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Acute Med Surg ; 9(1): e789, 2022.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-2074909

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Background: Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), an infectious disease caused by the novel coronavirus severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), has spread worldwide since early 2020, and there are still no signs of resolution. The Japanese Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Management of Sepsis and Septic Shock (J-SSCG) 2020 Special Committee created the Japanese Rapid/Living recommendations on drug management for COVID-19 using the experience of creating the J-SSCG. Methods: The Grades of Recommendation, Assessment, Development, and Evaluation (GRADE) approach was used to determine the certainty of the evidence and strength of recommendations. The first edition of this guideline was released on September 9, 2020, and this is the revised edition (version 5.0; released on July 15, 2022). Clinical questions (CQs) were set for the following 10 drugs: favipiravir (CQ1), remdesivir (CQ2), corticosteroids (CQ4), tocilizumab (CQ5), anticoagulants (CQ7), baricitinib (CQ8), casirivimab/imdevimab (CQ9-1), sotrovimab (CQ9-2), molnupiravir (CQ10), and nirmatrelvir/ritonavir (CQ11). Recommendations: Favipiravir is not suggested for all patients with COVID-19 (GRADE 2C). Remdesivir is suggested for patients with mild COVID-19 who do not require oxygen, and patients with moderate COVID-19 requiring supplemental oxygen/hospitalization (both GRADE 2B). Corticosteroids are recommended for moderate and severe COVID-19 (GRADE 1B, 1A). However, their administration is not recommended for mild COVID-19 (GRADE 1B). Tocilizumab is suggested for moderate and severe COVID-19 (GRADE 2B, 2C). Anticoagulant administration is recommended for moderate and severe COVID-19 (Good Practice Statement). Baricitinib is suggested for moderate and severe COVID-19 (both GRADE 2C). Casirivimab/imdevimab and sotrovimab are recommended for mild COVID-19 (both GRADE 2C). Molnupiravir and nirmatrelvir/ritonavir are recommended for mild COVID-19 (both GRADE 2C). SARS-CoV-2 mutant strains emerge occasionally, and each time, the treatment policy at clinics is forced to change drastically. We ask health-care professionals in the field to refer to the recommendations in these guidelines and use these to keep up to date with COVID-19 epidemiological information.

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Clinical and Experimental Rheumatology ; 40(10):97, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2067773

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Background. The National Sjogren's Patient Association (NVSP), the only Sjogren's patient association in the Netherlands, was founded on 10 December 1986 and currently has 2150 members. Our goals are to represent the interests of our members and to provide patients and their families with information. Objectives. The NVSP receives questions through several channels from patients with Sjogren's and non-Sjogren sicca. They are worried about the consequences of the restrictions on daily life and work and what corona can do to their disease. Methods. An attempt was made to get a picture of what the patients think by means of a survey. The results of the survey can lead to recommendations. In this way, their concerns can be addressed and the continuity of care among the many care providers with whom a Sjogren's patient comes into contact can be guaranteed also during the corona pandemic. Results. A total of 95 patients completed the survey in the period from 26 May to 20 July 2020, between the first and second lockdown. Concerns about corona in relation to daily life and work: 73% of respondents adjusted their daily activities during the pandemic due to government guidelines and the fear of getting corona. Hobbies outside the home and voluntary work have been drastically reduced. Working at home increased because employers did not consider it wise to come to work. Continuity of healthcare: A quarter of the participants think that healthcare has changed a lot to very much (Fig. 1). Relatively many appointments with GPs, dentists, oral hygienists, ophthalmologists and physiotherapists were cancelled, rescheduled or postponed compared to the other disciplines. The GP was virtually unavailable by phone. Concerned more than others: Corona contributes to uncertainty in Sjogren's patients for several reasons. It is not clear in which case the condition leads to a higher risk of corona and what it means for work. Conclusions. Concerns about corona in relation to daily life and work: people have started to work more inside than outside, both in business and in private. Continuity of healthcare: due to the sudden pandemic, many decisions were made about the patient and not with the patient. Even though many appointments continued, albeit in a different way, the patients were very satisfied with this. Alternatives to maintain face-to-face contact with patients (such as video calling) were not sufficiently explored. Concerned more than others: 66% indicated that they consider themselves vulnerable to corona because they have Sjogren's disease (Fig. 2), or take immunosuppressive medication, or because the specialist indicates that they are in a high-risk group. Several of the above factors may apply to a patient. (Figure Presented).

