The most common symptoms include fatigue, symptoms that worsen after physical or mental exertion, fever, pulmonary (respiratory) symptoms that include difficulty breathing or shortness of breath, and cough.
Mexico City. , federal deputy Marco Antonio Mendoza BustamanteI’ll call health secretary To provide care for patients with postcovid syndrome and to establish timely and efficient follow-up mechanisms in health facilities for people due to rapid progression of infection.
Through a point of agreement, the members of PRI Parliamentary Group Stresses on the need to follow up those who test positive COVID-19 and current consequences of the disease, that the federal agency implement a specific provision agenda for specific pathologies within the service portfolio of each specialty that cares for patients with the disease. COVID-19.
Among the most frequent symptoms, the PRI legislator highlighted in his argument were fatigue, symptoms that worsen after physical or mental exertion, fever, pulmonary (respiratory) symptoms that include difficulty breathing or shortness of breath, and cough.
They explained that given the high number of uncertainties about whether these conditions will persist, it is important to collect process follow-up indicators, including the number of patients assessed and active follow-up in specific consultations, the final diagnosis, the number of patients Contains information about Procedures were resolved and patients were admitted to the hospital.
The popular representative from Hidalgo explained that several specialists must participate in the patient care process in order to implement therapeutic, rehabilitative and personalized care plans that facilitate comprehensive care aimed at improving the patient’s quality of life.
Under this logic, he explained that the syndrome status-covid-19 This includes a variety of new, recurring, or ongoing symptoms that people experience more than four weeks after contracting the virus. In some cases, post-syndrome-COVID-19 It lasts for months or years and in others it can cause disability in the person”, he explained.
According to research, he said, between one and 12 months after getting COVID-19, one in five people aged 18 to 64 had at least one medical condition that could be caused by COVID-19. Among people 65 and older, one in four has at least one medical condition that could be causing the disease.