A study released by Fiocruz Minas on Wednesday (11) revealed Half of those diagnosed with Covid-19 had a high incidence of the disease.
Research, which follows 646 patients were infected with the new virus for 14 months identify the minimum 324 people (50% of the total) There are post-infection symptoms, which, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), are long-acting Covid.
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The study was published in the journal Scientific Marketing of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.
According to research, the most common symptoms at the end of the disease are the following:
- Weakness – Excessive fatigue is associated with difficulties in daily work. Reported by 115 people (35.6%);
- cough regularly – Reported by 110 people (34%);
- breathing – Reported by 86 people (26.5%);
- No smell or taste – Reported by 65 people (20.1%);
- Headache – Reported by 56 people (17.3%);
Other symptoms as well insomnia, stress and dizziness has also been proven by scientists, but in fewer patients.
Reports of larger health problems such as thrombosis were found in fewer patients, approximately 6% of the people who participated in this study.
All post-infection symptoms occur in three types of disease (severe, moderate and mild) and most of them persist within 14 months of diagnosis.
“We have people who have been further diagnosed, because the symptoms persist for more than 14 months. We also found seven differences, including high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, cancer. Eating blood, cancer, kidney disease, and smoking or drinking alcohol exacerbates the disease and increases the risk, “said Rafaella Fortini, a researcher. was involved in the study.
According to Fiocruz, the results of research show that we still have a lot to learn about the long-term effects of Covid-19 and how to correct it.
“There are still many things to know: why it happens? What does it do in the body? The answers to these questions will make us understand the long-term effects of Covid, given the events to resolve these seques as appropriate. “, complete the guide. researcher.
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