Patients who survive a severe case of COVID-19 are more than twice as likely to die during the following year than those who have mild symptoms and those who haven't been infected, according to a new study published in the journal Frontiers in Medicine.
Patients who survive a severe case of COVID-19 are more than twice as likely to die during the following year than those who have mild symptoms and those who haven’t been infected, according to a new study published Wednesday in the journal Frontiers in Medicine.
/webmd/consumer_assets/site_images/article_thumbnails/video/1800x1200_krames_activating_health_how_mrna_vaccine_works_video.jpg091e9c5e8210a400Patients who had the most severe symptoms had a 2.5 times higher chance of dying during the next year than those who tested negative and a 1.9 times greater risk than those with mild symptoms. For patients under age 65, the risk increased to 3.3 times higher, as compared to those who tested negative, and 2.8 times higher, as compared to those with mild symptoms.
About 20% of the deaths were for respiratory or cardiovascular causes, which are typically linked with coronavirus complications. The risk of death from respiratory disease was 4.5 times higher for those with severe COVID-19, as compared to those who tested negative. Similarly, the risk of death from heart issues was 3 times higher.
The other 80% of the deaths stemmed from a wide variety of reasons that aren’t typically associated with the coronavirus. Patients likely had an overall decline in their health that left them vulnerable to other illnesses and diseases, the study authors said. headtopics.com
“Since we now know that there is a substantial risk of dying from what would likely be considered to be an unrecognized complication of COVID-19, we need to be even more vigilant in decreasing severe episodes of COVID-19,” Mainous said.The patients often died long after the coronavirus infection had passed, the study authors found. The deaths may not have been linked to COVID-19 by the patients’ families or doctors.
“Taking your chances and hoping for successful treatment in the hospital doesn’t convey the full picture of the impact of COVID-19,” Mainous said. “Our recommendation at this point is to use preventive measures, such as vaccination, to prevent severe episodes of COVID-19.”Read more: WebMD »
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