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Paper Title: Case report on effect of T-AYU-HM Premium on Post vaccination Covid-19 infected patient
Authors Name: Dr. Atul Desai , Dr. Kavita Desai, Dr. Hemshree Desai , Mr. Rutvij Desai, Dr Chirag Desai , Nishita Prajapati, Dhruvi Patel , Nikita Champaneri, Pinki Purohit
Unique Id: IJSDR2203011
Published In: Volume 7 Issue 3, March-2022
Abstract: Covid-19 has impacted the world in such a way that nobody requires any further introduction about it. Vaccines have definitely played a significant role in preventing mortality in covid-19. Perception about vaccine needs spreading awareness at constant interval in India. Many countries have reported post vaccination positive cases of Covid-19 in patients. Considering the percentage it was very negligible. Current case report highlight post vaccination a patient was found RT-PCR positive with clinical complains. Mr. Y a businessman with a history of first dose of ChAdOx1-s vaccination consulted the clinic with complains of fever, body ache, cold, breathlessness, cough, and weakness. On examination C-reactive protein was 5.5 and CT value for RT-PCR was 23. Considering SpO2 and other parameters patient consented for treatment and it was initiated with T-AYU-HM Premium and onion steam vaporization. Patient advised strict home quarantine and adherence to the treatment. Vaccines can definitely prevent further complications but it cannot prevent a person from getting infected. Therefore, prevention and post infection treatment measures are still consider vital area to focus on further research on integrated treatment approach. Appropriate treatment measures can prevent post infection complications in Covid-19 patients. We observed that Onion steam vaporization and T-AYU-HM Premium had a remarkable impact on the patient's clinical and pathological signs and symptoms.
Keywords: Covid-19, T-AYU-HM Premium, RT-PCR, ChAdOx1-s.
Cite Article: "Case report on effect of T-AYU-HM Premium on Post vaccination Covid-19 infected patient", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijsdr.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.7, Issue 3, page no.70 - 72, March-2022, Available :http://www.ijsdr.org/papers/IJSDR2203011.pdf
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Published In: Volume 7 Issue 3, March-2022
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