Coronavirus – An Overview


Coronavirus – An Overview

Coronavirus, a virus which causes severe respiratory infections, is one of the most common viruses out there today. There are over 100 types of this disease, which are divided into two main categories: acute and chronic. Acute Coronavirus (AVD) is usually spread through the respiratory system when an AVD causes an infection with the respiratory epithelium, or the top layer of the lungs. Chronic Coronavirus (CCV) is generally spread by contact with the respiratory fluid; it can also be spread from one person to another through secretions, such as mucus, sweat and other bodily fluids.

Coronavirus is usually first diagnosed by presenting symptoms such as high fever, cough with or without blood in it, difficulty breathing, wheezing and swelling of the lymph nodes. If your physician is not sure about what he is looking for, you may experience shortness of breath, swollen tonsils, sore throat, headaches, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting and sometimes diarrhea. If you’re showing one or more of these symptoms after coming in contact with someone who has Coronavirus, he or she will put you under observation to make sure that you are really suffering from the disease and not from some other ailment which could have caused the symptoms.

The most common treatment for Coccid-19 is often the same as for any other acute infection: antibiotics. Miconazole, Fluconazole and Butoconazole are the usual topical agents used against this virus. Although the symptoms of Coronavirus appear only after days or weeks at a time, it can still be difficult to diagnose because of its similarity with other respiratory illnesses, including colds and the flu. In addition, Coronavirus is not as contagious as many other respiratory infections like influenza. Therefore, although Coronavirus is a relatively mild infection, if you experience persistent or reoccurring bouts of chest cold, fever, sore throat or swollen tonsils, you should immediately contact your doctor so that he can perform tests to determine the cause of your infection.