Effects of COVID-19 and Recommended Practices: Case Report
Keywords:2019-nCoV, COVID-19, Mental Stress, Treatment, Medicine.
Objectives: Over the past one year, the effect of 2019-nCoV is drastically increasing and affecting entire
human population. Due to these pandemic situations, people are facing many health-related problems which
includes life threatening fears, heart problems, taking more unneeded medicine and most importantly critical
thinking which leads to mental stress. This paper proposes the different possible strategies which help the
people for avoiding these issues.
Case Presentation: An approach for delivering a possible strategy on avoiding human health issues due
to COVID-19 is done by the successful collection of reports from many infected people. The information
from physical examination to successful treatment stages were analyzed from different infected patients
and reported. Here, we reviewed the methodologies adopted for preventing the spread of corona virus from
various origin and have listed the characteristic features of its behavior based on the real case reports.
Method: The different age group patients are reviewed and possible relevant characteristic points on the
important protocol, treatment procedure, steps to control the spread of this virus, guidelines to avoid other
health issues and maintaining body health for fighting COVID-19 were collected and presented in the form
of case reports.
Conclusion: The different techniques which are presented in this paper help the patients as well as people
in the world to face the pandemic situation very effectively mainly to live with COVID-19. This paper also
presents the prospective study and summarizes the effects of corona virus in human health based on the
infected patients experience. The systematic review on the characteristics of corona virus will provide a
strong guideline to the people to identify and face the critical situation in very informative manner.
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