Swarupa Chakole

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


  • Review Article   
    Cognitive as Well as Functional Deficits in Individuals with COVID-19 Infection: A Review
    Author(s): Mudit Kerwal* and Swarupa Chakole

    Background: Given instances of 'Extended COVID' symptoms extending into to the persistent phase and case studies demonstrating brain dysfunction in severely afflicted people, there is rising worry regarding the potential cognitive repercussions of COVID-19. However, nothing is known about the type and general occurrence of cognitive difficulties following infection, or about the whole range of illness severity. It is uncertain if cognitive symptoms are connected with the severity of a new coronavirus (COVID-19) illness. Clinical studies have indicated neurological issues in COVID-19 individuals who have been significantly afflicted. However, nothing is known about the nature and overall prevalence of cognitive difficulties following illness, or the whole range of severity. Early identification of neurocognitive symptoms may reduce the likelihood of permanent damage an.. Read More»

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