Dangerous consequences of COVID-19 for young people named

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Dangerous consequences of COVID-19 for young people named

The dangerous consequences of the long course of COVID-19 for young people are named. A corresponding study by British scientists from the Coverscan group is published on the MedRxiv.org portal.

The results of the study showed that the virus can have long-term effects in young people who have not been hospitalized.

Specialists have studied the long-term effects on people at low risk. It turned out that organ damage can be detected in young people four months after recovery, with heart damage being the most common.

Scientists have noted the danger of a long-term form of coronavirus. Usually COVID-19 lasts about two weeks, but this period is only the acute phase of the disease. In some patients, symptoms persisted for a long time, with nearly 70 percent of them having one or more organs damaged. The most common damage was the heart and pancreas. The virus also caused complications in the kidneys, liver and spleen. Some patients complained of shortness of breath, muscle cramps and headaches several months after infection.

Dr. Amitawa Banerjee of University College London said 25 percent of young patients had two or more organ damage. Internal organs were damaged as a result of inflammation caused by infection. Whether these problems will be permanent will become clear only after a while, the doctors noted.

Patients who have had an infection, experts advised to exercise and lose weight, since people with a high body mass index (BMI) are more at risk of organ damage.

Earlier, the Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO) Tedros Adanom Ghebreyesus listed the long-term consequences for those who have recovered from COVID-19. They can face consequences such as fatigue, coughing, difficulty breathing, inflammation and damage to major organs, including the lungs and heart.

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