Acta Scientific Medical Sciences (ISSN: 2582-0931)

Research Article Volume 5 Issue 8

A Systematic Literature Review of Tendency of Pathogenic Diseases in the Patients of Covid-19

Syeda Hajra Batool*

Department of Life Sciences, University of Central Punjab, Pakistan

*Corresponding Author: Syeda Hajra Batool, Department of Life Sciences, University of Central Punjab, Pakistan.

Received: July 05, 2021; Published: July 22, 2021

Citation: Syeda Hajra Batool. “A Systematic Literature Review of Tendency of Pathogenic Diseases in the Patients of Covid-19". Acta Scientific Medical Sciences 5.8 (2021): 110-120.

Abstract

  The virus is comparable to the SARS-CoV-2 virus for several physical and pathogenic characteristics. The incidence of death and infection of seasonal influenza is lower than that of SARS-CoV-2.. The research aims to find out the tendency of the pathogenic disease in the patients of covid-19 and also to highlight the major pathogenic diseases caused by Covid-19. Researcher as well started searching for electrification: Elsevier Science Direct, Taylor and Francis, Stringer, Scopus as well as Google Scholar, to evaluate the tendency of pathogenic diseases in the patients of COVID-19 investigation already identified in open access publications or online publications, dissertations, grey literature such as abstracts, peer-reviewed journals, and unpublished reports during the period started from 1900s to 2021. In this study, study selection and extraction, publications by year, analysis of data sources, publication by context, Citation analysis, publications by context, tendency of pathogenic diseases in the patients of Covid-19, statistical analysis of covid-19 associated/pathogenic diseases have been discussed in results section. The studies included with correlation between tendency of pathogenic diseases and Covid-19 patients were analyzed. The data on the tendency of pathogenic diseases in the patients of COVID-19 were analyzed from all studies. The current research was dependent on the outcomes of the reporting studies. In order to undertake a descriptive data analysis and word frequency (keywords) have been analyzed. All statistical data were analyzed using Microsoft Excel. It is resulted that the Covid-19 patient not only affected one issue, but they also suffered from many other diseases like acute coronary artery diseases or cardiomyopathy cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) another chronic kidney disease, Sickle cell disease, weak immune system, pregnancy-related many serious issues, and many other viral and bacterial diseases.

Keywords: Pathogenesis; Covid-19; Pandemic; Tendency

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