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Laparoscopic Endoscopic Surgical Science Post COVID-19 Hastalarnda Youn Bakm Sonras Tele Pulmoner Rehabilitasyon: Olgu Serisi [Respir Case Rep]
Respir Case Rep. 2022; 11(1): 1-8 | DOI: 10.5505/respircase.2022.92195

Post COVID-19 Hastalarnda Youn Bakm Sonras Tele Pulmoner Rehabilitasyon: Olgu Serisi

Mustafa Engin ahin, Seher Satar, Pnar Ergn
SB, Atatrk Gs Hastalklar ve Gs Cerrahisi Eitim Aratrma Hastanesi, Kronik Solunum Yetmezlii Klinii, Ankara

COVID-19 pnmonisi nedeniyle youn bakm nite-sinde takip edilen olgularda taburculuk sonras Pul-moner Rehabilitasyon (PR) uygulama gerekelerinin banda youn bakmda edinilmi kas gszl, youn bakm sonras sendrom (PICS), psikolojik dis-fonksiyon, vcut kompozisyonu deiiklikleri yer al-maktadr. Pandemi srecinde yz yze PR uygulama-larndaki kstllklar tele-PR yi ne karsa da, PR iin uygun hasta profili hala bilinmiyor. Bu olgu serisinde YB sonras ynlendirilen be olguda video konfe-rans aracl tele-PR yz yze formatla hibrid olarak uygulanmtr. Ayaktan PR nitesinde ilk ve son deer-lendirmeler ile ilk iki egzersiz seans yapldktan sonra video konferans yntemiyle programa devam edildi. Toplam 18 seans sonunda nefes darl algsnda azalma, egzersiz kapasitesinde ve kas kuvvetinde art oldu. COVID-19 ilikili yorgunluk iddetinde azalma saptand.

Anahtar Kelimeler: Pulmoner rehabilitasyon, COVID-19, tele-salk, youn bakm.

Post Intensive Care Tele Pulmonary Rehabilitation in Post-COVID-19: A Case Series

Mustafa Engin ahin, Seher Satar, Pnar Ergn
Clinic of Chronic Respiratory Failure, University of Health Sciences, Atatrk Chest Diseases and Chest Surgery Training and Research Hospital, Ankara, Turkey

Muscle weakness acquired in intensive care, post-intensive care syndrome, psychological dysfunction and changes in body composition are the main rea-sons cited in Pulmonary Rehabilitation (PR) applica-tions after discharge in cases followed up in the in-tensive care unit (ICU) due to COVID-19 pneumonia. Although the limitations of face-to-face PR applica-tions during the pandemic have made tele-PR more common, the appropriate patient profile for PR is still unknown. In this case series, video conferencing-mediated tele-PR was applied as a hybrid approach and compared with PR in a face-to-face format in five cases referred after ICU. After the initial and final evaluations and the first two exercise sessions were performed in the outpatient PR unit, the program was continued via a video-conferencing method. At the end of the total 18 sessions, a decrease was noted in the perception of dyspnea, and an increase in exer-cise capacity and muscle strength. A decrease in the severity of COVID-19-related fatigue was also noted.

Keywords: Pulmonary rehabilitation, COVID-19, telehealth, intensive care.

Mustafa Engin ahin, Seher Satar, Pnar Ergn. Post Intensive Care Tele Pulmonary Rehabilitation in Post-COVID-19: A Case Series. Respir Case Rep. 2022; 11(1): 1-8

Sorumlu Yazar: Mustafa Engin ahin, Trkiye
Makale Dili: ngilizce
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