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. 2021; 12(4): 829-839

ďA Survey Based On Oral Complications in Covid Recovered Patients: A Questionnaire Based Original Research StudyĒ

Dr.Bhupender Yadav, Dr. Kirti Singh, Dr. Pankaj Ritwal, Dr. RaviSagar Singh Shahi, Dr. Chahat Saini, Dr. SakshiRawal Yadav.

Background-The world face an unprecedented situation in Health services due to global COVID‚Äź19 outbreak.
COVID‚Äź19 therapies and multi‚Äźdrug treatment have some indirect complexities, COVID‚Äź19 disease aggravate
some oral complications, particularly those with autoimmune diseases, people with compromised immune
system or are on long‚Äźterm pharmacotherapy.
Methodology- A total of 432 Covid recovered patientswere selected from last 5 months.A questionnaire survey
and patient interview was done to determine the suitability of subjects for the study.
Results- Oral complications are seen in some of covid-19 recovered patients with compromised immune or
defence mechanism also in patients with long term multidrug therapies.
Conclusion- With proper and regular dental visits we can reduce the chances of getting oral complexities also
decrease the chances to getting it worst.

Key words: Covid 19, multidrug therapies, oral complications, Questionnaire,Survey

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