“Post-COVID-19 sequelae” is a phrase that has been mentioned a lot lately, but in fact it is not as scary as many people think.
According to Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ho Thi Kim Thanh, Director of the Center for Family Medicine & Community Health Care, Hanoi Medical University Hospital, in the process of monitoring people with COVID-19, in acute phases, there are complications are still insidious, but the sequelae left after 12 weeks of recovery are not much. When reviewing the data at the beginning, from the milestone of people infected with COVID-19 in 2020 until now, the rate of people infected with COVID-19 after 12 weeks is still there but the symptoms persist for only about 10-20%. stop.
People who are susceptible to post-Covid-19 sequelae
Also according to Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ho Thi Kim Thanh, the group of people prone to experiencing post-COVID-19 symptoms include:
– Group of patients with serious illness.
– People must support high-pressure oxygen breathing.
– Obese people.
– People with unstable medical conditions (such as unstable blood sugar, being treated with anti-inflammatory drugs) or more complicated diseases (blood clotting disorders, cerebrovascular accidents, myocardial infarction) the risk of blood clots is very high).
In addition, a small proportion of young people who are being treated for COVID-19 at home have mild symptoms but also show sequelae of post-COVID-19 infection. According to Dr. Thanh, these people often have a certain medical background, but because they don’t go to the doctor regularly, they don’t realize they have a disease, such as a heart rhythm disorder. By the time COVID, as a push to make those disorders worse, more pronounced, manifesting itself in the post-COVID period.
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