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Blog tagged as COVID-19

Neurological compromise of COVID-19: anosmia and dysgeusia
A distinctive feature of dysosmias in COVID-19 is that they appear relatively early, in contrast to what was observed in SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome).
25.06.21 06:56 PM - Comment(s)
Association between the cardiac abnormalities in COVID-19 patients, and disease severity and mortality
The objective of the study was to estimate the rate in which COVID-19 patients had heart abnormalities and determine the association between detected abnormalities, their severity, and mortality of the disease.
31.05.21 06:51 PM - Comment(s)
Impact of COVID-19 on exercise pathophysiology
Hospital survival in case of severe COVID-19 involvement is often associated with residual fibrotic lung abnormalities, evidenced by pulmonary CT at the time of discharge, and lung function tests.
27.04.21 04:40 PM - Comment(s)
Similarities between the Spanish influenza epidemic and COVID-19 
Is there anything in common between the pandemic we are currently confronting and previous pandemics?
05.04.21 09:38 PM - Comment(s)