Sonali Choudhary

Department of Community Medicine, Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences, Sawangi (Meghe) Wardha, Maharashtra, India


  • Research   
    The COVID 19 Pandemic and Psychosis: The unusual Insight
    Author(s): Sonia Sharma* and Sonali Choudhary

    Background: COVID, believed to have emerged in Wuhan, China in Nov,19 and swiftly spread like wildfire across the continents. It wasn't much of a fantasy that it would become a headache for governments all over the world and would have a devastating impact on every sector alike, ravaging economies, especially medicine and healthcare. It was declared as a global pandemic in March, 2020. Predominantly thought of causing only pulmonary complications, it was soon revealed to be causing multiple neuropsychiatric complications in a few cases. Although it was with limited evidence, it was significant enough much like it's counterparts SARS COV 1 and MERS. Neurological Problems ranged from a spectrum of anxiety to delusions, to even psychosis in some patients. However, the origin and pathogenesis of a COVID induced psychosis is still very much of a question mark. Since, many of the pa.. Read More»

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