International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Medical Science | India | Volume 11 Issue 11, November 2022

Post COVID Complications among COVID-19 Patients Admitted at a Tertiary Care Hospital

Mukund K. Sasturkar | Sharad B. Biradar

Abstract: Background: The World Health Organization (WHO) stated Coronavirus disease 2019 as a pandemic. In patients with COVID-19 undergoing surgery, high rates of postprocedural mortality and complications have been noted, but systematic characterisation of hospitalised patients with COVID-19 is lacking. The aim of this present study was to study post COVID complications among COVID-19 patients admitted at a Tertiary Care Hospital. Material & Methods: The research design selected for this study is cross sectional observation study and conducted in Manik Hospital, Aurangabad during 1st March 2021 to 31st August 2021. Patient of who completed more than three months of diagnosis of COVID-19 of both genders of age more than 18 years. Observation & Results: In present study out of 997 COVID-19 patients, maximum patients i.e. 298 (29.9%) were from age-group of 51-60 years, 176 (17.7%) were age-group of 61-70 years and only 14 (1.4%) of patients were from age-group of 11-20 years. The mean age of patients was 56.62?16.29 years. The male 673 (67.5%) predomiance than female 324 (32.5%). 31.5% of patients reported any one complication, Systemic 28.9%, Respiratory 9.1%, Renal 8.9%, Cardiovascular 6.7%, Gastrointestinal (including liver) 5.6% and Neurological 2.7% of patients. 63.6% of patients required oxygen and 32.2% of patients required ventilator support. 3.9% of death was reported in this study. Conclusion: Present study reported complications in patients of COVID-19. The adequate of provision of follow-up clinics for those who have sustained in-hospital complications such as acute kidney injury or respiratory tract infection. Beyond the short term, further work is undertaken to establish the consequences of these complications and whether these are transient or linked to worse long-term outcomes.

Keywords: COVID-19, Complications, Renal, Respiratory

Edition: Volume 11 Issue 11, November 2022,

Pages: 535 - 539

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