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          The most profound resources necessary for non-acute care for cardiorespiratory issues include those that are designed to support patient independence, prevent disease, and promote health (Johnson, 2018). This include among many others exercise counselling, health promotion and disease prevention education, as well as family support to decrease stress. For example, incorporating pulmonary rehabilitation in exercise counselling can help individuals learn significant exercises and breathing techniques important for healthy living (Yohannes et al., 2021). Other resources include important material for home health, which could enable people to understand their condition, gain needed support such as medication and use of certain equipment to promote health. It can include those that help to promote physical therapy, emotional therapy, and other social issues for increased quality of life.

          In other words, patients with non-acute conditions have to be educated, supported, and provided with necessary resources such as printed material about their problem and the things that would help them stay informed. The internet is also a great resources, but the patient must be cautioned about credible sources on the web. Support groups such as family, community organizations, clubs and religious institutions also offer a great resources for coping and independence. At home, resources like walkers, oxygen tanks, and even wheel chairs can be essential. To avoid readmission educational material upon discharge can promote self-management of patients health condition. This would cover information about healthy lifestyle, to improve health status. In the current technological era, patients can also benefit from automated follow up communications through interactive voice response systems, text, and email to remind patients to take medications, attend scheduled appointments, health screening, as well as check-ups. Health professionals can also use surveys to monitor the patients recovery process. A great resource is Patient Bond, which allows health professionals to understand their patients needs, motivations, perceptions and desires through customized surveys.

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