Symptoms of the disease are seen in more than half of Covid-19 patients even after being discharged from the hospital. According to a new study from Oxford University, patients may have problems with shortness of breath, fatigue, anxiety, and depression for two to three months after exposure to the Corona virus.
Scientists at Oxford University have seen the effect of this disease for a long time in 58 patients of Admit covid-19 in the hospital. They found that the multiple organs of some patients infected with the corona virus remain in an abnormal state. Due to the constant swelling in them, this problem persists for a few months. This study has not yet been reviewed by other scientists. However, it has already been published in MedRxiv before it is reviewed.
Dr. Batty Raman of the Radcliffe Department of Medicine, Oxford, said, “These findings reflect the need to explore more of the physiological processes associated with Covid-19.” Also, the clinic points towards developing a model of care that can monitor the health of discharged patients.
According to a report published last week in the UK’s National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), ‘Covid-19’ disease, sometimes referred to as ‘Long Covid’, has many symptoms affecting the body and mind.’
60 percent of Covid-19 patients have been seen in abnormal condition from MRI scan. There has been 29% change in kidney, 26% in heart and 10% in liver. Dr. Raman said, ‘These abnormalities seen in the organs are strongly associated with serum markers of inflammation. This shows the association between chronic inflammation in the patients and damage to the organs.
Let us know that more than 4 crore cases of corona have been reported all over the world. So far, more than 11 lakh 22 thousand deaths have been caused by this deadly virus. There are 7,48,499 active cases of Corona till 20 October in India. There have been more than one lakh deaths due to corona in the country.