The strange traits of COVID-19
Note: This article is based on complete scientific studies where you will acknowledge the strange traits of COVID-19.
It has been reported that Some patients with COVID-19 have low blood oxygen levels. However, they lack the symptoms that typically accompany hypoxia.
In late April, the CDC has updated the COVID-19 symptoms’ list. Initially, they have mentioned fever, cough, and shortness of breath as the defining clinical aspects of COVID-19. However, the upgraded list has more new symptoms that previously were not in our knowledge. The list now includes repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, and a loss of taste or smell may accompany a coronavirus infection.
As both virus and clinical research moving at breakneck speed, experts are recognizing more effects of coronavirus. The researchers have mounting evidence that the disease presents itself differently depending on the patient’s age. Although, many of the newly identified symptoms are rare among COVID-19 patients. And also, scientists are not very sure yet that if the symptoms are directly caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus.
Multi-system inflammatory syndrome
Lately, as per the health department, children between the ages of 2 and 15 years have shown multi-system inflammatory syndrome, which officials said is potentially linked to COVID-19. Similar illnesses report of children who tested positive for COVID-19 were revealed in different parts of the world. In addition, experts defined the symptoms as similar to toxic shock syndrome or Kawasaki disease. This disease includes fever and in some cases a combination of rashes, abdominal pain, vomiting, and diarrhea. Anyhow, this multi-system inflammatory syndrome has been found in rare cases only.
Strokes and blood clots
The observation of the scientist around the world suggests that there is a correlation between SARS-CoV-2 infection and dangerous blood clots among adult patients.
Some cases in the hospital have been found with patients suffering severe strokes in conjunction with COVID-19.
In the past month, a red or purple rash resembling frostbite or chilblains has been identified that accompanied COVID-19 infection. It is specifically identified in younger and otherwise healthy adults. If we look into the history of viruses, there has been evidence that some viral infections provoked circulatory system inflammation that leads to similar skin lesions. Therefore, the possibility is, this condition of toes could be happening during COVID-19 infection.
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Whereas trouble breathing is an undeniable symptom of a novel coronavirus, some patients have shown exceedingly low blood oxygen levels without the accompanying breathlessness. The research is still going on regarding COVID-19’s unusual form of hypoxia.
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