Journal of Gastroenterology and Digestive Diseases

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Editorial - Journal of Gastroenterology and Digestive Diseases (2021) Volume 6, Issue 1

Clinical attribute of COVID-19 Patients and Gastrointestinal Symptoms

The most typical presentation of COVID-19 is associate degree acute metabolic process syndrome whose commonest symptoms embrace fever, cough, and symptom. However, channel symptoms, like diarrhoea and nausea/vomiting, area unit more and more reportable in patients littered with COVID-19. This study aimed to explain the prevalence and time of onset of channel symptoms in patients littered with COVID-19 and to seek out potential associations between channel symptoms and clinical outcomes. We performed a prospective single-center cohort study, enrolling patients United Nations agency received identification of COVID-19 at our establishment between March twenty three, 2020, and Apr five, 2020. we tend to collected patient demographics and medical record, laboratory information, and clinical outcomes. moreover, we tend to used a specifically designed form, administered to patients at time of identification, to get information on the presence and time of onset of fever, typical metabolism symptoms, epithelial duct symptoms, and alternative symptoms (fatigue, headache, myalgia/arthralgia, anosmia, ageusia/dysgeusia, raw throat, and ocular symptoms).

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Abstract

The most typical presentation of COVID-19 is associate degree acute metabolic process syndrome whose commonest symptoms embrace fever, cough, and symptom. However, channel symptoms, like diarrhoea and nausea/vomiting, area unit more and more reportable in patients littered with COVID-19. This study aimed to explain the prevalence and time of onset of channel symptoms in patients littered with COVID-19 and to seek out potential associations between channel symptoms and clinical outcomes. We performed a prospective single-center cohort study, enrolling patients United Nations agency received identification of COVID-19 at our establishment between March twenty three, 2020, and Apr five, 2020. we tend to collected patient demographics and medical record, laboratory information, and clinical outcomes. moreover, we tend to used a specifically designed form, administered to patients at time of identification, to get information on the presence and time of onset of fever, typical metabolism symptoms, epithelial duct symptoms, and alternative symptoms (fatigue, headache, myalgia/arthralgia, anosmia, ageusia/dysgeusia, raw throat, and ocular symptoms).
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