Case Report On Severe Acute Respiratory Infection (SARI) With Hypertension And Diabetes Mellitus

Authors

  • Mr. Khushal V. Zade, Ms. Switi Jawade, Roshan Umate

Abstract

SARS is a highly contagious respiratory infection that is thought to be caused by a coronavirus (SARS associated coronavirus - SARS-CoV). SARS made its first appearance in China. At the end of February 2003, the World Health Organization (WHO) issued a global notice. An uncommon respiratory condition was researched at a hospital in Hanoi, Vietnam, 22 hospital workers at the same hospital experienced a similar respiratory illness, SARS became a global health issue within a month of its discovery. Practitioners all around the world are attempting to avert an outbreak of an unknown and potentially lethal contagious disease. The number of SARS patients and nations affected has obesity and cardiovascular illness, encompasses hypertension and type 2 diabetes. Clinical finding: Shortness of breath for the last 3 days, loss of appetite, fever, weakness, dry cough, Palpitations, irregular heartbeat Yellowish Sputum Secretion, Abnormal Breath Sound Dyspnea, hypertension for the past 3 years, and diabetes mellitus type 2 with thyroxin deficiency for the last 3 years . Diagnostic evaluation: All Diagnostic Tests are Done like Chest X-ray Done, ECG Done, Lipid Profile Done, 2D Echocardiography Done, CBC Done, USG abdomen Done, Sputum Test (RTPCR) . Therapeutic intervention: Patient was Treated With Antibiotics, Diuretics, Antacid ACE Inhibitors, Antihypertensive Drugs Beta Blockers. Outcome: Patient General Condition Was Poor. She Had Mild infection of lungs ie: SARI With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Conclusion: Patients symptoms were relieved After Getting Proper Treatment on disease condition patients health was improved.

Published

2021-07-19

How to Cite

Mr. Khushal V. Zade, Ms. Switi Jawade, Roshan Umate. (2021). Case Report On Severe Acute Respiratory Infection (SARI) With Hypertension And Diabetes Mellitus . Drugs and Cell Therapies in Hematology, 10(1), 394–398. Retrieved from https://www.dcth.org/index.php/journal/article/view/112

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