Treatment of COVID-19 Complications at Home Conditions
AJTES Vol 5, No 1, January 2021
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Kuci, S., Ibrahimi, A., Bejko, E., Llazo, S., Goga, M., Likaj, E., Kacani, A., Collaku, A., & Dhimitri, D. (2021). Treatment of COVID-19 Complications at Home Conditions. Albanian Journal of Trauma and Emergency Surgery, 5(1), 823-828.


This paper reports the clinical characteristics, diagnosis, and treatment of myself after being infected with Covid-19. After comprehensive treatment including nasal cannula oxygen therapy, antiviral and anti-infection therapies, liquid volume management, glucocorticoids, analgesia and sedation, blood tests control, anticoagulation, and thrombus prevention, and electrolyte balance maintenance, after 24 days finally my health situation was good. The purpose of this case report is to provide a reference for the clinical diagnosis and treatment of myself, in-home condition in this critical situation.
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