Many are suffering from cold, cough and fever. Many people get scared at this time of coronavirus infection. However, it is important to deal with the situation carefully without fear. At the same time you have to notice your symptoms carefully. Today’s blog I’ve narrated that when you need an emergency room at hospital or not need at all?
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Needs to be noticed
The novel coronavirus is new. So far, according to the data, the symptoms of most patients with coronavirus infection are fever and dry cough. Some people may also have diarrhea. Weakness and fatigue may also occur. If you only have these symptoms, you should not go to the hospital emergency room for treatment. It is important to note whether there are any serious symptoms.
1. Severe abdominal pain, difficulty breathing, severe fatigue and severe headache from the beginning is a matter of concern.
2. Be careful if you have breathing problems, difficulty eating or drinking water. Determine the rate of respiration per minute. Be careful if breathing speed is 24 to 30 times or more.
3. The second week after the onset of symptoms is very important. Researchers say that at this time, the condition of some people suddenly deteriorated. So after a week, if you suddenly have difficulty breathing, illness or incontinence, go to an emergency room at hospital without delay.
4. People with diabetes and heart disease, those who have had a kidney transplant or are taking chemotherapy are at risk for coronary heart disease. Those who suffer from obesity, any lung disease (such as asthma, bronchitis), are also at risk, the US CDC said. Such people must be careful.
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What to do at home
1. If you have corona symptoms, separate yourself from everyone else. It is better to use separate rooms and toilets. If that is not possible, wear a face mask, separate the dishes. Separate the bed.
2. You can take Paracetamol. Drink plenty of water. You can drink hot tea.
3. Lie on your back with pressure on your stomach for a while, and breathe with your lungs full. Do breathing exercises to increase breathing.
4. Eat nutritious food. Take rest.
5. Measure body temperature two-three times a day, determine the rate of respiration and write it down on a table.
6. Communicate frequently with family members and others; let them know your latest situation.