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It is a good idea to prepare for hospitalization when it is scheduled in advance. Similarly, planning your return home gives you a chance to identify and address potential obstacles.
Even after a heart attack, many patients forgot their medications
According to a Canadian study conducted in more than 100 hospitals and involving a little over 4,500 patients, many Canadians who have suffered a heart attack would greatly benefit from a clearer understanding of the significance of their medications. The medications that are prescribed when patients are discharged from hospital are essential in reducing the risk of complications and mortality, because the period immediately following a heart attack is a particularly critical one.
Planning ahead for your hospital discharge
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