18th World Seminar on COVID-19 & Vaccination
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Accepted Abstracts

COVID-19 Effects on Body Long Term

Harpreet Kaur*, Dhanashri R Patil, Nilesh N. Sonawane and Rajan Keshri
Wel n Wil Lifescience Health and Research Center, India 

Citation: Kaur H, Keshri R (2021) COVID-19 Effects on Body Long Term. SciTech Central COVID-19.

Received: January 15, 2021         Accepted: January 18, 2021         Published: January 18, 2021


Just like Tsunami waves, COVID- 19 waves had come by hitting every life and it's going by snatching something from life. Patients who are recovered from COVID- 19 has observed minor or major complication in their body. COVID- 19 is confirmed to be affecting the respiratory part but It is quit not certain that how coronaviruses have affected other parts of the body but many physicians find mild symptoms or moderate illness in the patients who are recovered.  Such as problems indigestion, loss of eyesight, low bone density, sensitivity to infection, loss of infertility, etc. some patients, few symptoms may dawdle or reoccur for weeks or months abiding by initial recuperation. This can also happen in people with mild disease. People are not infectious to others during the time of covid-19 confirmed positive. Some patients develop medical complications that may have lasting health effects. This thing shows that covid-19 is not only initiate respiratory disorder but also many other non-relevant mild and major health complications. Therefore, the patients who are recovered from COVID- 19 should be kept under critical alerts observation with a proper diet plan. As the rise of new complications cannot be predicted hence, the recover patients should go through a certain test every weak. Moreover, many complications can’t be recognized directly therefore recovered person should observe their health ability and try to analyse it by the base of pre- COVID- 19 physiological status.  Furthermore, we have to start finding the reasons that led covid-19 to impact other parts of the body. As we know that COVID-19 is a mutated strain so we don’t know when it acquired the ability to affect other parts of the body. So, a new study on the post- COVID- 19 symptoms should be carried out.

Keywords: Covid-19, Respiratory and medical complication, Health, Diet