ПБиМ 2023 №3,1 (145)

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Djumaeva Nasiba Sobirovna, Shodieva Dilafruz Abdujalolovna


Samarkand State Medical University, Republic of Uzbekistan, Samarkand


Although the diagnosis and treatment of the acute phase of COVID-19 is well developed, primary data on the consequences are found only in the scientific literature. The World Health Organization (WHO) has suggested using the term post-COVID-19 (PCS) for various conditions after experiencing COVID-19. Relatively little research has been done in this area in the primary health care sector, and very little research has focused solely on post-COVID syndrome. According to the analysis of articles published in international journals and the results of the protocols, PCD is characterized by various systemic, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, neurological and psychological changes. The lack of coverage of existing studies of the universality of PCS to date underlines the urgency of this problem. Indicates the need for more research to determine the optimal approach to the treatment and prevention of PCD in the healthcare system.

Kalit so'zlar

COVID-19, post-COVID syndrome, post-COVID states, consequences of COVID-19.


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