Research Progress on the Influence of Movement Instruction on Community Life in Patients with Coronary Heart Disease

Weiyi Shi (Hainan Medical University School of International Education, Hainan Medical University)
Yang Yan (First Clinical College, Hainan Medical University)
Yifan Zheng (First Clinical College, Hainan Medical University)
Qifeng Wang (First Clinical College, Hainan Medical First Clinical College, Hainan Medical University)
Xinxin Zhou (First Clinical College, Hainan Medical University)
Zhilu Li (First Clinical College, Hainan Medical University)
Jing Zhang (The First Affiliated Hospital Of Hainan Medical University)
Jiayi Zhang (First Clinical College, Hainan Medical University, Haikou, Hainan, 570100, China)


The incidence of coronary heart disease increases year by year with the material level of our country. It has a harmful effect on the patient’s life health and quality of life. Movement Instruction is an important aspect of the secondary prevention project of cardiac rehabilitation in patients with coronary heart disease. Although it has a history of decades at inland and abroad, the present situation in China is not optimistic. Some studies have shown that the popularization and participation of cardiac rehabilitation is true and lacking. This paper sums up the relevant knowledge of coronary heart disease, coronary heart disease movement instruction and its impact on community life of patients at home and abroad, and reviews the research results of movement instruction on community rehabilitation of coronary heart disease in recent years, which provides a theoretical reference and prospect for the future research of community exercise rehabilitation of coronary heart disease.


Coronary heart disease; Community rehabilitation; Quality of life

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