"Lifestyle changes in coronary heart disease—Effects of cardiac rehabilitation programs with focus on intensity, duration and content—A systematic review"
written by Camilla Strid, Hans Lingfors, Bengt Fridlund, Jan Mårtensson,
published by Open Journal of Nursing, Vol.2 No.4, 2012
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