What are the new symptoms of the coronavirus?

Do you know about the new symptoms of the coronavirus? Photo: Daily US Times
Do you know about the new symptoms of the coronavirus? Photo: Daily US Times
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Rehana Rahman, Daily US Times: Do you know about the new symptoms of the coronavirus? You have to know that if you would like to life expectancy. The coronavirus COVID-19 is still spreading very fast.

Over the past five months, more than two million people have been infected and more than 127 thousand have died. But beyond that, there is a calculation and that calculation is quite large.

Some studies have shown that even after being infected with the virus, there are few symptoms or no symptoms in the patient’s body- about 80 percent of the population.

In a very small number of people, these symptoms can be fatal and they need to be treated in an emergency hospital.

What are the new symptoms of the coronavirus?

What are some signs that we can understand that we have coronavirus? Coronavirus invades the lungs of humans. The two main symptoms that follow are fever and frequent dry cough.

So many people ask what is dry cough and how is it different from other coughs? A dry cough does not produce any mucus. That is, when coughing, the adhesive fluid that comes out of the mouth does not do the same for dry cough.

Cough without pause means having a cough for more than an hour. If this is the case, the body can become very bad. This may result in shortness of breath. It can be understood as feeling under pressure in the chest, difficulty breathing or feeling exhausted.

If the body temperature is higher than 37.8°C (100°F), then you should understand that you have a fever. If you have a fever, your body will warm-up, you will find it cold or you may feel trembling.

Other symptoms that can be reported when infected with coronavirus include

  1. Sore throat
  2. Headache
  3. Diarrhea

It usually takes an average of five days for these symptoms to appear. It may take longer for some of these symptoms to appear in some people’s bodies. The World Health Organization (WHO) says if someone is infected with coronavirus, the symptoms usually appear within 7 days.

Coronavirus infections cause new symptoms

New symptoms like pink eyes, eyes were swollen, vapidity, olfactory are waking up in corona infection. Experts say so. So this time, the area needs to be more aware.

An important symptom of coronavirus infection is the pink eye. However, this new symptom is rarely seen in the patient’s body. 1 to 3 percent of coronavirus patients have a tendency to turn pink and the eyes are swollen.

Vapidity and olfactory are new symptoms. Multiple coronavirus patients with this new symptom have begun to be admitted to different parts of the world. Especially in America, most of these symptoms are seen in coronavirus patients.

The most coronavirus infections and deaths in the United States right now. America has been affected by China’s mortality rate.

Other important new symptoms of the coronavirus patient are loss of digestive power. This is why the symptoms of diarrhea appear in the body of the victims. As a result, water is decreasing.

The symptoms of coronavirus disease were more frequent in Wuhan province, China. Among the symptoms that coronavirus patients are experiencing in different countries, diarrhea is seen in almost all countries, researchers say.

The New York incident was published shortly after a study by researchers at the University of Texas Health Science Center. Where it was said- Without a prior heart problem, a coronavirus patient may have a heart attack.

The lead researcher of the study. Mohammad Madzid said, “Even if you do not already have heart disease, it is possible to infect heart tissue with coronavirus disease.” In addition to heart disease, a coronavirus can cause a heart attack in any patient. And those who already have heart disease are at greater risk. ‘

How many people do not have symptoms in the body?

According to a recent study published in the British Medical Journal, 78 percent of COVID-19 patients have mild symptoms or have no symptoms in their bodies.

A study conducted in a village in Italy showed that 50 to 70 percent of people had no symptoms in their bodies. But even through them, coronaviruses have been infected in the bodies of others.

A similar study was recently conducted in Iceland, which found that about 50 percent of coronavirus patients had no symptoms.

Another study, conducted on more than 56,000 patients, found that at least 80 percent of patients had some symptoms in their body, including fever and cough. Some may also have pneumonia.

It is said that symptoms can take serious form in 14%. Such as breathing. And 6 percent of patients can become seriously ill. In their case, some vital organs, including the lungs, kidneys, may become impaired. It also increases the risk of death.

What do I do if I have new symptoms?

Most people infected with coronavirus get well after rest and taking painkillers such as paracetamol. You should consult a doctor if you have a fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Because these symptoms arise from respiratory or other serious illnesses.

The World Health Organization says you have to contact in advance because health care organizations are now struggling to handle the situation.

When to go to the hospital?

Breathing is the main reason people go to the hospital. Doctors can then scan your lungs to see. They test this to know how badly the lungs have been infected.

The worst-case scenario is that the patient is admitted to the hospital’s intensive care unit or ICU. The ICU is a specialized ward for critically ill people where highly trained doctors and nurses work.

Patients with coronavirus are given oxygen. Oxygen may be given through the facemask or the tube through the nose. And in the worst case, the patient needs ventilation. In this process, oxygen is supplied to the patient’s lungs through a tube called a ventilator.

These tubes are attached to the lungs either through the mouth or nose or through a small hole in the throat.

Who is most at risk?

Older people and those who already have some illnesses like asthma, diabetes, and heart disease are at the highest risk. They can be seriously ill if they infect with coronavirus. Men are also at higher risk of death than women.

Those who have slight symptoms in the body will need a few days or weeks to recover. But if someone is hospitalized and has to be taken to the ICU, it can take months for them to fully recover.

How lethal?

Recent studies published in the medical journal The Lancet have shown that casualties will be zero decimal sixty-six percent. This number is much higher than the number of people who died of a common cold cough.

Seasonal cold cough deaths account for zero decimal one percent. However, the number of deaths may vary as the news of many corona infected patients is not expressed.

How do we protect ourselves?

The best way is to wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water. Coronavirus spreads through a small droplet emitted from the cough of the infected person.

People can catch the virus through the breath in the air. Or the virus can enter the eyes, nose, and mouth after touching the droplets.

So people should cover sneezing cough with the tissue. It is important not to touch face without washing hands, and not to contact the victim.

Sick people who have symptoms are the most contagious. However, some can spread the virus even before they become ill.

There is a debate about how much work facemask is using. Therefore, the World Health Organization is researching the results.

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