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Primary information events

As a Heart Hospital patient, you and your loved ones can participate in Heart Hospital’s primary information events, which are organised by patient groups and provide patients information about their illness and the relevant treatment.

Primary information about coronary heart disease

The event is for people with known coronary heart disease, myocardial infarction and those who have had coronary angioplasty. At the event, the patient and their loved one(s) receive primary information on coronary heart disease and its treatment.

Content of the event:

  • Coronary heart disease, medication and angioplasty
  • Follow-up of the disease
  • Rehabilitation options
  • Mood
  • Social security
  • Heart-friendly diet
  • Heart and exercise

The lecturers are a specialist in cardiology, a rehabilitation advisor, a nutritionist and a physiotherapist.

Imminent heart surgery

The information session is aimed at those who arrive for heart surgery, and their loved one(s).

Content of the event:

  • Heart Surgery
  • Intensive care and ward
  • Physiotherapy at the hospital stage
  • Mood before and after surgery
  • Blood-thinning medication and diet
  • Rehabilitation

The lecturers are a specialist in cardiology, a rehabilitation advisor, a nutritionist and a physiotherapist.

After heart surgery

The information session is aimed at persons recovering from heart surgery. At the event, patients receive information about rehabilitation after heart surgery.

Content of the event:

  • Coronary heart disease and bypass surgery
  • Flap/aortic diseases and surgery
  • Recovery from surgery
  • Lifestyle
  • Emotional wellbeing
  • Rehabilitation options
  • Organising monitoring
  • Exercise after heart surgery

The lecturers are a specialist in cardiothoracic surgery, a rehabilitation advisor, and a physiotherapist.