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Musculoskeletal Symptoms among Post Covid-19 Patients in Selected Rehabilitation Centers in Mymensingh

Author(s) MD. SADDAM HOSSAIN, BASONA AKTER SHANTA
Country Bangladesh
Abstract To assess the musculoskeletal symptoms among post COVID-19 patients in selected rehabilitation centers in Mymensingh. To determine the musculoskeletal symptoms among post COVID-19 patients in selected rehabilitation centers in Mymensingh. The study design was cross-sectional descriptive type of observational study. Total 413 samples were selected conveniently for the study from CRP Mymensingh-BAU Centre and Rebalance Physiotherapy, Mymensingh. Data were collected from participants though a structured questionnaire using face to face interview and assessed by the Visual Analogue Scale and Modified Chalder fatigue scale used for assessing physical and mental fatigue. The study was conducted by using quantitative descriptive analysis through using SPSS software 20 version. This study results revealed that among the participants 71.40% subjects were man and 28.60% were women, here mean age 40.09; SD: ±16.01. Most vulnerable age 31-40 years people affected COVID-19; 67.60% participate were from urban area and 32.4% from rural area. In the location of pain status, 92 complained of pain in the head and neck, 156 in the upper limb, 134 in the lower limb and 235 in the back. Besides, musculoskeletal symptoms faced by participate were 29.70% (n=277) Fatigue, 33.80% (n=315) Myalgia, 11.40% (n=106) Arthralgia, 17.60% (n=164) Back pain and 7.60% (n=71) Neck pain and 221 respondent complained memory decreased after COVID-19 and 166 did not have. A significant association found between gender and musculoskeletal pain after COVID-19 (p < 0.047) and Daily exercise after COVID-19 (p < 0.002). A very high percentage of respondents had done good management at home after confirming COVID-19 and ICU/HDU among the respondents was very poor percentage. Higher percentage of participants in our study had suffering from musculoskeletal symptoms and most of them were suffering from acute pain in different area of body part. There also significant association between musculoskeletal pain and Daily exercise after post COVID-19 of the respondents.
Keywords Musculoskeletal symptomes, Post COVID-19
Field Medical / Pharmacy
Published In Volume 6, Issue 3, May-June 2024
Published On 2024-06-02
Cite This Musculoskeletal Symptoms among Post Covid-19 Patients in Selected Rehabilitation Centers in Mymensingh - MD. SADDAM HOSSAIN, BASONA AKTER SHANTA - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 3, May-June 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i03.21621
DOI https://doi.org/10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i03.21621
Short DOI https://doi.org/gtxrq8

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