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March 17, 2021

UAE’s RAK Hospital launches online Covid-19 rehabilitation programme

UAE-based healthcare facility RAK Hospital has launched a free online Covid-19 rehabilitation programme for Covid patients from across the globe.

UAE-based healthcare facility RAK Hospital has launched a free online Covid-19 rehabilitation programme for Covid patients from across the globe.

The hospital launched the programme in partnership with ARISE UAE, a UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR)-led network of private sector entities.

It is said to be the first of its kind in the Middle East and will be led by RAK Hospital’s wellness division Arabian Wellness & Lifestyle Management.

Under the rehabilitation programme, Covid patients will receive personalised health prescription as per their conditions.

RAK Hospital noted that about 30% of Covid patients, who have recovered, continue to experience lingering symptoms, such as difficulty in breathing, chest pain, body ache, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, fatigue and more.

The aftereffects of the disease have also been observed in some asymptomatic patients.

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These symptoms have been observed to continue for three to nine months, thus hampering the patients’ ability to perform simple daily tasks.

UAE ARISE chairman and Dubai Government Senior Advisor Dr Mahmoud Burai said: “Our aim at ARISE UAE is to create safe and resilient communities while working towards saving lives.

“Covid-19 being the biggest disaster of our times, needed our immediate attention, therefore, we felt it was necessary for us to work on presenting a solution which can help the communities not only in this country, but worldwide as well.”

As per the World Health Organization (WHO), health prospects of the Covid-19 patients can be enhanced through rehabilitation.

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