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Pakistan Journal of Medical and Health Sciences ; 16(8):192-195, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2067748

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Aim: To evaluate the pattern of surgical emergencies and surgical care provided during COIVD 19 pandemic. Study design: Cross-sectional Study Place and duration of study: Department of Surgery, CMH, Lahore from 15th March - 15 June 2020. Methodology: Data was collected retrospectively, of all the patients who were admitted in department of surgery over the duration of 3 months. Demographic variables, diagnosis, work up related to COVID-19, specialty of admission and surgical vs conservative management was recorded. Results: A total of 312 patients were included. Majority were male 216(69.2%). Most of the patients 191(61.2%) were admitted via clinic, predominantly in month of May 148(41%). COVID-19 PCR was done on 210 patients (67.3%), chest x-ray was done on 271(87.9%), HRCT chest was done on 113 patients (29.20%). Although general surgery was the busiest service line with a total patient admission of 89(43.1%), Orthopedic surgery top the operative interventions list with 85.1% of admissions underwent operative management. Conclusion: The current local guidelines about patient flow and management of patients in COVID crisis are practical and can be implemented. In the wake of the later waves of COVID 19 hospitals should prepare to divert their resources to high volume specialties like General and orthopedic surgery. Simple, but important procedures like arteriovenous fistula creation should only be stopped it there is shortage of manpower.

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Pakistan Journal of Medical and Health Sciences ; 16(8):24-26, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2067738

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Aim: To evaluate the potential use of ivermectin with standard therapy among mild to moderate covid-19 illness. Methods: This is a single-centered, prospective observational, randomized, parallel group (1:1 ratio), standard versus controlled ivermectin study recruited 210 confirmed COVID-19 positive patients who were admitted in COVID treatment center of Dr Ruth Kum Pafu Civil hospital Karachi, Pakistan from 1st November 2020 to 30th May 2021. Data were analyzed using SPSS version Results: Total of 210 patients were enrolled in the study and aged matched patients were divided in two groups 105 patients received ivermectin 6 mg twice a day for five days along with standard therapy while remaining 105 patients received standard therapy as per local and international guidelines. Male were 140(66.7%) and female 70(33.3%);age ranges between 26 to 77 years and majority 140( 66.7%) were more than 50 years of age. Fever, dry cough and dyspnea were the major symptoms seen;112(53.3%) patients had DM as a comorbid illness . Total of 21(20%) of 105 patients of ivermectin group had negative PCR for COVID 19 on day seven while the other group had positive covid test in all of 105 patients . On day 10 total of 49 more patients from ivermectin group found COVID negative along with 21 previously negative had second PCR was found negative in this way total of 70( 66.7%) of ivermectin group had negative PCR for COVID 19 while 21(20%) patients from non ivermectin got negative PCR for COVID 19 on day 10 . Conclusion: Use of ivermectin with standard therapy clear the virus earlier than standard therapy in mild to moderate COVID-19 infected patients admitted in COVID treatment center of Dr Ruth Kum Pafu Civil Hospital Karachi.

