PREVALENCE OF COVID-19 SYMPTOMSIN HOSPITALIZED AND NON-HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS ANDPREDICTIVE FACTORS ASSOCIATEDWITH SEVERITY OF COVID-19:A LITERATURE REVIEW

Authors

  • N. Ninashvili
  • I. Mchedlishvili
  • Kh. Tchaava
  • N. Gegeshidze

Abstract

Globally, there have been 332,617,707 con-firmed cases of COVID-19, including 5,551,314 deaths, re-ported to WHO recently (WHO). To limit the spread of SARS-CoV-2, an evidence-based understanding of the symptomsis critical to inform guidelines for quarantining and testing(Michael C. Grant), whilst the growing number of post-COV-ID syndrome disproportional to resolution from COVID-19,poses another unique challenge to healthcare services.The aim of this review is to determine the prevalence ofCOVID-19 symptoms and reveal predictive or contributingfactors to severe and/or long COVID

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Published

2023-02-04

How to Cite

Ninashvili , N., Mchedlishvili , I., Tchaava , K., & Gegeshidze , N. (2023). PREVALENCE OF COVID-19 SYMPTOMSIN HOSPITALIZED AND NON-HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS ANDPREDICTIVE FACTORS ASSOCIATEDWITH SEVERITY OF COVID-19:A LITERATURE REVIEW. COLLECTION OF SCIENTIFIC WORKS OF TBILISI STATE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY, 55. Retrieved from https://journals.4science.ge/index.php/CSW/article/view/1440