Symptoms of the locomotor system and after infection with Covid-19 ??
Symptoms last for weeks or even months and include: chronic pain and tenderness, problems with concentration and memory, muscle pain (myasthenia), headache and more …
The mother is described as the patient being run over, and this is medically called (Myalgic encephalomeylitis) or (Chronic fatigue syndwme)
Symptoms increase in patients with chronic diseases: pressure, diabetes, viral hepatitis, immune diseases and others. In addition to myasthenia, there is a period of fatigue and loss of focus.
After a short period of making any effort, no matter how simple, such as walking, for example, which is known as post extertional
A small percentage of those recovering will suffer from excessive nervousness, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder. And its treatment lies in medical drugs, psychotherapy and increasing the rate of exercise, taking into account the progression of exercise to maintain energy levels.
In a study of 180 patients on following up with Covid-19 patients and their infection was under severe infection, the results showed that 87.4% of them reported the persistence of some symptoms for at least a month, such as chronic fatigue and shortness of breath, regardless of the comparison from before the injury, and the CAP patients They exhibit the same symptoms, so they are not exclusive to Covid-19 patients
Primary care for post-traumatic cases ??
Covid is considered one of the diseases that target more than one organ in the human body, so follow-up is done with a number of specialties such as the nervous system – joints – internal – cardiac – thoracic – and rehabilitation
We start primary care 3 weeks after the first symptoms appear and last up to 12 weeks
It includes complete blood tests and inflammatory tests for ESR, CRP, Ferritin, and toponin
For patients whose injury required admission to intensive care, a chest X-ray after 12 weeks is necessary for follow-up, if there is a regression or progression of the disease.
For patients with damage to the lungs (as it appears through an X-ray and an OXYMATER) follow-up with the chest diseases and rehabilitation units.
Emphasizing the importance of psychological support and post-traumatic care is an important recommendation as it raises immunity levels in the body.