15. Kidney problems
They are described as a complication of coronavirus infection. A reduced proportion of patients have developed acute kidney injury, and it is a frequent cause of internship into the intensive care unit.
As you can see, there’s a wide variety of signs and symptoms. However, they are not very useful in the clinical practice because the virus has a high virulence, and spreads to other people before any symptom shows up. Therefore, it is essential to keep safe at all times and adopt safety measures in public spaces such as washing your hands often with soap and water, avoiding contact with sick people, not eating uncooked meat, wearing a face mask, and covering yourself if you cough or sneeze to protect others.
If you have recently traveled to Wuhan, and feel sick with respiratory symptoms, fever, or any of the warning signs listed above, look for medical assistance and be sure to inform doctors and nurses about your recent exposure.
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