COVID-19 Infection as a Chronic Disease: Factors and Medication Perspectives

Despite being incredibly contagious due to its highly infectious nature, the disease’s global spread is aided by self-awareness because a large portion of patients are mild or asymptomatic. Public health actions against the Corona virus should reduce the number of people who are infected with influenza in order to prevent the two viruses from infecting one another. The development of a chronic disease care model for “POST-COVID-19” and the implementation of epidemic prevention measures for the winter of 2020 will be aided by the successful combination of using antiretroviral therapy and antibiotics in several inflammation in multi-organs with supportive therapies in this case report in region Puglia ASL Taranto, PPI 118- emergency department and pneumonia department in Saint Giuseppe Moscati hospital, Taranto, Italy. A lung CT scan and positive X-ray for bilateral ground glass opacity, which indicated a considerable rise in alveolar capillary permeability and consequent interstitial edoema, verified the symptoms of acute respiratory failure. The presence of a persistent widespread bronchopathy with emphysematous morphologies was verified to be a pulmonary embolism. In the right lung, there were large, unevenly distributed regions of parenchymal consolidation that largely affected the lower lobe and the apical and dorsal portions of the upper lobe.

Author(s) Details:

Mario G. Balzanelli,
Department of Pre-hospital and Emergency, Saint Giuseppe Mos- cati Hospital, Taranto City, 74100, SET-118, Italy.

Pietro Distratis,
Department of Pre-hospital and Emergency, Saint Giuseppe Mos- cati Hospital, Taranto City, 74100, SET-118, Italy.

Rita Lazzaro,
Department of Pre-hospital and Emergency, Saint Giuseppe Mos- cati Hospital, Taranto City, 74100, SET-118, Italy.

Angelo Cefalo,
Department of Pre-hospital and Emergency, Saint Giuseppe Mos- cati Hospital, Taranto City, 74100, SET-118, Italy.

Giuseppe D’angela,
Department of Pre-hospital and Emergency, Saint Giuseppe Mos- cati Hospital, Taranto City, 74100, SET-118, Italy.

Orrazio Catucci,
Department of Pre-hospital and Emergency, Saint Giuseppe Mos- cati Hospital, Taranto City, 74100, SET-118, Italy.

Davide Palaz- zo,
Department of Pre-hospital and Emergency, Saint Giuseppe Mos- cati Hospital, Taranto City, 74100, SET-118, Italy.

Felice Amatulli,
Department of Pre-hospital and Emergency, Saint Giuseppe Mos- cati Hospital, Taranto City, 74100, SET-118, Italy.

Diego Tomassone,
Nutri Therapy Research Center, Urbino City, 10098, Italy.

Van H. Pham,
International Gene and Immunology Institute and Nam-KhoaBiotek, Ho Chi Minh City, 50000, Vietnam.

Sergey Aityan,
Department of Multidisciplinary Research Centre, Lincoln University, Oakland CA, 94612, USA.

Ciro Isacco Gargiulo,
Aldo Moro University, Bari City, 70125, Italy.

Kieu C. D. Nguyen,
American Stem Cell Hospital JSC and Euro Stem Cell, Vietnam.

Please see the link here: https://stm.bookpi.org/CODHR-V2/article/view/7752

Keywords:  ASL Taranto, Arterial Blood Gas (ABG), COVID-19, chronic disease, SG Moscati Hospital, Sars-CoV-2, 118 pre-hospital medical system-emergency department

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