In a study by scientists in Switzerland, it was stated that some “problematic symptoms” of the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19) can last more than 6 weeks even in patients who are not under risk factors.
The research was carried out by a team of doctors and epidemiologists from the University of Geneva (UNIGE), the University Hospital of Geneva (HUG) and the General Health Directorate of the Geneva Canton.
The research was conducted on approximately 700 people who tested positive for Kovid-19 but did not require hospitalization. It was reported that 33 percent of the participants in the study complained of fatigue, loss of smell or taste, shortness of breath even about 6 weeks after the diagnosis of Kovid-19.
In a written statement from the University of Geneva regarding the research, it was noted that the variety and duration of symptoms for both doctors and infected patients have been “unpredictable” since the emergence of Kovid-19 in early 2020.
The statement said, “(Kovid-19) in particular, seems to have the potential to cause an unusually long-term illness.” statement took place.
The study in Geneva was conducted on patients, 69 percent of whom were not under risk factors for complications of Kovid-19.
SYMPTOMS SEEN AFTER 6 WEEKS
It was shared that the average age of 669 people participating in the study is 43, 60 percent of them are women and 25 percent are health professionals.
Even 6 weeks after the diagnosis, one third of the participants experienced one or more symptoms related to Kovid-19.
The main symptoms were fatigue (14 percent), loss of smell or taste (12 percent), shortness of breath (9 percent), persistent cough (6 percent) and headache (3 percent).
Research team Dr. Mayssam Nehme noted that in addition to the physical distress they experienced, the majority of the participants were concerned that these symptoms were “permanent and incurable”.
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