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El ejercicio en la prevención de la enfermedad cardiovascular
Con la aparición de la biología molecular, se pudieron identificar los mecanismos subyacentes. El escaso cumplimiento es el principal inconveniente del entrenamiento en ejercicio físico.
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Dr. Agustin Centella Molina   Hace 10 meses
Hola
Para reforzar los conceptos de cambios en estilos de vida nos sigue poniendo en evidencia la importancia que tenemos como educadores para la población.
Empezar por cambiar nuestros hábitos para poder ser ejemplo de nuestros pacientes
Dr. Sergio Osvaldo Devich   Hace 1 año
El ejercicio físico no es una vacuna que previene todas las enfermedades. Sí es una herramienta muy eficaz para mejorar y mantener la salud. Esto ya no es tema de discusión, solo los necios pueden descreer. Yo sí, siendo médico deportólogo, tengo practico deportes con regularidad, pero tambien hubo médicos cardiólogos que hasta no hace muchos años seguían fumando mientras recomendaban lo contrario. Por supuesto que eso no ayudaba a los pacientes a seguir sus consejos.
Sí es útil para bajar de peso y el colesterol, pero si se acompaña con una alimentación sana va a ser más efectivo. Podrán discutir si realmente es útil para prevenir enfermedades cardíacas pero a los transplantados cardíacos los hacer rehabilitar caminando a un ritmo de 100 metros por minuto. Por algo será. Y no solo debe ser aeróbico suave, sino más enérgico y con ejercicios de musculación, No somos solo un corazón, es necesario que el resto de la musculatura pueda hacernos mover sin dificultad. Esto no es tema de discusión.
Dra. Sarah Rebeca Rosales Baca   Hace 1 año
Muy buen artículo! Ahora creo que lo importante es que las instancias gubernamentales en México favorezcan la apertura de espacios públicos seguros para la práctica diaria de ejercicio, además de crear programas de activación física efectivos dentro de las escuelas, las empresas y, en general, todas las áreas laborales
Dr. José Luís Escalona Suárez   Hace 1 año
El ejercicio no garantiza que padescas o no la enfermedad, y mas bien pudiese interpretar con la aparicion de enfermedades como mas rapido aparicion de artrosis,mas hipertrofia cardica.debe ser ejercicio aerobico ligero y asi no se baja el colesterol ni de peso.eso para no decir que el ejercicio es causa de hipercolesterolemia en algunos casos.hay mucho de que conocer del ejercicio que no es tan beneficioso ni tan perjudicial.
Dr. Alejandro Gomez Monroy   Hace 1 año
Es muy bueno, que un Portal tan importante como Intramed, publique estos resumenes sobre los beneficios del Ejercicio Físico, quienes venimos luchando, durante años por mostrar casi en soledad el profundo sentido científico que debe tener la prescripción del ejercicio físico en pacientes cardiovasculares, sabemos que el cambio debe comenzar concientizando a la comunidad médica y a la sociedad toda, de los benefición cardiovasculares (y otros generales) que se pueden lograr con el ejercicio físico...
Sin duda llegara el día en que no recomendar ejercicio como prevención primaria y el no enviar un paciente coronario a un Centro de Rehabilitación Cardiovascular Integral para su prevensión secundaria, sera considerado "legalmente" una "mala práxis".-

Dr. Alejandro M. Gómez Monroy
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Desde La Plata - Argentina
Dra. Susana María Presta   Hace 1 año
Muy buen artículo, si bien las prepagas y obras sociales son reticentes, de a poco se va reconociendo la medicina del deporte y su efecto sobre el paciente. De todas maneras solamente se puede prescribir ejercicio cuando quien lo indica esta convencido de lo que dice.
Dr. José Luís Escalona Suárez   Hace 1 año
Es un tema antiguo desde el siglo pasado lo conocemos.Ahora lo recomiendas vos como medico a tu paciente?das el ejemplo vos practicando algun deporte que te vean en la comunidad dedicandole tu rutina diaria? ahi te lo dejo piensalo.
Dr. Marcelo Flores   Hace 1 año
Excelente trabajo, como medicos debemos ser los primeros en realizar EF debido a nuestra actividad y promoverlo en la sociedad en general. Ojalá los Ministerios de Educacion y Salud entendieran los beneficios de la practica en los chicos.
Gracias.
Dr. Jorge Vazquez   Hace 1 año
Vaya articulo inmejorable! Uno de los ítems para estimular la AF debiera ser llegar a los propios médicos que no escapan a las generales de la ley respecto a su predominante sedentarismo e inconsecuencia con la disciplina física. Los medicos somos escuchados por le público, pero para que nuestras indicaciones sean convincentes debemos empezar por casa, sacando, por así decir, las asentaderas de la silla. Todo lo que hacen los Ministerios para estimular a los médicos a promover y realizar AF es poca, y no podemos esperar mucho de los grandes hacedores de la "ideología médica", entre otros: 1 - Las Obras Sociales , a las que no les pasa x las mentes que el sedentarismo es una enfermedad y que requiere prestaciones aranceladas (palabra de deportólogo!), y 2- La industria farmacéutica, formadoras de mentes a través de su "propaganda médica" que apunta - siendo generosos - a un final bandera verde entre la ganancia y la salud de la gente. Pero si hay un ámbito en que el medico debe recibir la impronta de la AF, es el pregrado y las residencias médicas, es decir actuando en las mentes mas jóvenes, en donde la AF "minor" - como son las pausas activas en el aula - debiera ser la norma, pero amplificadas luego por la práctica en el Campus, como se hace en otros paises - bajo la inteligencia de que no solo deben formarse los cuerpos sanos de los médicos, sino tambien su voluntad "a la hora de la lapicera" cuando redactamos nuestros recetarios y presripciones
Dr. Esteban Alberto Serrano   Hace 1 año
Excelente. Muy bien desarrollado el tema.
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