Editorial - Journal of Gastroenterology and Digestive Diseases (2021) Volume 6, Issue 1
Journal of Gastroenterology final role to help end the COVID-19 pandemic
Patients with COVID-19 could complain of organic process symptoms like poor appetency, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abnormal liver enzymes, or exacerbation of symptoms or sickness activity for pre-existing organic process sicknesss like inflammatory viscus disease (IBD)3-5. Loss of smell following a virus infection is that the second commonest explanation for smell loss, most likely accounting for regarding twelve-tone system of all cases, ENT surgeons across the world have shared reports that they need seen patients coverage dysomia suggesting the role of dysomia and dysomia as a possible COVID-19 connected symptom is given. regarding four-hundredth of dysomia cases occur when the infection, in line with an announcement revealed on-line on March twenty one by ENT UK6,7. because the SARS-CoV-2 are often isolated in excretory product by culture and rRT-PCR8,9, attention ought to be paid to excretory product contaminated setting which will cause contact or aerosol transmission and therefore the protection from the faecal contamination ought to be provided to medical workers treating the suspected COVID patients with GI problems10.
Author(s): PRATHYUSHA KARENGULA