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NeuroQuantology ; 20(11):1983-1998, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2067334

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This study aimed to investigate the anecdote text written by tenth grade students of MA AssulaimaniyahMojoagung, Indonesia. It was taught in the first semester by using Schoology learning management system (LMS) that implemented flipped classroom learning in the era of covid-19. This study was qualitative research in form of case study with a total subject was 21 students. From 21 students, 5 students who had good ability in writing anecdote text and communication were chosen as sample to be interviewed. The instruments were test questions, interview and observation guidelines. Data was collected by using tests, conducting interviews, and observing the learning process. Data was validated by using triangulations of data, researcher, and theory. Technique in analysing data was content analysis that was started from 1) data reduction, 2) data presentation, and 3) drawing conclusion/verification. The results of study showed that in the ion, the students wrote about the afternoon setting with rainy condition. In the orientation, they created conflicts between the characters in the text. In the crisis/complication, they created a conversation about the cheap fuel notes. In the reaction, there was a form of satire or criticism in the text. In the coda, they wrote rhetorical sentences that became the end of conversation in anecdote text. This study concluded that anecdote text written by the tenth grade students using Schoology LMS that implemented flipped classroom learning in the era of covid-19 was good.

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NeuroQuantology ; 20(10):7320-7335, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2067315

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As the threat of a coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic subsides, governments throughout the world are dealing with epidemic concerns due to the occurrence of monkeypox cases in various areas. Previously limited to African countries, the majority of monkeypox cases associated with the 2022 epidemic have been recorded in countries throughout Europe and the Western Hemisphere. While multiple organisations are doing contact-tracing operations, it is still unclear how this outbreak began. Monkeypox virus is one of several zoonotic viruses in the Orthopoxvirus genus of the Poxviridae family. Following the universal abolition of smallpox in the 1970s, monkeypox outbreaks drew international attention.The smallpox immunisation provided immunity against the monkeypox virus. Monkeypox cases rose when smallpox vaccine was halted. It wasn't until the 2003 US pandemic that monkeypox became well known. The virus did not originate in monkeys, despite the name "monkeypox." Although other rodents and small animals have been recognised as the virus's origins, the precise origin of monkeypox is uncertain. The viral infection was originally observed in macaque monkeys, thus the term monkeypox. Although human-to-human transmission of monkeypox is exceedingly rare, it is usually associated with respiratory droplets or direct contact with infected people's mucocutaneous sores. There is presently no treatment available for infected people;however, supportive therapies can be utilised to relieve symptoms;drugs such as tecovirimat may be used in severe cases. Many therapy are subjective since there are no unambiguous guidelines for symptom relief.

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Journal of Clinical Outcomes Management ; 29(5):39-48, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2067257

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Objective: The COVID-19 pandemic has been a challenge for hospital medical staffs worldwide due to high volumes of patients acutely ill with novel syndromes and prevailing uncertainty regarding optimum supportive and therapeutic interventions. Additionally, the response to this crisis was driven by a plethora of nontraditional information sources, such as email chains, websites, non-peer-reviewed preprints, and press releases. Care patterns became idiosyncratic and often incorporated unproven interventions driven by these nontraditional information sources. This report evaluates the efforts of a health system to create and empower a multidisciplinary committee to develop, implement, and monitor evidence-based, standardized protocols for patients with COVID-19. Method(s): This report describes the composition of the committee, its scope, and its important interactions with the health system pharmacy and therapeutics committee, research teams, and other work groups planning other aspects of COVID-19 management. It illustrates how the committee was used to demonstrate for trainees the process and value of critically examining evidence, even in a chaotic environment. Result(s): Data show successful interventions in reducing excessive ordering of certain laboratory tests, reduction of nonrecommended therapies, and rapid uptake of evidence-based or guidelines-supported interventions. Conclusion(s): A multidisciplinary committee dedicated solely to planning, implementing, and monitoring standard approaches that eventually became evidence-based decision-making led to an improved focus on treatment options and outcomes for COVID-19 patients. Data presented illustrate the attainable success of a committee that is both adaptable and suitable for similar emergencies in the future. Copyright © 2022 Turner White Communications Inc.. All rights reserved.

