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Išsėtinės sklerozės gydymo ligos eigą modifikuojančiais vaistais rekomendacijos COVID-19 pandemijos metu.

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      RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE TREATMENT OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS WITH DISEASE-MODIFYING DRUGS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC.
    • Abstract:
      The novel coronavirus 2019 (COV1D-19) and the subsequent pandemic present a challenge to neurologists treating patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) worldwide. Many national professional bodies have responded rapidly by issuing guidelines for the COVID-19 pandemic, primarily focused on MS disease-modifying therapies (DMTs). In this article, we review implications of COVID-19 for people with MS, including general health advice, the risk of respiratory infections, basic recommendations for relapse management, MS treatment, including disease-modifying therapies, and medical services for MS patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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      2019 m. gruodžio mėn. Kinijos Hubėjaus provincijos Uhano mieste aprašytas pirmasis koronaviruso infekcijos, sukeliančios sunkų ūmų kvėpavimo sutrikimo sindromą (angį. severe acute respiratory syndrome, SARS-CoV-2), atvejis. COV1D-19 - tai SARS-CoV-2 sukelta ūmi kvėpavimo takų infekcija, kuriai būdinga kaiščiavimas, kosulys, dusulys ir ūmus respiracinio distreso sindromas. Straipsnyje aptariama rizika pacientams, kuriems jau diagnozuota išsėtinė sklerozė (IS), susirgti kvėpavimo takų infekcijomis, COV1D-19, apžvelgiami šiuo metu aktualūs bendri patarimai sergantiesiems 1S, esminės gydymo imunomoduliuojančiais vaistais rekomendacijos, paūmėjimų gydymas, medicininės pagalbos ypatumai sergantiesiems 1S COVID-19 pandemijos metu. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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