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About COVID-19
02.12.2020 | LUCKLAST


COVID-19(Corona Virus Disease 2019, COVID-19), referred to as COVID-19, is named by the World Health Organization as Coronavirus 2019, refers to novel coronavirus 2019

infection caused by pneumonia.


Main feature:

According to the existing cases, COVID - 19 with the lack of heating dry cough as the main performance, a few patients with nasal congestion runny nose Upper respiratory and

digestive tract symptoms such as diarrhea. The onset of dyspnea in more severe cases after 1 week, more rapid progress in acute respiratory distress syndrome Sepsis shock.


Difficult to correct the metabolic acidosis and the blood coagulation dysfunction and multiple organ failure and so on. It is worth noting that the severe low thermal in critically ill

patients in the course of the disease can be, even no fever Light only performance for the lack of low thermal mild patients.


Mode of transmission 

COVID-19 is transmitted mainly through direct aerosol transmission and contact transmission.

Direct transmission refers to the infection caused by the droplets from sneezing, coughing and talking, or the direct inhalation of exhaled gases.

Aerosol transmission refers to droplets mixed in the air, forming aerosols, inhalation leads to infection;

Contact transmission refers to droplets deposited on the surface of an object, which contact contaminated hands and then contact mucous membranes such as oral cavity, nose and eyes, leading to infection


Prevention Measures:

Infection control: patients with acute respiratory disease cough sneeze, the moderate exercise by hand or other material, improve the ability of disease-free exercise, improve the

ability of free of disease (handkerchief paper towel cloth mask, or a surgical mask), cover your mouth and nose, to reduce droplet transmission, after contact with respiratory

secretions should perform hand hygiene immediately, wash their hands.


Other specified prophylactic measures:

1.Keep proper diet, adequate nutrition and oral health.

2.Wash hands frequently. Use soap or liquid hand sanitizer and wash hands with running water without using a dirty towel. Wash hands immediately after touching respiratory secretions (e.g., after sneezing).

3.Maintain good respiratory hygiene. When coughing or sneezing, cover your mouth and nose with paper towels, wash your hands after coughing or sneezing, and avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth with your hands.

4.Enhance physique and immunity, balanced diet moderate exercise regular work and rest, avoid excessive fatigue.

5.Minimize activities in crowded places and avoid contact with patients with respiratory tract infection