- Apr 10, 2020
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කොරෝනා සැදී සුවයලැබූ අය අතිදරුණු පසුබලපෑම් වලට ලක්වන බව සොයාහනි.
දරුණු ලෙස COVID-19 රෝගාතුර වූ රෝගීන් භාගයකගෙ මොළයට හා ස්නායු පද්ධතියට හානි කරයි. එමෙන්ම, රෝග ලක්ෂණ ඇති කිරීම අස්ථිර කිරීම, රළු කටහඬද ඇති කරයි
Coronavirus 'harms the brain and systema nervosum of half of the severely unwell patients and a 3rd of all cases' — inflicting symptoms cherish unsteady, thick speech, and seizures
Coronavirus harms the brain and systema nervosum of half of the severely unwell patients, a study on patients with COVID-19 within the Chinese city of Wuhan has found.
Such impacts — that seem during a third of patients overall — cause symptoms together with headaches, stumbling, thick speech, nerve pain, and seizures.
The study — the first to characterize the brain issues related to coronavirus infection — suggests that these symptoms might indicate patients at a better risk.
In the study, specialist Bo Hu of the Huazhong University of Science and Technology and colleagues analyzed 214 patients with COVID-19 from Wuhan, China, the city wherever the occurrence emerged, between mid-January and mid-February.
The patients were all treated in one of 3 dedicated special care centers within the university's Union Hospital.
The specialists sorted neurologic symptoms into one of 3 categories, the primary of which was central systema nervosum manifestations — together with dizziness, headache, impaired consciousness, acute cerebrovascular disease, ataxia, and seizure.
The other categories were peripheral systema nervosum manifestations (taste impairment, smell impairment, vision impairment, and nerve pain) and skeletal muscle injury manifestations.
'Overall, seventy-eight patients (36.4 percent) had neurological manifestations,' the researchers wrote in their paper.
'Compared with patients with non-severe infection, patients with severe infection were older, had more underlying disorders, particularly hypertension, and showed fewer typical symptoms of COVID-19, such as fever and cough,' they added.
'Patients with more severe infection had neurological manifestations, such as acute cerebrovascular diseases (5 vs 1), impaired consciousness (13 vs 3) and skeletal muscle injury (17 vs 6).'
'During the epidemic period of COVID-19, once seeing patients with neurological manifestations, clinicians ought to suspect severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus two infections as a medical diagnosis,' the researchers aforementioned.
This, they added, can avoid delayed identification or misdiagnosis and losing the chance to treat [the patients] and prevent additional transmission.'
The full findings of the study were published within the journal JAMA Neurology.
The virus, known as COVID-19, is transmitted from person to person via droplets once an infected person breathes out, coughs or sneezes.
It may spread via contaminated surfaces similar to door handles or railings.
Coronavirus infections have a large variety of symptoms, together with fever, coughing, shortness of breath and respiration difficulties.
Mild cases will cause cold-like symptoms together with a sore throat, headache, fever, cough or hassle respiration.
Severe cases will cause pneumonia, severe acute respiratory disease, kidney failure, and death.
Symptoms could seem 2-14 days once exposure.
Source: Daily Mail Online
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