Volume 14 No 1 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

Systematic Evaluation of Wound Healing and Easy Intubation Rate in Children with Covid-19 and Hospitalization in Intensive care Units:A Systematic Study


Saeed Keshmiri, Seyed Amir Ashkan Mousavi Chashmi, Neshat Abdi, Elham Mohammadzadeh, Salar Javanmard Barbin

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V14I1.357

Keywords: Corona, Respiratory problems, Patient, Community, Sore Throat, MERS.


Abstract

This study examines the condition of the Systematic Evaluation of Wound Healing and Easy Intubation Rate in Children with Covid-19 and Hospitalization in Intensive care Units. Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that can infect animals and humans.Many of the known coronaviruses can cause a range of respiratory infections in humans.Which range from the common cold to more severe illnesses such as MERS Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and acute respiratory syndrome (SARS).Wound healing is the result of traumatic cellular, biochemical, and systemic events to restore normal continuity by forming new tissue. The basic principle in wound healing is to minimize tissue damage and ensure adequate perfusion and oxygenation to the tissue, as well as proper tissue nutrition and hydration. Growth factors, radiotherapy, chemotherapy, blood supply, genetic and immune disorders, diabetes, nutritional factors and steroid use all affect wound healing.The disease is mainly manifested by chills, body aches, sore throats and dry cough with or without fever.Some patients also have symptoms such as diarrhea, abdominal pain, headache, sweating, nasal congestion and runny nose.Faster diagnosis of the disease will make the infected person less likely to transmit it to the community, as well as more attention to warning signs and faster treatment will increase the chances of recovery.It should be noted that in the event of an epidemic of a virus, the first suspicion of infection.

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