Acta Scientific Pharmaceutical Sciences (ASPS)(ISSN: 2581-5423)

Review Article Volume 7 Issue 9

The Impacts of Covid-19 on Individuals with Cardiovascular Disease

Jaqueline Luche Neves* and Luciane Cristine Ribeiro Rodrigues

Department of Medicine and Health, Fundação Educacional do Município de Assis (FEMA), Brazil

*Corresponding Author: Jaqueline Luche Neves, Department of Medicine and Health, Fundação Educacional do Município de Assis (FEMA), Brazil.

Received: July 07, 2023; Published: August 23, 2023

Abstract

In the face of the COVID19 pandemic, people with prior cardiovascular disease (CVD) were more likely to develop worrisome forms of the disease. With this scenario comes the importance of a watchful and expanded look at CVD patients who have had COVID19. This study aimed to identify the consequences of COVID19 in these patients. This is a cross-sectional, mixed, analytical study, with the application of a questionnaire to patients with CVD. It was concluded that at the time of COVID19 infection, 80% of respondents were already vaccinated, resulting in mild symptomatic conditions and low hospitalization rates. The length of hospital stay in individuals without vaccination of any dose of the vaccine had a significantly higher average, 16.5±2.1 days, when compared to those who were already vaccinated, 3.5±0.7 days. There were no hospitalizations in vaccinated patients with more than 2 doses. After infection, 56% of the participants began to experience dyspnea on mild-moderate exertion, 63% experienced episodes of tachycardia and blood pressure lability, among other symptoms: weaknesses, memory and psychic alterations. We conclude the need for long-term follow-up of these patients, due to the high rates of development of sequelae presented. In addition, it observed a beneficial effect of vaccination.

 Keywords: Cardiovascular Disease; COVID19; Coronavirus

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Citation

Citation: Jaqueline Luche Neves and Luciane Cristine Ribeiro Rodrigues. “The Impacts of Covid-19 on Individuals with Cardiovascular Disease". Acta Scientific Pharmaceutical Sciences 7.9 (2023): 43-52.

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Copyright: © 2023 Jaqueline Luche Neves and Luciane Cristine Ribeiro Rodrigues. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.




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