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Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research ; 16(9):FC15-FC19, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2067197

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Introduction: Long-term repercussions of Coronavirus Disease-2019 (COVID-19) on antimicrobial resistance have been raised as a grave concern due to the rampant use of antibiotics in the management of COVID-19. As per meta-analysis, the prevalence of antibiotic prescribing was 74.6% which was significantly higher than the estimated prevalence of bacterial co-infection. World Health Organisation (WHO) recommended that antibiotic therapy should not be used in patients with mild/moderate COVID-19 unless there is any bacterial suspicion. Also, the guidelines laid down by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, does not recommend systematic empiric antibiotic therapy in patients hospitalised with COVID-19. Despite not being recommended, antimicrobials are still given in clinical practice. Aim(s): To analyse prescriptions for antimicrobials and to identify potential predictors for antibiotic prescription. Material(s) and Method(s): A retrospective observational study was conducted at a tertiary care teaching institute. Data (demographic profile, co-morbidities, disease category, prescribed antimicrobials, laboratory investigations, and duration of hospital stay) were collected from case files of patients with laboratory-confirmed Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Corona Virus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection. These patients were admitted in the institute from January 2021 to May 2021. Logistic regression was used to analyse factors associated with the empirical use of antimicrobial agents. Result(s): A total of 184 case files were analysed. The mean age of patients was 55.84+/-15.72 years, with a male preponderance (70.10%). Among antimicrobials, antivirals were prescribed in 159 (86.41%) patients, and antibiotics in 152 patients (82.6%). Antivirals prescribed include Remdesivir [109(68.55%)] and Favipiravir [70(44.02%)]. Ceftriaxone was found to be the highest prescribed antibiotic, with a median duration of administration of six days. An association was found between disease severity and CRP level with antibiotic prescription. On multivariable analysis, the odds of receiving antibiotics were 6.7 times higher in patients with severe disease. Conclusion(s): More than 80% of COVID-19 patients received antibiotics. Duration of hospital stay was similar among patients whether they received antibiotics or not. Disease severity and raised CRP level were strong predictors for prescribing antibiotics for COVID-19. Copyright © 2022 Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. All rights reserved.

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Archives of Clinical Infectious Diseases ; 17(4), 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2067097

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Context: The current pandemic of COVID-19 affected all people of the world. Evidence Acquisition: Most complications of SARS-CoV-2 are causally related to severe pneumonia due to host immune response in the form of a cytokine storm. The other causes of an increased mortality rate among COVID-19 patients are secondary infections. Results: Mucormycosis is a life-threatening infection that gained much attention in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. A rise in the frequency of COVID-19-associated mucormycosis (CAM) occurred in 2020 and 2021. Overall, mortality of CAM has been reported as 54%-75%. Conclusions: Although awareness of the disease has increased among treating physicians, disease-associated morbidity and mortality are still high. The guideline is intended to serve as a reference to prevent mucormycosis in COVID-19 patients and help health-care providers choose diagnostic and treatment methods for the best management of CAM cases.

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Indian Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine ; 26(3):140-150, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2066865

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Background: The COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) among the frontline health care workers (HCWs). Even though PPE helps in preventing infection, it poses significant physical and psychological impacts at varying levels. Correspondingly, multiple independent studies have brought out the PPE-associated problems. However, there exists a lacuna on comprehensive information of global prevalence related to the same. Aim(s): To estimate the prevalence and risk factors of PPE among HCWs during COVID-19 across the globe. Design(s): Systematic review and meta-analysis. Method(s): The review was undertaken as per the protocol registered in PROSPERO CRD42021272216 following Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis(PRISMA) guidelines. Two independent reviewers have undertaken the search strategy, study selection, and methodological quality assessment. Discrepancies were addressed by the third reviewer. Heterogeneity was addressed through I2 statistics and forest plots generated by open meta-software. Result(s): A total of 16 articles conducted across 6 different countries among 10,182 HCWs were included in the review. The pooled prevalence of skin lesions, headache, sweating, breathing difficulty, vision difficulty, thirst/dry mouth, fatigue, and communication difficulty, anxiety, fear were 57 (47-66%), 51 (37-64%), 75 (56-90%), 44 (23-68%), 61 (21-94%), 54 (30-77%), 67 (58-76%), 74 (47-94%), 28 (24-33%), 14 (10-17%), respectively. Moreover, the various risk factors included are the use of PPE for >6 h and young females. In addition, the medical management of new-onset problems created an additional burden on the frontline health care personnel (HCP). Conclusion(s): The frontline HCWs encountered physical and psychological problems at varying levels as a result of wearing PPE which needs to be addressed to prevent the inadequate use of PPE leading to infections. Copyright © 2022 Wolters Kluwer Medknow Publications. All rights reserved.

