Coronavirus (COVID-19) is available in six different forms, and each has its own group of symptoms.
According to Daily Mail, the Royal College of London have developed an application COVID Symptom Study to predict which patients will require hospitalization on the basis of their early symptoms.
The researchers examined whether manifest certain symptoms together. They used data collected from 1,600 patients with the coronavirus in Britain and the United States in the period from March to April.
It turned out that the three main symptoms are a continuous cough, fever and loss of smell, among other headaches, and diarrhea.
There are three “heavy” cluster: the first is fatigue, the second is confusion of consciousness, and the last problem with the abdomen and the breath.
The team found that patients are more likely to have these severe types COVID-19, if they were older or were overweight.
Scientists have developed a program to predict which cluster gets, the patient, and to assess the risk of hospitalization based on his age, gender, body mass index, and preexisting diseases.