Patients who have had coronavirus can suffer from the effects of the infection for the rest of my life. Such findings shared by experts of the National health service of great Britain, writes The Daily Telegraph.
The head of the British centre for recovery from COVID-19 Dr Hilary Floyd noted that she was shocked by the number of middle-aged people, who had no concomitant diseases, however, after recovery, continued to suffer from disability and chronic fatigue. The scientists also found that infection with coronavirus increases the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease in the future.
In the health service, added that in every third patient can develop pulmonary fibrosis, as well as lifelong physical, mental and cognitive disorders. So, 70 percent of survivors may suffer from delusional disorder. Also in 10 percent of cases the British have revealed an acute lesion of the heart.
As stated by Professor Peter Openshaw, on average patients take a year to completely restore your health. However, some of them, apparently, will never return to normal life.
Previously the who reported that the long-term consequences of the pandemic coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 include the crises in various areas of public life. First of all, is a public health crisis, economic, social, and in some countries, political crisis, said the organization.
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