Acta Scientific Paediatrics (ISSN: 2581-883X)

Research Article Volume 4 Issue 6

Main Clinical Sequels in Patients Affected by Covid-19: A Systematic Review

Lysandro Pinto Borges1*, Adriana Gibara Guimarães1, Fernanda Camargo Mendonça de Araujo1, Jessiane Bispo de Souza1, Daniela Raguer Valadão Souza2, Aline Fagundes Martins2, José Melquiades de Rezende Neto2, Luis Eduardo Cuevas3 and Ricardo Queiroz Gurgel4

1Department of Pharmacy and Clinical Analysis, Federal University of Sergipe, São Cristóvão, Sergipe, Brazil
2Department of Education in Health, Federal University of Sergipe, Lagarto, Sergipe, Brazil
3Department of Clinical Sciences, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Liverpool, United Kingdom
4Department of Medicine, Federal, Post-Graduate Programs in Parasitic Biology and Health Sciences, Federal University of Sergipe, Aracaju, Sergipe, Brazil

*Corresponding Author: Lysandro Pinto Borges, Department of Pharmacy and Clinical Analysis, Federal University of Sergipe, São Cristóvão, Sergipe, Brazil.

Received: March 01, 2021; Published: May 15, 2021

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Abstract

In view of the appearance of several sequelae due to infection by COVID-19 and the need to seek knowledge about this new disease, this review aimed to identify the main clinical sequelae in patients affected by COVID-19. The literature search was performed in the PubMed, SCOPUS, Web of Science and Science Direct databases and were included in a total of 16 studies. The main sequelae found were cardiac, neurological and pulmonary, other sequelae were also found such as kidney injury, gastrointestinal symptoms, joint pain, fatigue, excessive sweating and hair loss, however, in smaller proportions. These data provide a health team, during specific treatments of COVID-19, to avoid these sequelae, enabling health professionals to develop new treatment strategies, as well as more assertiveness in the diagnosis and thereby optimize the survival of the patient.

Keywords: COVID-19; Kidney Injury; Gastrointestinal Symptoms; Joint Pain; Fatigue

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Citation

Citation: Lysandro Pinto Borges., et al. “ Main Clinical Sequels in Patients Affected by Covid-19: A Systematic Review”. Acta Scientific Paediatrics 4.6 (2021): 42-50.




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