In the study conducted by scientists in England, it was revealed that one third of those who survived the crown virus were hospitalized for respiratory diseases during the first 5 months after discharge.
According to the news of the Anadolu Agency, He conducted a study on coronavirus with the National Statistics Institute of the United Kingdom, University College London and the University of Leicester.
It was claimed that about 30 percent of those who took crown were re-hospitalized with complaints of increased cardiovascular problems, breathing difficulties and high sugar content in the five months following crown survival.
13 PERCENT OF LOST LIVES
It was observed that 12.3% of these people lost their lives. It was noted that the number of people who had difficulty breathing during the first 5 months after surviving the crown virus was 6,000 85, among whom the highest risk of being hospitalized again was the elderly and those of Afro-Asian origin. Although the findings of the research have not yet been published in the peer-reviewed journal, it was stated that the mean age of the patients examined was 65 years, they were hospitalized with the diagnosis of Kovid-19 during the first 8 months of 2020 and were discharged after their recovery.