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Open Access Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences ; 10:1272-1275, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2066704

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BACKGROUND: Mechanical chest compression devices play an important role in assisting patients undergoing cardiac arrest. However, this equipment induces an aerosol-generating procedure that could contaminate hospital staff. The development of a remote control system for mechanical chest compression devices may solve the problem;however, there are currently no studies regarding the efficacy of this system. AIM: This study aims to analyze efficacy of remote control systems for mechanical chest compression devices and compare it with non-remote control systems. METHODS: This was an analytical cross-sectional study at Srinagarind Hospital, Thailand. Data were collected in two periods of the study. The first period was between January and December 2021 using a non-remote control system to operate the mechanical chest compression device. The second period was from January to April 2022 and collected data on the use of a remote control system. RESULTS: Sixty-four participants were examined over the 16-month period of the study. A total of 53.1% (n = 34) of participants were male and the mean age of the patients was 52.4 ± 5.1 years old. The number of emergency medical service members (EMS) needed for resuscitation in the remote control group was less than the non-remote control group (3 vs. 5;p = 0.040). The number of emergency department (ED) members needed for resuscitation in the remote control group was four compared with eight in the non-remote control group. CONCLUSIONS: The remote controlled mechanical chest compression device can effectively reduce the number of staff working both in the EMS and in the ED of the hospital, thus reducing exposure and contamination from aerosol-generating procedure. It was also proven accurate in terms of rate and depth of chest compression according to resuscitation guidelines.

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Open Access Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences ; 10:217-221, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2066680

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INTRODUCTION: The first data for COVID-19 in pregnancy showed mild-to-moderate forms of the disease while the current data speak of severe forms in these subjects. Here, we present a case of a severe form of COVID-19 in a gemelar pregnant woman complicated with pneumomediastinum and pneumothorax, during her hospital stay, in a late stage of disease. CASE PRESENTATION: A 38-year-old multiparous woman was referred to university hospital at 25 weeks of gemelar pregnancy. On admission, the patient presented with signs of moderate respiratory insufficiency, which after 12 h progressed further to severe ARDS. She tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 on quantitative real-time polymerase chain reaction. Under these conditions, it was decided that the patient undergoes a cesarean section for termination of pregnancy. Remdesivir 200 mg/day and tocilizumab 8 mg/kg were administered, based on national guidelines. The patient’s fever subsided, but her SpO2 remained at 94%, even with a 15 L/min oxygen mask. After 12 days, the patient complains of a severe back pain and her respiratory condition rapidly worsened and reduced saturations up to 80% being under O2 therapy with facial mask with 15 l/min. Chest CT findings confirmed pneumomediastinum and pneumothorax, which deteriorated the patient’s status. Thereafter, tube thoracostomy was performed. There was a clinical and ABG analysis parameter’s improvement. The patient was discharged 34 days after cesarean delivery with a proper general health. CONCLUSION: Our case highlights even more convincingly the fact that, in pregnancy, can be severe to life-threating forms of COVID-19. Pneumothorax and pneumomediastinum are complications that can be encountered even in the late stages of severe forms cases with COVID-19 in pregnancy. Early diagnosis of these complications is essential in adequate management and treatment to avoid fatal outcome.

