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Oxford University: Corona patients can see symptoms for months after infection

Results from this study suggest that 64% of patients had persistent breathing problems two to three months after the onset of covid-19 infection.

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Published on 20 Oct 2020 11:12 AM GMT

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A new study has revealed that patients can show up to months even after recovering from a corona infection. According to this, more than half of the corona virus patients discharged from the hospital later also had problems with breathing, tension, anxiety. A study in Britain has revealed that such patients continued to have this problem for two to three months after their infection.

Oxford University on Corona patients:

The research conducted by Oxford University scientists studied the far-reaching consequences of corona virus infection on 58 patients. It showed that some patients had problems with multiple organs after being infected. At the same time, some patients had persistent inflammatory problems for months.

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Study says patients can face same problems after few months:

Results from this study suggest that 64% of patients had persistent breathing problems two to three months after the onset of covid-19 infection. At the same time, 55 percent of the patients felt very tired. MRI scans showed that 60 per cent of the patients had lung problems, 29 per cent of the kidneys and 10 per cent had liver problems.

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At the same time in India, Doctors of the Child Neurology Division are preparing a report on the baby’s health status, which is being planned to be published soon. The draft report states that we have found ‘acute demyelinating syndrome’ (ADS) in an 11-year-old girl due to covid-19 infection. This is the first case reported in the pediatric age group.

The nerves covered with a protective layer, called myelin, that helps to quickly and easily transfer messages from the brain to other parts of the body. In ADS disease, myelin and brain signals damaged. Apart from this, the ability of neurological functions like vision, movement of muscles, senses, bladder and intestines also affected.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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