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Cases of various diseases in COVID survived people increased: Delhi Hospital

Cases of various diseases in COVID survived people increased: Delhi Hospital

New Delhi: The number of cases of various diseases in people who have survived COVID has increased, with 25 per cent of newly reported diabetes cases are found to have been in people who have a confirmed history of COVID-19uff, said Indraprastha Apollo Hospital authorities in New Delhi.

According to hospital authorities, people with a confirmed history of moderate to severe coronavirus infection were found to have been suffering from various recurring and new health ailments.

Experts at the hospital said inflammatory reactions after Covid could include, hypoxia, weakness, weight loss, hair loss, myocarditis, thyroid and diabetes which are being reported as one of the most common diseases.

Various global studies have reported the increasing prevalence of newly diagnosed diabetes cases having a history of COVID-19, the hospital group claimed in a statement.

Basis this available insight, doctors at Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals studied this development and noted the same through an "exhaustive internal OPD data" from close to two years, it claimed.

Dr Subhash Kumar Wangnoo, senior consultant endocrinologist and diabetologist, at Apollo Centre for Obesity, Diabetes and Endocrinology, Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, said, "Our data from OPDs have shown that in patients who had confirmed Covid infection, nearly 25 per cent were new-onset diabetic patients.

"Stress-induced hyperglycemia was seen in 10 per cent of patients who had Covid infection. In patients of established diabetes (already diabetic) more than 60 per cent showed worsening of glycemic status, which persisted for more than 3 months," he said.

Diabetes in itself is a pro-inflammatory state posing a risk of an inflammatory response along with COVID-19 which leads to the aggravation of blood sugar levels, the statement said.

PTI inputs

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