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Exercise-based rehabilitation is of significant importance to patients with cardiovascular disease or at risk:
The EXPERT tool offers digital, interactive decision support tool for exercise prescription.
This pilot tool is based on the EXPERT Flowchart (EXercise Prescription in Everyday practice & Rehabilitation Training), developed by the University of Hasselt, in collaboration with the European Association of Preventive Cardiology.
This flowchart assists physicians and healthcare professionals in choosing and adopting the optimal exercise intervention in patients with various CVDs and/or a combination of risk factors.
Note: The EXPERT tool should be used with Google Chrome (it is not compatible with Internet Explorer)
Individual and Group licenses are available.
Buy a group license and create a working group within the EXPERT tool for your institution. In this way, you can share the patients' information among your colleagues (within the same institution).
Get exercise recommendations tailored to specific patients’ pathologies.
Get to know when to exercise caution while prescribing exercise recommendations for your patients.
Export each recommendation to a PDF file.
Revise the previous exercise recommendations that have been given to a patient and compare them to the current recommendation.
Keep your exercise prescription skills sharp by completing the training cases you can find in the EXPERT tool. There are 64 cases of patients with CVD with different levels of complexity. Compare your recommendation for these cases with the ones generated by the EXPERT tool, and thus, stay up-to-date with the latest EAPC recommendations.
Prepared by the University of Hasselt
License fee: 90€ excl. VAT
Group licenses are:
Note: Group license orders are usually processed within 5-10 working days.
The EXPERT tool is exclusively for EAPC members.
If you are already an EAPC member, log-in to your MyESC account. If not, join the EAPC community now.
Our Mission: To Reduce the Burden of Cardiovascular Disease
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