African Journal of Respiratory Medicine
The pulmonary health after the pandemic

Short Communication - (2022) Volume 17, Issue 6

*Correspondence: Tessa Reyes, Department of Respiratory Health, Medical University of Warsaw, Poland, Email:

Received: 07-Jun-2022, Manuscript No. ajrm-22- 69928; Editor assigned: 09-Jun-2022, Pre QC No. ajrm-22- 69928 (PQ); Reviewed: 23-Jun-2022, QC No. ajrm-22- 69928; Revised: 28-Jun-2022, Manuscript No. ajrm-22- 69928 (R); Published: 05-Jul-2022, DOI: 10.54931/1747-5597.22.17.30

1Department of Respiratory Health, Medical University of Warsaw, Poland


The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has previously contaminated more than 50 million individuals overall and brought about 1.2 million passings. While most of those contaminated won’t have long haul aspiratory sequelae, 5%-10% will create extreme COVID-19 pneumonia and intense respiratory pain condition (ARDS). The normal history of these seriously impacted patients is muddled as of now, yet utilizing our insight into firmly related Covid flare-ups like extreme intense respiratory trouble disorder (SARS) and center east respiratory condition (MERS), we would guess that the larger part will settle or work on after some time albeit a few patients will advance to cutting edge lung fibrosis or post-COVID interstitial lung illness (PC-ILD).


Post-COVID-19 condition includes different new, returning or continuous side effects that individuals experience over about a month in the wake of getting COVID-19. In certain individuals, post-COVID-19 disorder endures months or years or causes disability. Research recommends that between one month and one year in the wake of having COVID-19, 1 of every 5 individuals ages 18 to 64 has something like one ailment that may be because of COVID-19. Among individuals age 65 and more seasoned, 1 of every 4 has somewhere around one ailment that may be because of COVID-19.1

Essentially, a star grouping of different clinical side effects named post-intense COVID-19 disorder has been depicted in a minor extent of patients who recuperated from SARSCoV- 2 prompted COVID-19 in spite of biochemical proof that the replication of SARS CoV 2 quits existing following a month after the underlying contamination.2

Organ harm could assume a part. Individuals who had serious ailment with COVID-19 could encounter organ harm influencing the heart, kidneys, skin and mind. Aggravation and issues with the insusceptible framework can likewise occur. It isn’t clear the way that long these impacts could endure. The impacts likewise could prompt the improvement of new circumstances, for example, diabetes or a heart or sensory system condition.3,4


A terrible instance of COVID-19 can create scarring and other extremely durable issues in the lungs, yet even gentle contaminations can cause tenacious windedness getting gasping for air effectively after even light effort. Lung recuperation after COVID-19 is conceivable, yet takes time. Specialists say it can require a long time for an individual’s lung capability to get back to pre-COVID-19 levels. Breathing activities and respiratory treatment can help. Post-COVID-19 condition likewise has all the earmarks of being more normal in grown-ups than in youngsters and teenagers. Be that as it may, anybody who gets COVID-19 can make long haul impacts, incorporating individuals without any side effects or gentle disease with COVID-19.


The Authors are very thankful and honoured to publish this article in the respective Journal and are also very great full to the reviewers for their positive response to this article publication.

Conflict of Interest

We have no conflict of interests to disclose and the manuscript has been read and approved by all named authors.


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