What happens when you get the coronavirus disease? ~ thekahaniyahindi

What happens when you get the coronavirus disease? ~ thekahaniyahindi symptoms and course: what happens when you get Covid-19 ?

What happens when you get the coronavirus disease? ~ thekahaniyahindi

What happens when you get the coronavirus disease? ~ thekahaniyahindi - What is the course of the SARS-Cov-2 infection? We trace it, in summary, with the help of Doctors, chief of neurology and medicine at the San Giuseppe Multi media hospital in Milan and professor of Medical College at the University of Milan. 

To begin with it must be said that in about 80% of cases the infection does not give symptoms or occurs with variable disorders but not such as to require hospitalization. 

In the remaining 20% ​​there are breathing difficulties that require assistance in the hospital and in about 2% of the total the outcome is fatal, which occurs especially in elderly people or carriers of other pathologist. 

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When it is not asymptomatic, the disease usually manifests itself as a "bad flu". Generally there is a high or very high fever, with chills (a sign that the temperature is rising), accompanied or not by sore throat, burning in the upper part of the areas (tracheae), diffuse pain, headache, deep tiredness , not infrequently nasal congestion and conjunctivitis. 

Loss of taste and smell have recently been found in many infected, even as the only symptom. Gastrointestinal disorders can also occur because the virus does not necessarily stop in the respiratory system.

If the situation develops favorably, the fever usually pass in 6 to 7 days. Sometimes there is a feverish return after 1-2 days. The weakness can be long to dispose of. 

The treatment uses antipathetic, essentially acetaminophen, which in addition to lowering fever is also pain reliever. It is very important to drink enough, to hydrate the mucous membranes and because it also serves to lower the fever.

For intestinal disorders you can resort to the classic drugs that are used for diarrhea. Even if no swab is made, contact with other people, including family members, should be kept to a minimum. In case of coexistence, it is necessary to wear a mask and gloves and disinfect the surfaces well.

If possible, it is better to keep the toilets separate because the intestinal localization of the virus makes fecal transmission plausible. It is not known with certainty after how long the patient will "negative". In theory, a buffer should be made, but at the moment it is not always possible, and it is not yet known whether, and for how much, immunity develops.

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The alarm must go off when the breath begins, which can become short and / or frequent, or, when, having an oximeter in the house, one realizes that the oxygen saturation in the blood drops by 4-5 points compared to the standard of the person, bearing in mind that the comparison must be made at the same temperature, because when the fever rises the saturation decreases. In these cases, a chest is done in the hospital to check if there is pulmonary involvement, in which case we proceed to hospitalization because there can be a dramatic and rapid deterioration, sometimes even within a few hours, 

which makes it necessary respiratory assistance, with tools such as  (the same used by those suffering from sleep neap), the now famous helmets or, when there is no other choice, with incubation. 

These interventions are indispensable because SARS-Cov-2 has the ability to settle in the pulmonary alveolar, where it causes an important inflammation and makes the essential function of these small "berries" difficult, that is, the release of carbon dioxide produced by the body (in the exhaled air) and the intake of oxygen from the outside (from the inhaled air). 

This, in addition to being necessary for survival, has less obvious but equally fundamental roles for the balance of the body, such as maintaining the acid-base balance.

Therapies and controls

As regards pharmacological therapies, the antivirals currently used are Depressive, of which an experiment has just begun and the Walloping / Navigator combination, which, however, according to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine does not seem to provide significant advantages.

Antimalarial or anti rheumatic drugs, such as the now famous Tocilizumab, are then used to reduce the so-called "cytokine storm", which is another, but a huge inflammatory condition. After discharge it is necessary to recheck the patient after 14 days with two swabs close together in succession and only then can it be said that the person is no longer infectious. 

In the meantime, the rules of separation or at least of protection with family members should follow.

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