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Post Covid follow up
My father had covid during the peak time. On 12th April, he was tested positive. He was hospitalized as he had developed pneumonia,  the oxygen level was 91 and Lungs CT score was 12/24. Oxygen was given for a few days (2 to 3 hours per day) to keep the level.  Heart Rate was normal too. No history of BP/ sugar/ hypertension. Please suggest what all follow up check up should he undergo to check the normal body functions.
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Chest xray, Complete pulmonary function test, 6 minute walk test are required to be done & based on their report, he might require Antifibrotic drugs.
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If he is normal,no need to any tests..
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Pl do Lung function tests, chest xray, basic blood work up, lft, kidney function tests, etc.to know the present condition.
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Hi. I understand your concern. Do a online consult for a detailed analysis of your symptoms and to suggest you further management plan and treatment prescription for the same
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