The recently diagnosis of COVID-19, including vomiting, lack of appetite and nausea, has been alerted by Chinese scientists, 204 patients were reported and findings published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology in three hospitals.
Experts estimated that 48.5% of patients had both digestive and respiratory problems. Some signs of high fever or coughing may be found in some cases with only diarrhea.
For digestive system issues, from the first symptom to hospitalization, the treatment lasts 1.5 days longer a total of 9 days than for someone with no digestive system issues. The study also suggested that patients with respiratory difficulties only heal better than those of both.
Appeared in Wuhan, China, last December, the latest Coronavirus, known as COVID-19, has spread to a total of 163 countries and territories. It was considered a pandemic by the World Health Organization.
The death count currently approaches 10,000 with over 246,000 confirmed deaths, and over 86,000 have been retrieved, based on data obtained by Johns Hopkins University, the US. Given the growing number of cases, many people affected are suffering and healing from only minor symptoms.
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31 March, 2020