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Why comprehensive health check up is must after recovery from Covid-19

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#pandemic has taught every human being is that "Life is Priceless."#COVID is a nasty disease- at the time & after. Even a mild COVID infection increases your risk of a heart attack & stroke (½) She further urged everyone to get a comprehensive health check up. “I urge everyone who has had Covid even if mild to pls get a comprehensive health check up done.

Preventive healthcare plays a vital role in detecting diseases in early stage Remember it is our responsibility to protect that which is truly priceless – our body and health." According to the study published in Nature Medicine, people who had recovered from COVID-19 showed stark increases in 20 cardiovascular problems over the year after infection.

For example, they were 52% more likely to have had a stroke than the contemporary control group, meaning that, out of every 1,000 people studied, there were around 4 more people in the COVID-19 group than in the control group who experienced stroke.

We have observed in a lot of patients who have developed COVID‑19 have developed heart attacks. “The unfortunate thing in COVID is when we go address the massive heart attack with an emergency angioplasty, there is a high propensity for these things to get re-occluded because of a proton morphic phenomena and formation of clots.

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