Hyderabad, 7th February 2022: Medicover Hospitals has launched a Post-Covid Clinic to treat patients who have recovered from Covid-19 but are still suffering from mid and long-term effects of the infection.
This clinic, consisting of different specialty departments, is an integrated approach for the holistic wellbeing of the patients who have recovered from COVID infection but suffer from myriad symptoms like dizziness, breathlessness,fatigue, insomnia, palpitations, anxiety, depression and more. The clinic is a ray of hope for other covid-recovered patients also with co-morbidities like diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart diseases.
Dr Anil Krishna, Chairman and Managing Director of Medicover hospitals, stated that “Covid pandemic affected many people’s lives. There is no doubt that Covid 19 has drastically changed the lifestyle of people in many ways.”
The health package aims to provide comprehensive treatment to recovered patients under the supervision of physicians, pulmonologists, neurologists, physiotherapists, Ayush medical personnel, and yoga therapists.
Dr Raghu Kanth, Senior Consultant Pulmonology said, “people who recovered from Covid 19 are suffering from long-standing effects like tiredness, sleeplessness, loss of taste and smell, continuous cough, shortness of breath, chest pain, palpitations, giddiness and, depression. Due to a lack of awareness, patients do not pay attention to these symptoms. If left untreated, these symptoms can sometimes impair the function of other body organs. Families will face an increased financial burden as a result of this.”
Medicover Post-Covid Clinic would surely be a big support to the families struggling with the after effects of this deadly infection.
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