Healthcare

COVID-19: What Happens When The Coronavirus Enters The Human Body

What are the symptoms of coronavirus infection from day one? What days are important? How can you identify a serious disease? This corona study result from China is the answer to many questions.

The study comes from Wuhan, China, where the coronavirus first erupted in the world. Studies show that people who are infected with coronavirus can begin to show signs of fever, fatigue, and difficulty breathing. Data were collected from patients admitted to Wuhan Jinyintan Hospital and Wuhan Pulmonary Hospital from December 29, 2019 to January 31, 2020.

Day 1

Most people have a fever of more than 100 Fahrenheit and dry cough and large sections of the first day. Patientaccess.com clinical director adds that muscle pains and fatigue are common symptoms. Sore throat and nosebleed were rare on the first day in patients.

A study of 138 patients in Wuhan found that 10 percent had vomiting and diarrhoea in the first few days after the corona infection. It was after this that many people got the flu.

Not all of the symptoms mentioned earlier may be seen in all Covid 19 patients. Even with these symptoms, no one can be sure that someone is infected with the corona. Patients often show the same symptoms, even with a common cold or flu.

Some of the patients diagnosed with Covid 19 did not show many of these symptoms. Experts remind that some people have never seen any symptoms.

Day 5

A study of 138 patients at Zhongnan Hospital, Wuhan University, showed signs of acute respiratory distress over five days. Most of them showed the symptoms of the first days.

Older people and those with early respiratory distress may find it difficult to breathe these days. Symptoms such as weight gain in the chest, shortness of breath, shortness of breath, and increased heartburn may manifest on the fifth day.

Day 7

For most people, the symptoms seen at the earliest stage are reduced by the seventh day. The study showed that 85% of the patients had symptoms on the seventh day.

But if someone in your home shows signs of coronavirus, you should stay in your home for at least 14 days. The 14 days should be counted from the day the first symptoms show.

Those who have difficulty in breathing on the seventh day should be shifted to hospital. If you have blue discoloration on your face or lips or you feel pain or pressure in your chest, you should go to the hospital immediately.

Day 8

Breathing difficulty increases from the 8th day onwards in patients who are at risk of becoming serious. Lungs are deprived of the ability to supply oxygen to the organs. The Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention warns that up to 15 percent of patients are reaching this stage.

Day 10

As the difficulty in breathing increases, patients are being transferred to the intensive care unit. COVID-19 patients, who visited Wuhan hospitals on average took 10 days to reach this stage.

Day 12

By this time the fever will slowly disappear. But the cough will still persist. Researchers have found that people with Covid19 may suffer from chronic cough. Of the 191 patients studied, 45% had coughing after 12 days.

Day 13

This is a crucial day. Those who have less symptoms, chances of recovery is high. if respiratory distress is high, chances of recovery are less and the respiratory distress is seen to keep increasing till death.

Day 18

Patient take an average of 18.5 days to die due to Covid19. Those who are sick still continue to be treated. In China, the average person returned home after 22 days of treatment.

Written on the article published By Jinyintan Hospital and Wuhan Pulmonary Hospital based on the study on Corona infected people

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