[pubmed] Telemedicine visits in myasthenia gravis: expert guidance and the myasthenia gravis core exam (MG-CE)

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[pubmed] Telemedicine visits in myasthenia gravis: expert guidance and the myasthenia gravis core exam (MG-CE)

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Muscle Nerve. 2021 May 6. doi: 10.1002/mus.27260. Online ahead of print.

ABSTRACT

Telemedicine may be particularly well-suited for myasthenia gravis (MG) due to the disorder's need for specialized care, its hallmark fluctuating muscle weakness and the potential for increased risk of virus exposure among patients with MG during the COVID-19 pandemic during in-person clinical visits. A disease-specific telemedicine physical examination to reflect myasthenic weakness does not currently exist. This paper outlines step-by-step guidance on the fundamentals of a telemedicine assessment for MG. The Myasthenia Gravis Core Exam (MG-CE) is introduced as a MG-specific, telemedicine, physical examination which contains 8 components (ptosis, diplopia, facial Strength, bulbar strength, dysarthria, single breath count, arm strength and sit to stand) and takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. Pre-visit preparation, remote ascertainment of patient-reported outcome scales and visit documentation are also addressed. Additional knowledge gaps in telemedicine specific to MG care are identified for future investigation.

PMID:33959997 | DOI:10.1002/mus.27260


Source: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/3395999 ... 4&v=2.14.4
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