SYSTEMATIC INVESTIGATION OF CARDIO VASCULAR & CLINICAL PROBLEM IN PATIENTS WITH COVID-19 WITH NEUROLOGICAL AND PATHOLOGICAL POINT
This study has systematically investigated cardiovascular and clinical problems in patients with Covid-19 with neurological and pathological symptoms. The coronavirus, the cause of acute respiratory syndrome, appeared in December 2019 in the Chinese city of Wuhan. The disease spread rapidly throughout the world and was considered a pandemic disease. Every day, many people around the world die due to this disease. Respiratory viruses are a serious threat to the health security of people internationally and can lead to global epidemics with high mortality and financial burden for treatment. An example of these viruses that have always brought many challenges are coronaviruses. Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that are responsible for causing approximately one quarter of common colds. Some coronaviruses, such as SARS and MERS, are more dangerous and cause more severe symptoms that may lead to fatal cases of pneumonia (lung infection), kidney failure, and death. Evidence shows that the main target of the corona virus is the lungs, but it can also affect the heart; Especially a heart that has failed. According to initial reports, 40% of the patients with the corona virus who were admitted to hospitals had cardiovascular disease or cerebrovascular disease. Evidence shows that the possibility of contracting Covid-19 or worsening symptoms is higher in the elderly with coronary artery congestion or high blood pressure. A person suffering from heart disease may also have a weakened immune system. Some heart patients, such as heart transplant patients, pregnant women with serious cardiovascular disease (including congenital diseases) are at a very high risk if infected with the corona virus.
Corona, Heart, Lung, Blood Pressure, Death