Commentary - Hematology and Blood Disorders (2021) Volume 4, Issue 2
Blood clotting disorders experienced in COVID-19.
Symptoms of COVID-19 are variable, going from gentle indications to serious illness. Common manifestations incorporate migraine, loss of smell and taste, nasal blockage and runny nose, hack, muscle torment, sore throat, fever, the runs, and breathing difficulties. People with a similar contamination may have various indications, and their manifestations may change over the long haul. Three basic bunches of side effects have been recognized: one respiratory manifestation group with hack, sputum, windedness, and fever; a musculoskeletal indication group with muscle and joint torment, migraine, and exhaustion; a group of stomach related indications with stomach torment, regurgitating, and diarrhea. In individuals without earlier ear, nose, and throat issues, loss of taste joined with loss of smell is related with COVID-19. The vast majority (81%) create gentle to direct side effects (Author(s): Jecko Thachil