Heart To Heart

With increasing improvement in medical sciences, patients who have suffered a heart attack and stroke are able to live a long and productive life. In patients with such chronic infirmity, effective improvement is based on continuity of care backed by the education of the patient, who is encouraged to participate in managing his illness. Communication between the doctor and the patient is important to improve the quality of life. The quality of communication received is a major determinant of patient behavior and attitude. A well-communicated patient could be easily distinguished from many by his satisfaction with the doctor, comprehension, and memory of the information received treatment adherence, level of reassurance and cooperative response to the relationship with the physician.

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