Post-COVID Syndrome Therapy
Severe forms of COVID involve in very many cases the persistence of certain symptoms for three to six months after contracting the disease, and even the onset of chronic conditions such as pulmonary fibrosis, renal failure, cardiac arrhythmias and neurological disorders. However, there is also a risk of post-COVID thromboembolic phenomena (myocardial infarction, pulmonary thromboembolism, ischemic stroke, etc.). In order to prevent the onset of these conditions, the treatment of the disease should be discontinued only when there is a certainty that the mentioned risks have been removed, and recovery therapies must be considered.
The treatment of Post-COVID Syndrome involves:
- Evaluation of medical tests and imaging specific to this condition
- Continuation of specific therapy in case of persistence of inflammation or coagulopathy
- Detoxification therapies, as it is well known that both the treatment, and the disease itself are extremely toxic to the body, affecting in most cases the function of the liver and of the kidneys.
- Antioxidant therapies
- Oxygen therapy for the restoration of lung capacity and cellular oxygenation