RELAÇÃO ENTRE INFECÇÃO POR COVID-19 E A SÍNDROME DE GUILLAIN-BARRÉ (SGB): REVISÃO INTEGRATIVA DA LITERATURA

Autores

  • Tácia Gabriela Vilar dos Santos Andrade Faculdade de Integração do Sertão
  • Letycia Monteiro Cavalcanti Araújo Faculdade de Integração do Sertão-FIS
  • Vinícius José Guimarães do Carmo Faculdade de Integração do Sertão-FIS
  • Taciane Machado de Melo Pereira Faculdade de Integração do Sertão – FIS

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33053/biomotriz.v15i1.450

Palavras-chave:

Infecções por coronavírus, Síndrome de Guillain-Barré, SARS, MERS-CoV

Resumo

Objetivo: Avaliar relação entre infecção por COVID-19 e Síndrome de Guillain-Barré (SGB). Metodologia: Revisão sistemática de literatura através da busca de artigos nas bases de dados: PubMed, Scielo, BVS, MEDLINE, CINAHL, LILACS, Web of Science, PEDro, Cochrane, Scopus e Embase para identificar estudos que relatassem as sintomatologias para COVID-19 e SGB através das palavras-chave: “Coronavirus infections”, “Guillain-Barre Syndrome”, “SARS” e “MERS-CoV”. Resultados: PubMed-98 artigos encontrados, 54 excluídos pelo título, 44 lidos na íntegra e 29 artigos selecionados, BVS-114 encontrados, 85 excluídos pelo título e leitura, e 29 artigos selecionados; nas demais bases de dados não foram encontrados artigos. Com a leitura de todos os resumos resultou em um total de 29 artigos para compor a pesquisa. Conclusão: Torna-se evidente que a infecção por COVID-19 acarreta e desenvolve diversas manifestações neurológicas no paciente. Estudos tem demonstrado aparecimento de sintomas que caracterizam SGB poucos dias após a constatação de infecção por SARS-COV-2.

Biografia do Autor

Taciane Machado de Melo Pereira, Faculdade de Integração do Sertão – FIS

Fisioterapeuta e Docente em Fisioterapia

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Vilar dos Santos Andrade, T. G., Monteiro Cavalcanti Araújo, L., Guimarães do Carmo, V. J., & Pereira, T. M. de M. (2021). RELAÇÃO ENTRE INFECÇÃO POR COVID-19 E A SÍNDROME DE GUILLAIN-BARRÉ (SGB): REVISÃO INTEGRATIVA DA LITERATURA. BIOMOTRIZ, 15(1), 140 - 153. https://doi.org/10.33053/biomotriz.v15i1.450

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