Revista Colombiana
de Medicina Física y Rehabilitación

Organo Oficial de la Asociación Colombiana de Medicina Física y Rehabilitación

ISSN Impreso: 0121-0041 - ISSN Electrónico: 2256-5655 - DOI: 10.28957/rcmfr

Manifestaciones cardiacas de la infección por Covid- 19 y su enfoque rehabilitador

Jeaneth Alejandra Acevedo González, Daniela Hinestroza Córdoba, Ricardo Andrés Linares Mora, Pedro Santiago Sánchez Parra, Oscar Mauricio Álvarez Fernández

Resumen


La infección por el nuevo coronavirus (COVID-19) descrita desde diciembre de 2019 ha ocasionado una pandemia de gran magnitud con consecuencias devastadoras a nivel mundial con implicaciones en la salud de las personas que la padecen y presentan síntomas, generando complicaciones a corto y a largo plazo, éstas últimas aún desconocidas en su totalidad. Se han descrito complicaciones cardiovasculares secundarias a la infección por COVID -19 como son la aparición de arritmias, infarto agudo del miocardio, miocarditis y eventos trombótico, sin embargo, las complicaciones a largo plazo aún no se dilucidan en su totalidad teniendo en cuenta el corto periodo de evolución de la enfermedad. A pesar de esto, es clara la asociación que existe entre las enfermedades cardiovasculares previas y la coinfección por COVID -19 que favorece la aparición de enfermedades severas y peores desenlaces en las personas que las presentan. Teniendo en cuenta esta asociación, es importante crear o fortalecer programas de rehabilitación cardiaca utilizando herramientas actuales como la tecnología para favorecer la  telerehablitación y así mejorar la calidad de vida de las personas favoreciendo su independencia.


Palabras clave


COVID-19, cardiovascular, rehabilitación cardiaca, telerehablitación

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