Self-management interventions appear to be effective for improving the frequency of angina symptoms and related physical limitation

Self-management interventions appear to be effective for improving the frequency of angina symptoms and related physical limitation

Author: BMC Cardiovascular Disorders (McGillion et al)

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Based on a meta-analysis of 9 trials involving 1,282 patients, this article found that self-management interventions appear to be effective in improving the frequency of angina symptoms and related physical limitation. The analysis also found that self-management training also appears to have an overall positive impact on depression scores, which has not been found previously.

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