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Title: Pulmonary rehabilitation principles in SARS-COV-2 infection (COVID-19): A guideline for the acute and subacute rehabilitation
Authors: Aytür, Yeşim Kurtaiş
Köseoğlu, Belma Füsun
Özyemişçi Taşkıran, Özden
Ordu-Gökkaya, Nilüfer Kutay
Ünsal Delialioğlu, Sibel
Sonel Tur, Birkan
Sarıkaya, Selda
Şirzai, Hülya
Tekdemir Tiftik, Tülay
Alemdaroğlu, Ebru
Ayhan, F. Figen
Duyur Çakıt, Burcu
Genç, Aysun
Gündoğdu, İbrahim
Güzel, Rengin
Demirbağ Karayel, Derya
Bilir Kaya, Başak
Öken, Öznur
Özdemir, Hande
Soyupek, Feray
Tıkız, Canan
Keywords: COVID-19
guideline. pulmonary rehabilitation
severe acute respiratory syndrome
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Turkish Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Türkiye Fiziksel Tıp ve Rehabilitasyon Derneği
Source: Aytür, Y. K., Köseoğlu, B. F., Taşkıran, Ö. Ö., Ordu-Gökkaya, N. K., Delialioğlu, S. Ü., Tur, B. S., ... & Ayhan, F. F. (2020). Pulmonary rehabilitation principles in SARS-COV-2 infection (COVID-19): A guideline for the acute and subacute rehabilitation. Turkish Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (2587-0823), 66(2).
Abstract: Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a contagious infection disease, which may cause respiratory, physical, psychological, and generalized systemic dysfunction. The severity of disease ranges from an asymptomatic infection or mild illness to mild or severe pneumonia with respiratory failure and/or death. COVID-19 dramatically affects the pulmonary system. There is a lack of knowledge about the long-term outcomes of the disease and the possible sequelae and rehabilitation. This clinical practice guideline includes pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) recommendations for adult COVID-19 patients and has been developed in the light of the guidelines on the diagnosis and treatment of COVID-19 provided by the World Health Organization and Republic of Turkey, Ministry of Health, recently published scientific literature, and PR recommendations for COVID-19 regarding basic principles of PR. In this guideline, the contagiousness of COVID-19, recommendations on limited contact of patient with healthcare providers, and the evidence about possible benefits of PR were taken into consideration.
ISSN: 2587-0823
Appears in Collections:Dahili Tıp Bilimleri Bölümü / Department of Internal Medical Sciences
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