Yıl: 2021 Cilt: 26 Sayı: 3 Sayfa Aralığı: 353 - 360 Metin Dili: Türkçe DOI: 10.5578/flora.20219702 İndeks Tarihi: 31-12-2021

Destek Ürünler ve COVID-19

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Çin’de ortaya çıkıp dünyaya yayılan SARS-CoV-2 virüsü, COVID-19 adıyla anılan hastalığa neden olmuş; sonucunda Dünya Sağlık Örgütü tarafından 11 Mart 2020’de pandemi olarak ilan edilmiştir. İnsanlar için yeni bir virüs olan SARS-CoV-2, morbidite ve ölüm sayısında artışa neden olmuştur. Aşı ve ilaç alanındaki gelişmelere rağmen COVID-19’un olumsuz etkileri devam etmektedir. Morbidite ve mortalite yükü büyük tehdit oluşturan bir hastalık olan COVID-19 ortaya çıktıktan sonra virüsten korunmak ve yakalandıktan sonra hastalığı hafif atlatmak için çözümler aranmaya başlanmıştır. Güçlü bir immün sistemin infeksiyonlara karşı savaşta önemi bilindiğinden maske, mesafe ve hijyen önlemlerine ek olarak immüniteyi güçlendirecek yollar aranmaya başlanmıştır. Bu nedenle immün sistem üzerinde etkili olduğu düşünülen destek ürünlerinin popülaritesi artmıştır. Literatürde immünite ve diğer viral infeksiyonlarla ilgili olumlu çalışmalardan yola çıkılarak destek ürünlerin COVID-19’a karşı yararlı olabilecekleri düşünülmüştür. COVID-19 hakkındaki randomize kontrollü çalışmaları az olan destek ürünlerle ilgili çoğunlukla gözlemsel çalışmalar yayınlanmıştır. Derlememizde destek ürünlerin immünite, diğer viral infeksiyonlar ve COVID-19 üzerine etkileri incelenmiştir.
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Dietary Supplements and COVID-19

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SARS-CoV-2 virus, which emerged in China and spread worldwide, caused the disease called COVID-19, and as a result, it was declared as a pandemic by the World Health Organization on March 11, 2020. SARS-CoV-2, a new virus for humans, has caused an increase in morbidity and mortality rates. Despite developments in vaccines and drugs, unfavorable effects of COVID-19 keep going. After the emergence of COVID-19, a disease that poses a great threat of morbidity and mortality, solutions have been searched to avoid from the virus and to overcome the disease after getting sick. As the importance of a strong immune system in the fight against infections is known, ways to strengthen immunity have been sought in addition to masks, distance and hygiene measures. For this reason, popularity of dietary supplements, which are thought to be effective on the immune system, has increased. Based on the positive studies on immunity and other viral infections in the literature, it is thought that dietary supplements can be useful against COVID-19. About dietary supplements on COVID-19, there are only a few randomized controlled studies, observational studies have been published mostly. In this review, the effects of dietary supplements on immunity, other viral infections and COVID-19 were examined.
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APA Ceylan S, Karaduman D, AYAZ C, Dogu B, Halil M, Cankurtaran M (2021). Destek Ürünler ve COVID-19. , 353 - 360. 10.5578/flora.20219702
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APA Ceylan S, Karaduman D, AYAZ C, Dogu B, Halil M, Cankurtaran M (2021). Destek Ürünler ve COVID-19. Flora İnfeksiyon Hastalıkları ve Klinik Mikrobiyoloji Dergisi, 26(3), 353 - 360. 10.5578/flora.20219702
Chicago Ceylan Serdar,Karaduman Didem,AYAZ CAGLAYAN MERVE,Dogu Burcu Balam,Halil Meltem,Cankurtaran Mustafa Destek Ürünler ve COVID-19. Flora İnfeksiyon Hastalıkları ve Klinik Mikrobiyoloji Dergisi 26, no.3 (2021): 353 - 360. 10.5578/flora.20219702
MLA Ceylan Serdar,Karaduman Didem,AYAZ CAGLAYAN MERVE,Dogu Burcu Balam,Halil Meltem,Cankurtaran Mustafa Destek Ürünler ve COVID-19. Flora İnfeksiyon Hastalıkları ve Klinik Mikrobiyoloji Dergisi, vol.26, no.3, 2021, ss.353 - 360. 10.5578/flora.20219702
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ISNAD Ceylan, Serdar vd. "Destek Ürünler ve COVID-19". Flora İnfeksiyon Hastalıkları ve Klinik Mikrobiyoloji Dergisi 26/3 (2021), 353-360. https://doi.org/10.5578/flora.20219702