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Rehabilitation after COVID-19: An evidence-based approach


Autor/in:

Wade, Derick T.


Herausgeber/in:

k. A.


Quelle:

Clinical medicine, 2020, Volume 20 (Issue 4), Seite 359-364, London: Royal College of Physicians, ISSN: 1470-2118 (Print); 1473-4893 (Online)


Jahr:

2020



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Abstract:


After severe COVID-19 disease, many patients will experience a variety of problems with normal functioning and will require rehabilitation services to overcome these problems.

The principles of and evidence on rehabilitation will allow an effective response. These include a simple screening process; use of a multidisciplinary expert team; four evidence-based classes of intervention (exercise, practice, psychosocial support, and education particularly about self-management); and a range of tailored interventions for other problems.

The large number of COVID-19 patients needing rehabilitation coupled with the backlog remaining from the crisis will challenge existing services. The principles underpinning vital service reconfigurations needed are discussed.


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Clinical medicine
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Referenznummer:

R/ZA7628


Informationsstand: 18.03.2021

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