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PREVENT SECONDARY CARDIAC EVENTS

 

„After myocardial infarction, it is an emotional up and down. I do not know anymore what I can physically do and what my heart is able to endure.“

Peter, 63 years old, myocardial infarction in June 2019

 
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WHY CARITY?

The psychosocial dimension of cardiac rehabilitation

Patients after myocardial infarction and with heart failure suffer from a loss of confidence that leads to reduced activity. Combined with lack of motivation and poor adherence to the rehabilitation program, they have a worse therapeutic outcome and face a higher risk of secondary events. Often the rehabilitation program does only consider partly the psychosocial dimension of the patients’ condition. Such psychosocial dimension is usually addressed detached from the main rehabilitation program and mostly ignored as a key component for patient motivation, confidence and adherence.

 
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WHAT IS CARITY?

Adjunct coach for cardiac rehabilitation

Carity is a digital coach and therapeutics actively used during the standard cardiac rehabilitation program and smoothly accompanying the patient after rehabilitation. Carity gives confidence back to patients and keeps them motivated to achieve their personal therapy goals and a long-term cardiovascular health improvement.


Carity combines ease of use, clinical practice and therapeutic advice. By translating collected patient health data and input into personalized goals, coaching advice, and supporters' network, Carity achieves a new level of patient engagement and therapy adherence. Carity is aimed at reducing the risk of a secondary cardiac event and subsequent healthcare costs.

 

WHOM DOES CARITY HELP?

 
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PATIENT

Feels insecure when not at centre. Has lost confidence in his heart and fears another event. Would like to have the same life as before.

PARTNERS

Our valued Helpmates

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EVOLEEN

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CORSANO

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STARTFELD

 

„I think that I should be more active, but sometimes you are simply not in the mood for it. Ideally, one should be exercising for his heart every day."

Judith, 73 year old, myocardial infarction in April 2018

 

LEGAL NOTICE AND DISCLAIMER

Carity AG

Herbergstrasse 16, 9524 Zuzwil, Switzerland

E-Mail. info@carity.care

Board of Directors. Jean-Daniel Sieber (Chairman), Chris Gugl (Member), Frédéric Gabriel (Member and CEO)


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