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Therapeutic treatment analysis of SARS COVID2
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Poster Title: Therapeutic treatment analysis of SARS COVID2
Submitted on 31 May 2021
Author(s): Karthikeyan T
Affiliations: NIMHANS(A Govt Of India)
This poster was presented at 1st online International conference Conducted by Adesh University Muksar Punjab India
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Abstract: Physiotherapy Treatment analysis for SARS Covid 2
Purpose The current pandemic COVID-19 has changed the entire world population's physical and mental wellbeing. Flourishing numbers of new research recommends the need for physiotherapy in the management of COVID- 19. The purpose of this platform was to review all physiotherapy COVID- 19 related studies and to summarize their efficacious highlights.
Search Databases: PubMed, PEDro, DOAJ, The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, TRIP database Plus & Google scholar Keywords: “Physiotherapy”, “COVID- 19”, “Coronavirus”
Selection criteria: Studies included physiotherapy intervention as a tool for recovery in COVID- 19 Evaluated all full text articles in English from December 2019 to August 2020
Exclusion criteria: Animal studies, other than COVID- 19 studies, physiotherapy as adjunct treatment
Methods:Retrieved 565 articles from above mentioned databases.Only 62 articles met the eligible criteria.
Early rehabilitation reduces time in ICU, treatment cost since this outbreak brought a significant economic burden to many countries.
People with restricted mobility due to quarantine should receive exercise to reduce the risk of frailty, sarcopenia, cognitive decline and depression.
Tele rehabilitation first choice of treatment.


Summary: 1) Early rehabilitation reduces time in ICU, treatment cost since this outbreak brought a significant economic burden to many countries

2) People with restricted mobility due to quarantine should receive exercise to reduce the risk of frailty, sarcopenia, cognitive decline and depression

3) Telerehabilitation first choice of treatment mode for Inpatient, outpatient and home care physiotherapy services
References: Thomas P, Baldwin C, Bissett B, Boden I, Gosselink R, Granger. Physiotherapy management for COVID- 19 in the acute. JAMA. 2020;323(11):1039-40.
Sheehy LM. Considerations for post acute rehabilitation for survivors of COVID-19. JMIR public health and surveillance. 2020;6(2):e19462.
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