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The effects of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19), a multisystem disease, on the body system and functions are being investigated all over the world. Examining the effect of exercise capacity, which is an important marker of cardiovascular risk in young individuals with COVID-19, will allow the planning of exercise and physical activity programs according to the needs of that specific population. The objectives of this project are:(1) To compare the submaximal and maximal exercise capacity of young adults aged between 18-30 who have had COVID-19 with healthy individuals in the same age group (2) To determine the roles of muscle strength, respiratory functions, fatigue, dyspnea, and physical activity level on exercise capacity evaluated by two different tests in young adults survived from COVID-19.


Clinical Trial Description

The effects of COVID-19, a multisystem disease, on the body system and functions are being investigated worldwide. For young adults, exercise capacity is vital in the workforce, cardiovascular risk factors and long-term health perception. Determining exercise capacity, which is an essential indicator of cardiovascular risk in the long term, and determining the factors affecting exercise capacity in cases with COVID-19 will allow the planning of exercise and physical activity programs according to young people's needs. The objectives of this project are:(1) To compare the submaximal and maximal exercise capacity of young adults aged between 18-30 who have had COVID-19 with healthy individuals in the same age group (2) To determine the roles of muscle strength, respiratory functions, fatigue, dyspnea, and physical activity level on exercise capacity evaluated by two different tests in young adults survived from COVID-19. There is no study in the literature evaluating the exercise capacity and the factors affecting the prolonged COVID-19 symptoms for patients with COVID-19. This project can provide objective evidence on this subject and includes controlled multi-directional measurement. ;


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NCT number NCT04864132
Study type Observational [Patient Registry]
Source Biruni University
Contact Buket Akinci, Assoc. Prof.
Phone +90 212 4091212
Email [email protected]
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase
Start date May 1, 2021
Completion date September 15, 2021

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