Study finds pneumonia from COVID-19 increase the risk new type of dementia

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US study finds pneumonia cases from COVID-19 There is a risk of developing a new type of dementia. higher than other types of pneumonia patients affect memory self control and working ability

On April 21, 65, foreign news agencies reported. A study from the US University of Missouri. Patients admitted to hospital with pneumonia caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) were at higher risk of dementia than patients with pneumonia. another

Patients with pneumonia from COVID-19 More at risk of dementia

A team of researchers from the Faculty of Medicine of the University Data on 1.4 billion medical treatments were retrieved before July 31, 21, recruiting patients hospitalized with pneumonia for more than 24 hours. 312 out of 10,403 HIV-19 cases began to develop a new type of dementia after recovery. while patients with other types of pneumonia were diagnosed with dementia at 263 out of 10,403 cases.

Adnan Gureshi, Chief Investigator and Professor of Clinical Neurology at the Faculty of Medicine. It said the study found an increased risk of developing a new dementia in patients with COVID-19 pneumonia. over the age of 70

Dementia after recovering from Covid-19 how does it affect life

Gurechi said most of the dementia seen in recovered COVID-19 patients affected their memory. ability to perform daily tasks and self-control By language and awareness of time and place still works quite well.

Reference – xinhuathai

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