Communication Affichée: Poster Tour 1
M.E.T. COVID-19: évaluation clinique et robotique des symptômes neuromusculaires en syndrome post-COVID
Martina Arrigo (, ), Gregorio Salce (, ), Lucia Romano Bernardini (, ), Adele Agostini (, ), Vincenzo Ricci (, ), Fabrizio Gervasoni (, ), Arnaldo Andreoli (, )
Objective : The novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2: Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) is a highly infectious and pathogenic virus, which predominantly affects the respiratory system, but evidence indicates that a multisystem disease is frequent and, at times, severe. The neuro-muscular system is often involved during either acute and chronic phase of the disease. Myalgia, fatigue and central or peripheral nervous system issues can persist until 8 to 12 months after acute phase of COVID-19. Rehabilitation Units have a crucial role in reducing disability in order to reintroduce patients in the community. Nevertheless, it is not easy to find a standardized method to assess and monitor the clinical follow-up.
Keywords : post-COVID syndrom, robotic, neuromuscular disease, rehabilitation, Sars-Cov-2