Cardiovascular Rehabilitation for transient ischaemic Attack and Mild Stroke: the CRAMS effectiveness-implementation hybrid study protocol

Nicole Freene, Hannah Wallett, Allyson Flynn, Elisabeth Preston, Shahla Cowans, Christian Lueck, Theophile Niyonsenga, Itismita Mohanty & Rachel Davey
Abstract Background Internationally, stroke and cardiac rehabilitation clinicians agree that current cardiac rehabilitation models are a suitable secondary prevention program for people following a transient ischaemic attack (TIA) or mild stroke. There is strong evidence for exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation in people with heart disease, however, the evidence for cardiac rehabilitation post-TIA or stroke is limited. Here we will explore the effectiveness and implementation of an integrated (TIA, mild stroke, heart disease) traditional exercise-based cardiovascular rehabilitation...
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