COVID-19 has the potential to damage the nervous system
Anh Phuong (TV reporter in the Middle East)–Tuesday, May 10, 2022 07:18 GMT+7
The study was published by the medical community in the scientific journal Critical Care Explorations and has been cross-validated. Accordingly, of the 16,000 patients hospitalized with COVID-19 in this country recently, 13% had serious damage to the nervous system. The most common of which is a marked change in the way the brain works or the way the brain and body interact.
Studies also show that among these patients, there is a significant increase in the occurrence of strokes, seizures and meningitis.
However, the study also noted that these phenomena were mainly detected among severe COVID-19 patients, hospitalized or in intensive care.
Israeli officials said that more studies will be needed on the link between COVID-19 and neurological diseases, and if there is a link, what needs to be done to reverse it. But at this time, it is also a reminder that it is not possible to be subjective with COVID-19, especially in the context that most societies have reopened, paving the way for a life adapting to COVID-19.
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