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Children’s Health and Coronavirus Infection: Problems and Ways of Confrontation

*Alina R. Dzhalilova,Kirill S. Filippov,Marina E. Atabieva,Milana M. Yusupova,Roman V. Osin.




Abstract

The article discusses the features of the problems of infecting children with coronavirus infection and ways to resist this
process. The author notes the following: awareness of the coronavirus and testing of its manifestations have increased
during the current pandemic, previous reports suggest that pediatric HCoV infections may have been underestimated,
especially the cause of febrile seizures and encephalitis has not been fully studied. SARS-CoV-2 and other coronaviruses
should be excluded in children with acute onset of neurological disease who have probable risk factors, including age
under one year and immunodeficiency.
Studies demonstrate a high probability of worsening of the consequences of the nervous system development, which
should be deliberately studied during clinical observation. In general, in order to achieve optimal functional results and
quality of life, children with severe neurological diseases caused by coronavirus, including all those who need intensive
therapy should undergo longitudinal monitoring of the development of the nervous system to identify obvious and hidden
disorders and should be prescribed the therapy

Key words: Coronavirus infection, Children’s health, Development of the nervous system, Problems






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