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ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT01648673
Verified July 2015 by Steven J. Keteyian, Henry Ford Health System. Recruitment status was: Active, not recruiting
The main purpose of this pilot study is to evaluate an impact of JHI CR Platform on patient referral, recruitment and retention rates and overall patient satisfaction in cardiovascular rehabilitation programs at the HFHS.
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Ages Eligible for Study:
18 Years and older (Adult, Senior)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
Men and women age 18 years old (inclusive) and older
Recent hospitalization at HFHS Main Campus hospital with one of the following diagnosis
Patients must be attending outpatient CR program at the HFHS Detroit location.
Willingness to participate in the study and follow study requirements
Willingness to respond to several surveys at the baseline and periodically during the study
Active substance abuse per medical record
Unstable psychiatric condition
Inability to exercise
Unstable medical condition that would prevent safe and regular exercise training
Uncorrected Severe Aortic Stenosis or Severe Mitral Stenosis
Inpatient referring physician feels that exercise in contra-indicated due to safety reasons or is ill advised due to other patient specific factors
LVAD, Heart Transplant. Although these patients qualify for CR, HFHS is not recruiting them due to difficulty in coordinating with surgical patients and their providers. In addition, there may also be surgical issues (infection, wound dehiscence, bone healing etc) that may reasonably interfere with exercise.