ISSN: 1935-1232 (P)

ISSN: 1941-2010 (E)



Neurological Manifestation That Associated with Covid-19 infected Person in Al Muthanna Province
Author(s): Mnaather Asaad Adil*, Shaker Sarah Noaman and Maitham Abed Shawwat

Overview: Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), a worldwide pandemic caused by the SARS-CoV-2 infection, has been linked to both acute and chronic nervous system diseases. People with COVID-19 can have a wide range of acute neurological disorders, including anosmia, CVA, seizures, and Guillain-Barre syndrome. Although they are commonly mentioned, chronic neurological sequelae, pain, dysautonomia, exercise intolerance, neurocognitive and mental dysfunctions are less well understood.

Objectives: To evaluate neurological manifestation in covid -19 patients attending AL-Hussein teaching hospital

Methodology: This study was carried out at the Al-Hussain Teaching Hospital's isolation unit using a descriptive design between (15th of April 2021, to the 5th of May 2022). The 134 patients who had the corona virus infection were chosen using a non-probability (purposive) sampling method. The researcher utilized a knowledge form with 20 questions on it to assess the neurological impact on coronavirus patients. By distributing the questionnaire to (18) experts, its validity was confirmed. The test-retest strategy was used to evaluate the questionnaire's reliability.

Results: Study result was to determine the clinical manifestation of the neurological system as impact of covid 19 infected patients. The results show that most of study sample that infected with corona virus suffering from severe headache, insomnia and vertigo later as a side effect of covid19 infection. Conclusion: Covid-19 affect nervous system like respiratory system and left patients suffer from neurological manifestation after complete recovery like anosmia or parosmia or mental disturbance.