The last (seventh) category includes artificial (trophic) changes in facial tissues that occurred in patients with artificial lung ventilation and due to prolonged lying on the stomach. The classifications given were the first descriptions of skin lesions in COVID-19 and therefore different signs were given: those that were caused specifically by COVID-19, and those that arose due to various causes, in particular those associated with the treatment of the disease. Due to the fact that these lesions required different approaches in both treatment and anti-epidemic or precautionary measures, we, based on the experience of all these months of observation of patients, propose a classification of skin lesions associated with COVID-19. lay out like this
Именно переход на использование в Украине ИПВ для всех доз Календаря прививок должен быть ближайшей задачей по вакцинопрофилактике. Для этого можно использовать несколько механизмов, включая гуманитарную помощь, заключение планируемых прямых договоров с производителями вакцин исходя из потребностей необходимого состава вакцин согласно Календарю, в частности с учетом существования современных комбинированных вакцин с ИПВ, которые могут быть использованы и в более старшем возрасте. При отсутствии комбинированных вакцин с ИПВ можно использовать ИПВ в качестве моновакцины.
The most common diseases associated with hypertension include: obesity, primarily abdominal obesity (AO), type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM), coronary heart disease (CHD), arrhythmias and conduction disorders, chronic kidney disease (CKD), cerebrovascular diseases , joint diseases, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, sleep apnea syndrome, thyroid disease and other endocrine diseases. In this regard, the 2018 European Society of Hypertension and European Society of Cardiology guidelines emphasized the need for careful stratification of cardiovascular and overall risk of complications in order to select the most optimal antihypertensive therapy.
Analyzing the subjective assessment of health by student youth (under the age of 25), we found the following: the vast majority of respondents, regardless of gender, rated their own health as "good" and "very good". Almost half of the guys and every fifth girl noted the criterion for assessing "excellent" health. About 2% of boys and 3% of girls noted that they have “excellent” health. The criteria for assessing the health of "mediocre" and "poor" for the children practically did not differ. Thus, “mediocre” health was observed in 15% of boys and 14% of girls; "bad" - 2% of boys and 2% of girls.