Several recent news publications have noted that the road to recovery for certain Covid-19 patients who need critical care is long. They might develop post-intensive care syndrome (PICS) after leaving the ICU, which can affect anyone who has spent time in the ICU.
PICS is defined as deterioration in cognitive, psychological health, and physical function in a person who has been in the ICU, according to research published in the Journal of Translational Internal Medicine. In addition, neuromuscular weakness may occur in individuals who may exhibit in the form of poor mobility and recurring falls. Depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder can all cause psychological impairment in a person (PTSD).
It is critical to take an interprofessional approach to home health care for survivors of critical illness, including people with COVID-19; to provide education and resources about PICS to the patient, their family, and caregivers, as well as the health care team; and to remove barriers to home health care services. An interprofessional health care team is most suited to dealing with the wide range of physical, cognitive, and behavioral health issues that may arise.
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