Many postoperative conditions can be managed by primary care physicians, who should focus on improving the quality of life of patients, according to the new guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC in English.
Several months after the initial infection, the company warns doctors against using diagnostic tests only to test people with covid disease and people experiencing post-viral symptoms, including fatigue and cerebral palsy.
Large groups of covit patients “are concerned that certain postoperative conditions may be misdiagnosed or misdiagnosed for psychiatric reasons, especially among marginalized or vulnerable groups,” the company said.
Recommendations include “developing a comprehensive rehabilitation plan” that includes physical and occupational therapy, speech and language, occupational and neurological rehabilitation to address cognitive symptoms in patients.
The CDC noted that postoperative covia symptoms may include myalgic encephalomyelitis / chronic fatigue syndrome, Lyme disease, dysentery, and cell activation syndrome.
Physicians are advised to consider suture therapy and symptom management for these conditions, including functional management.
The post-Covid conditions are not yet well understood and the CDC says the guidelines may “change” as evidence develops.