5 signs that a “Corona” patient needs to be admitted to the hospital immediately


The second wave of the Corona virus has seen a sharp increase in the number of people hospitalized with severe illness, including young people. Many of them were diagnosed with pneumonia and respiratory failure.

The first wave was relatively milder, with older people or people with chronic illnesses more likely to need hospitalization.

Currently, while infections with “Corona” are declining around the world, everyone must be mentally prepared and aware of how to properly deal with the new wave.

Dr. Prasan Prabhakar, cardiologist, head of Laxmi Hospitals, in the city of Kochi, located in the Indian region of Ernakulam, identifies 5 warning signs that a Corona patient needs to go to the hospital, according to the onlymyhealth website.

1. The second rise in temperature (fever), especially after the fifth day: “Covid-19” begins with a fever for many people, but a doctor should be consulted immediately if the high fever returns nominally after the fifth day.

2. Fever persists until the second week: If the fever does not settle from the first day and continues until the second week.

3. Any aggravated nature of the cough: If the cough is intensified in the second week, this is a sign that things may go downhill if proper action is not taken.

4. Shortness of breath: If a person cannot breathe properly while doing the smallest activities, he should take it seriously. The oxygen level should be checked at regular intervals and if it continues to drop, immediate hospitalization may be required.

5. Confusion: COVID-19 mainly affects the brain and nervous system. If the patient has delirium, confusion and difficulty speaking clearly, immediate attention is needed.

6. Chest pain: The virus also affects your lungs and if there is any discomfort around the chest area, you should see a doctor.

The patient must be in constant contact with the doctor from the onset of the disease, recovery, and even the post-Covid stage. There are certain signs of the disease that should be tested from time to time to avoid long-term problems such as blood clotting or cardiac arrest.

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