COVID-19 Crisis: Pulmonary and Extra-Pulmonary Complications would Last for Long Time in Foreseeable Future
AbstractCOVID-19 is currently one of the greatest problems the world is facing. A viral disease by nature, it emerged in city of China named Wuhan. Within few months it turned to be a global health emergency. It is an acute respiratory infection whose impact on world is somewhat similar to that of Spanish flu of 1918.1 To date, this infection has killed approximately 600,000 people in 216 countries and the number is rising.2 This virus affects multiple organs with varying degree of severity including respiratory, gastrointestinal, neurological, cardiovascular and hematological systems. This article will provide insight about the multiple organ complications of COVID-19 and the prognosis with different organ involvement.
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