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Review Papers | Health and Medical Sciences | India | Volume 9 Issue 9, September 2020
Review on COVID 19 - Clinical Characterization, Diagnosis, Management and Potential Treatment
Shivani Borse | Swamini Gawali | Prajyot Burande | Karishma Patil
Abstract: This review article presents the brief about current COVID-19 pandemic intending to provide integrated information about new viral infection, single stranded RNA Corona virus which belongs to an expanded group of SARS-CoV and it is originated in bats but infected humans. Corona virus is highly contagious. Initially the transmission was from animal-to-animal, later it got transmitted animal-to-human and then human-to-human transmission spread widely across the world having been carried away by travelers from affected region. With incubation period of two-fourteen days, signs and symptoms of infection are common cold, cough, high fever, shortness of breath, fatigue. Presently line of treatment is decided through ongoing research. Thus in limited available action, prevention is the only substantial option. So, social distancing and hygiene practices are recommended by government. We hope this review article helps in understanding COVID-19, its management, diagnosis and potential treatment.
Keywords: Clinical characterization, Clinical management, Corona virus, COVID-19, Diagnosis of COVID-19, Drugs on corona virus
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 9, September 2020,
Pages: 519 - 523