Conceptual Paper
Volume 5 Issue 7 - 2022
The Conceptual Framework for Confronting Covid
Medenkov Alexander Alexeyevich*
Professor, Aerospace Science and Technology Society, Moscow, Russia
*Corresponding Author: Medenkov Alexander Alexeyevich, Professor, Aerospace Science and Technology Society, Moscow, Russia.
Received: May 30, 2022; Published: June 29, 2022


The article is devoted to the generalization, analysis and evaluation of anti-epidemic measures in connection with the spread of coronavirus infection. The main provisions of the organization and tactics of the medical service in the perception of foci of dangerous infections are outlined. The features of limiting the spread of coronavirus infection are considered. The actions of the authorities and health care to identify the sick and organize medical care are analyzed. Approaches to the treatment of coronavirus infection are being systematized. The need to develop drugs in the interests of treating severe forms of the disease is shown. The need for full rehabilitation of patients and restoration of their health and performance is noted. The necessity of organizing scientific support for the justification, development and implementation of decisions of the medical service and executive authorities is substantiated. The role of specialists in the field of organization and tactics of the medical service in the scientific support of anti-epidemic measures is shown. Final provisions and conclusions are formulated on the need to continue summarizing and analyzing the activities of the medical service and executive authorities to increase the readiness and ability to take effective actions to counter epidemics of infectious diseases.

Keywords: Pandemic; Spread; Coronavirus; Diagnosis; Treatment; Quarantine; Rehabilitation; Burnout; Safety; Longevity; Quality of Life; Psychology


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