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50% of COVID patients in hospital develop complications

Knowridge Science Report
Knowridge Science Report
 2021-07-17
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In a new study from the University of Liverpool, researchers found as many as one in every two people hospitalized with severe COVID-19 go on to develop other health complications.

The findings showed a profound” short- and long-term health impact on COVID-19 patients as well as on health and care services.

In the study, the team used data from more than 70,000 hospital patients across more than 300 British hospitals.

They found that the most common health complications were problems with patients’ kidneys and lungs, but brain and heart conditions were also widely reported.

The rate of complications was high even among young, previously healthy patients, with 27% of 19-29-year-olds and 37% of 30-39-year-olds experiencing at least one complication after being hospitalized with COVID-19.

The data also showed that complications were more common in men than women.

Importantly, nearly one in three—27%—of patients were found to be less able to care for themselves after being discharged from hospital, irrespective of age, gender or race.

The team says that the complications were separate from the so-called “long COVID”, where sufferers manifest symptoms directly linked to the disease for weeks and often months after infection.

They called for longer-term monitoring of the health impacts on COVID patients and said governments should be prepared to organize specialized follow up care for survivors.

If you care about COVID, please read studies about people with these blood types may have lower risk of severe COVID-19 and findings of people with this health problem three times more likely to die in COVID-19.

For more information about COVID and your health, please see recent studies about two-drug combo that treats COVID-19 effectively and results showing that people with this health problem should get COVID-19 vaccine first.

The study is published in The Lancet. One author of the study is Professor Calum Semple.

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Ed Hattaway
07-17

100% of people who have gotten the covid-19, have an experimental substance tgat has not been fully tested, or had sufficient studies done, to know the long term risk associated with this substance. Knowing that one of the producers (was either J&J or Pfizer) had to destroy 70 million doses, due to contamination, doesn't exactly inspire confidence.

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Mike Weatherwax
07-17

more lies and reason for people developing other complications is what their being giving while in hospital

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Rick Howell
07-18

How are bill gates and fauci still alive??? If this bioweapon they created ever hurt my wife/child/family they would NEVER take another breath.

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