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ARS Medica Tomitana ; 27(1):50-57, 2021.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2065355

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It was found that oncological patients are4 to 8 times more likely of developing severe forms of COVID-19 infection than other patients, so mortality is higher in patients with gyneco-logical cancer. Due to this pandemic, reported delays in diagnosis and treatment of genital cancer and changes in disease management, may influence the natural history of neoplasm. This fact adds more stress and fear for patients with neoplasms. Adequate protective measures are essen-tial for SARS CoV2 infection avoidance and lead to changes in healthcare professionals clinical practice. Prioritization is important, but direct personal interactions should be limited. However, gynecological tumors surgery, chemotherapy, and radiotherapy should continue as high priority practices, without essential modification. The conclusion is that COVID-19 pandemic has affect-ed many guides for management of diseases, especially oncological. Adaptations in clinical prac-tice may avoid viral infection and reduce mortality and severe complications. Copyright © 2021 Dragos-Eugen Georgescu et al., published by Sciendo.

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Current Respiratory Medicine Reviews ; 18(3):161-164, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2065267

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Pulmonary rehabilitation is a multidisciplinary intervention recommended by international guidelines in managing COVID-19 patients and/or post-COVID-19 conditions with mid-and long-term complications of the initial illness. Physiotherapy-based pulmonary rehabilitation has received considerable attention since the COVID-19 pandemic, with supervised exercise training probably the most important component. Current guidelines clearly encourage low-to moderate-intensity exercises for COVID-19 recovered patients and discourage high-intensity/vigorous exercises. However, the ongoing interest in high-intensity interval training (HIIT) has extended to post-COVID-19 rehabilitation based on its efficacy and safety in other patient populations. In this perspective, several reasons behind the possibility of the inappropriateness of the HIIT in post-COVID-19 conditions will be discussed and supported by evidence. In addition, the key points for safe exercise after COVID-19 illness will be listed.

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Current Respiratory Medicine Reviews ; 18(3):171-178, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2065266

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Exercise training is paramount in improving aerobic capacity, lung function, reducing the symptoms of dyspnea, and reconditioning the lean skeletal muscles. Many literature and guidelines have advocated the importance of exercise intervention in addressing the secondary impairment to post covid-19 infection, including home-based therapy and telerehabilitation. Pulmonary hypertension (PH) was previously thought to be contraindicated by exercise training;however, exercise was later found to be beneficial and relatively safe in chronic PH. However, there is a lack of highquality evidence on the safety and effectiveness of exercise training in post-COVID-19 infected individuals with PH. Pulmonary hypertension has been documented to be one of the post-COVID-19 complications. PH occurred due to COVID-19 infection should be carefully considered before subjecting them to exercise training, especially in home-based therapy. This article aims to discuss the differing etiological factor, pathophysiological backgrounds, and the possible disease long-term outcomes that may compromise the safety of exercise training in post-COVID-19 patients complicated with PH. By understanding the risk of developing PH, risk assessment and stratification can be explicitly outlined for a safe exercise prescription through proper patient selections. Any possible complications can be anticipated;hence, proper preventive strategies can be instituted.

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Saude e Sociedade ; 31(3) (no pagination), 2022.
Article in English, Portuguese | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2065233

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The pandemic caused by the new coronavirus has impacted social interactions and lifestyle habits, including changes in the context of food. To promote health education, several food and nutrition guides were developed for the population. This study, of qualitative approach, carried out a reflexive analysis of four food and nutrition guides made during the pandemic, by content analysis, and identified three thematic axes: (1) meal planning;(2) cleaning of purchases and food;and (3) healthy eating food choice. The analyzed guides provide guidance on practical aspects of food and nutrition in this period of uncertainty regarding health protection. However, the approach to themes encompassing the individual's integral health such as: food security and cultural, symbolic, and macrosocial aspects related to food choices, showed a gap. Copyright © 2022, Universidade de Sao Paulo. Museu de Zoologia. All rights reserved.

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Pharmaceutical Journal ; 307(7956), 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2065015
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Pharmaceutical Journal ; 307(7952), 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2064990
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Pharmaceutical Journal ; 306(7950), 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2064969
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Pharmaceutical Journal ; 306(7950), 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2064964
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