COVID-19 no idoso: qual seria o momento ideal para iniciar atividade física no âmbito hospitalar?

Marco Antônio Orsini Neves, Mauricio de Sant Anna Jr, Marco Antônio Alves Azizi, Renata Rodrigues Teixeira Castro, Janie Kelly Fernandes do Nascimento, Nicolle dos Santos Moraes Nunes, Jacqueline Stephanie Fernandes do Nascimento

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Adatar do ínicio da pandemia da COVID-19, muito se dedicou a conter a transmissão viral. No entanto, já ocorre uma tendência também em se preocupar com os pacientes sobreviventes à infecção da SARS-CoV-2. Isso se dá pelo fato de que a moléstia desenvolve um forte embate na saúde física, mental e psicossocial, independentemente da gravidade pela qual o paciente foi submetido, podendo manifestar, cronicamente, fraqueza muscular, dor, disfunção pulmonar, ansiedade, depressão e redução da qualidade de vida. Para resolução dessa temática, a reabilitação pulmonar se mostrou como o meio terapêutico mais benéfico ao qual tais pacientes possam ser submetidos [1,2]...


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