Acute Coronary Syndromes and Angina
1. Implement evidence-based secondary prevention recommendations in post-ACS patients.
2. Use evidence-based criteria in determining safe and effective medications to prescribe at discharge post-ACS.
3. Counsel patient to address concerns in the period immediately following discharge for ACS, with an emphasis on assessing and monitoring for psychosocial issues that may impact post-ACS outcomes.
4. Prescribe cardiac rehabilitation for post-ACS patients, emphasizing coordination of care and follow-up.
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David Parrish, MD, MS, FAAFP - Director, Family Medicine Residency Program, Bayfront Medical Center, St. Petersburg, Florida
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