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POST-COVID-19 LESIONS OF THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM IN ADOLESCENTS: APPROACHES TO PHARMACOTHERAPY

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29296/25877305-2022-08-02
Issue: 
8
Year: 
2022

L. Evert(1, 2), MD; T. Potupchik(3), Сandidate of Medical Sciences; Yu. Kostyuchenko(1); O. Chudinova(2), Сandidate of Biological Sciences; E. Panicheva(3), Сandidate
of Medical Sciences
1-Federal Research Center «Krasnoyarsk Scientific Center of the Siberian Branch
of the Russian Academy of Sciences», Research Institute of Medical Problems
of the North
2-N.F. Katanov Khakass State University, Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russia, Abakan
3-Prof. V.F. Voino-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University, Ministry
of Health of the Russia

A review of information on the most common violations of various organs and systems in adults and children who have had a coronavirus infection has been conducted. Etiopathogenetic aspects and the main clinical manifestations of post-COVID-19 syndrome (PCS) in people of different ages are highlighted. The results of our own study are included, which showed a high incidence of disorders of the musculoskeletal and other body systems in COVID-19 convalescents. Various strategies for the treatment of bridge-like disorders are highlighted. As a pharmacological correction, the possibility of therapy using of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs; central muscle relaxants; coanalgesics: anticonvulsants and antidepressants; vitamin and mineral complexes; osteoprotectors is being considered. Therapy and prevention of PCS should include correction of functional disorders, pain control, consistent physical, psychological and social rehabilitation.

Keywords: 
adolescents
musculoskeletal system
post-COVID-19 syndrome
vessels
muscles
pharmacotherapy



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