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Depression make more vulnerable of the COVID patients, think tank research


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The recent research published by the Lancet Psychiatry journal, finds the eight common problems in majority COVID patients in US, like mood disorders, anxiety disorders and Depression. It is indicate that most common problem is depression, which is make patients more helpless itself and need more care and medication.

Scientists from the University of Oxford, observe the computer based medical records of more than half a million patients in the US, by local doctors.

They also find the 14 common psychological or neurological conditions in almost all patients in US.

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During this study, Scientists from the University of Oxford put available data into two different groups with multiple infections to examine the fact about mental conditions.

Scientists more classify the COVID patients by age, sex and medical records to finds the close fact behind the mental conditions.

Scientists from the University of Oxford,  finds that 16% COVID patients more seen psychological or neurological disorders after Covid19 instead of other 44% more likely than people recovering from flu.

Study find that mood, anxiety or psychotic disorders affected 24% of all patients but its high in 25% patients who admitted to hospital, 28% people in in intensive care.

Head of research at Alzheimer’s Research UK, Dr. Sara Imarisio think this new study investigates whether this relationship may also hold in the other direction, instead of Previous studies which is highlighted the dementia are at higher risk during infection.

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