Updating about the coronavirus situation, Nodal Officer of Indore, Amit Malakar informed that a total of 52 positive cases have been found at MP High Court. "322 samples (from Indore Bench of MP High Court) were tested from 23 to 27 Nov; out of these, 52 tested positive. Positivity rate is around 16%. These cases have been home isolated. Most of these cases are of staffers who work at the High Court."
Masks have become an essential part of lives since COVID outbreak. As wedding season is here, 'Ladke Wale' and 'Ladki Wale' masks are grabbing attention. Besides protection, masks have become style statement for many. A high demand of such masks is being witnessed in Surat.
Ninety-four per cent of the COVID-19 patients discharged to home health care, achieved statistically significant improvements in symptom burden and functional outcomes and 87 per cent had no adverse events, suggests a new study. The study was conducted by the researchers of the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing (Penn Nursing). The study, published in the Annals of Internal Medicine states no data has been available on the outcomes of COVID-19 patients discharged home after hospitalisation and their recovery needs. The survivors of COVID-19 are a vulnerable population who often have health ramifications from their illness and hospital stay. Upon returning home from acute care, large proportions of survivors experience functional dependencies, pain, dyspnea, and exhaustion. In the study rich data from more than 1,400, COVID-19 patients admitted to home health care after hospital discharge describes home visit care and recovery extent. The study indicates that increasing referrals to home health care has the potential to provide support and achieve improved recovery for these patients.