the level of daily physical activity.

A particular number of deaths also result from Myocardial Infarction (MI) all over the world. The hospitalization rate of cardiac patients has increased in recent times, and it is a grave concern that despite hopes in the reduction of mortality, the increase in patients’ admission is growing day by day.

Somehow coronary artery disease impacts negatively on their ability to perform daily living activities and their independence. The results of physical activities amongst older patients to prevent cardiovascular disease should be estimated. A cross-sectional design and a convenience sampling technique can reduce the prevalence rate and risk of mortality.

Lifestyle has a dense impact on the progression of any common disease. Any positive approach to those will be the correct decision to change the pattern of diseases from acute to chronic. In this case, an exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation (CR) program must be taken into consideration to improve the functional capacity of the patients. This will also help them to maintain independence.

Performance-based physical activity measures can help a lot to find a qualitative content analysis regarding this active matter. To date, no study has used this performance-based objective measures in cardiac patients older then 65 years who are at different recovery stages after following any cardiac event.


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