Post-discharge rehabilitation regimens for covid-19 patients have not been supported by high-quality evidence-based medical evidence.The first part of this study is a cross-sectional study.The contents of the study were the factors related to the dysfunction of COVID - 19 patients after discharge from the hospital in Wuhan.The second part of this study is a cohort study.To observe the functional changes of COVID-19 patients after discharge in hospital rehabilitation, home rehabilitation and no rehabilitation, in order to propose a more safe and effective rehabilitation program.
Combination Product: Respiratory rehabilitation
Health education and energy saving techniques, chest activity training, local lung dilation techniques, breathing training, airway clearance training, aerobic exercise, resistance training
- patients with definite diagnosis of COVID-19 normal or severe
- patients who entered the isolation point 38°C
- heart rate >120 times/min or 25 times/min in calm state.Or above vital signs fluctuate significantly.
- continuous oxygen therapy is required.
- patients with myocarditis, pulmonary hypertension, congestive heart failure, fresh venous thromboembolic diseases, unstable fractures and other inappropriate exercise
- patients with consciousness disorders, severe sequelae of cerebral infarction, cognitive dysfunction, mental disorders, severe balance disorders, and severe bone and joint diseases, which affect evaluation and treatment
- other conditions that cannot be cooperated with rehabilitation treatment