PREVALENCE AND PATTERN OF PSYCHOLOGICAL ISSUES AMONG PATIENTS SUFFERING FROM CHRONIC DIABETES MELLITUS AFTER POST COVID

Authors

  • Rani Rajani T
  • Dr. Priyanka Dubey

Keywords:

COVID-19, Clinical, Pattern, Prevalence, Diabetes.

Abstract

One of the largest issues facing humanity in the recent past is the 2019 Coronavirus illness (COVID-19). Diabetes, as well as its comorbidities COVID-19 puts persons at a higher risk of complications and death. Hyperglycaemia, advanced age, and many morbidities, heart damage and significant inflammatory response anticipate a worse result. There is an exploration of the complicated interaction between COVId-19, diabetes and associated consequences. Most COVID-19 patients have a moderate sickness, whereas the chance of serious sickness has been raised. Critical components include the optimization of glycaemic management and adoption of disease-prevention interventions. The effects of COVID on clinical features, contact history, comorbidities, treatment patterns, and outcomes were studied shortly after the infection. Diabetes individuals have encountered significant COVID19 and consequences after the illness. In order to evaluate the links thoroughly more in-depth research focusing on huge samples.

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Published

2021-07-19

How to Cite

Rani Rajani T, & Dr. Priyanka Dubey. (2021). PREVALENCE AND PATTERN OF PSYCHOLOGICAL ISSUES AMONG PATIENTS SUFFERING FROM CHRONIC DIABETES MELLITUS AFTER POST COVID. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 18(09), 841-851. Retrieved from https://archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/9394