Though people infected with mild symptoms can recover at home, they should seek a doctor's advice regularly.
Previous studies have shown that after acute Covid-19 infection some people can continue to suffer from cognitive symptoms such as difficulties in concentrating, colloquially referred to as brain fog.
With 97.8 per cent of the adult population vaccinated with at least one dose, a sizeable proportion of the infections in the second wave is said to be due to a breakthrough infection.
While several city residents come to hospital and are advised on post-COVID effects, people in rural regions are clueless and many end up with psychological issues, and also strokes and heart attacks.
Using social media, patients collected evidence of their symptoms, and advocated for themselves and for further research. Even the term long COVID stems from this activism
Downregulation is the process by which a cell decreases the quantity of a cellular component, such as RNA or protein, in response to an external stimulus.
The median duration between Covid-19 symptoms and diagnosis of ‘acalculous cholecystitis’ was two months
Paediatricians treating MIS cases said the government should have issued an alert about the syndrome much before and intensified the spreading of awareness about its symptoms.
The study findings suggest that recovery for some patients will take longer than one year, and this should be taken into account when planning delivery of healthcare services post-pandemic.
If immunity to reinfection by SARS-CoV-2 wanes among adults, disease burden could remain high in that group, although previous exposure to the virus would lessen the severity of the disease.
18 symptoms were examined, which had different relevance for early detection in different groups.