As the Novel Corona virus spreads around the world, medical experts are identifying new possible symptoms of the disease.
Fever is the most common symptom followed by cough, difficulty breathing and loss of sense of smell or taste.
A recent study also confirmed that persistent cough and fever are the most common symptoms in people suffering from COD 19.
Some time ago, a possible symptom of the corona virus appeared in the name of cod twins, but there was controversy over whether the red marks or rashes on the feet and hands were really the result of the corona virus.
Now a new medical study has found the answer.
The study, published in the British Journal of Dermatology, provided evidence to support the link between code 19 and code twists.
The study found that people with such red spots on the hands and feet were often not diagnosed with the traditional Code 19 test, but the researchers found that children who saw Code Twice had the corona virus in their skin.
In their analysis, the researchers discovered corona virus in blood vessel cells and sweat glands.
“The results confirm the link between the corona virus and code twigs, and these red marks appear as a result of damage to blood cells caused by the virus,” he said.
According to the World Health Organization, fever is the most common symptom of an infection that first appears and is seen in about 88% of cases (this rate was reported after an analysis of 55,000 cases in China). Also dry cough, fatigue, cough with thick mucus and difficulty breathing etc.
Then in March, British scientists also described the loss of sense of smell or taste as a symptom of the disease, and several research reports have emerged, which support the idea that a sudden sense of smell or taste Depression can be a symptom of code 19, especially in patients who do not have other common symptoms.
In addition, there have been recent reports that the virus can live longer in the eyes and conjunctivitis can be a sign of it.
A study published in the American Journal of Cataractology in early April found that some patients with Code 19 experience digestive problems, especially cholera, as the first symptom.
According to the research, in patients in whom cholera appears as the first symptom, the severity of the disease was mild, the symptoms of the respiratory system later became clear and in some cases such symptoms did not appear at all.
On the other hand, in a letter published in the Journal of the European Academy of Dramatology and Venereology, an Italian doctor said that an analysis of 88 patients with code 19 in the Lombardy region found that 20% had skin problems.
Most of them had red rashes or rashes on their torso, while some had blisters that resembled crabs.
Then, in early April, a statement from more than 400 French dermatologists said that potential patients with code 19 had skin symptoms such as hives, red rashes and frostbite. Signs are visible on the hands and feet.
Then in mid-April, in a letter published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, Italian doctors said that grains such as cucumber could also be a sign of code 19.
In the United States, signs such as frostbite on the hands and feet are called code twists, and medical experts say that patients with code 19 may show purple marks and swelling, and the American Academy of Dermatology diagnosed them with code 19 symptoms. Added to the registry.
Dr. Alyssa Femia of New York University said she had seen all of these symptoms in suspected or certified patients with code 19 and discovered that they could be included in possible symptoms.
“I am shocked by a virus that did all this to humans in the first five months,” he said.
“Patients admitted to Code 19 hospitals often have pink itchy rashes on the torso and limbs, while some develop lumps that resemble cucumbers, but the symptoms are rare,” he said. Looks like
According to him, at present it is difficult to determine whether such early problems are really the result of the SARS Cove 2 virus or the effect of the drugs used to treat it, although they are often so prominent that it is likely to be the result of the virus. There may be.
He added that he has seen a lot of Code Twice in recent times, even in people who have very few other symptoms of Code 19, but it is not yet entirely certain that it will be from Code 19. There is a problem.
Many people do not get the Code 19 test because they are not sick enough to receive more medical attention, making it difficult to determine if the problem is linked to the virus. No confirmation, but no immediate cause for problems.
He thinks that patients with code 19 who do not have symptoms or have very mild symptoms have a problem with code twists, but there is still a lot to learn.