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» doi: 10.48047/ecb/2023.12.12.223


Objective: Objective of the study was to identify the post Covid-19 health issues faced by the clients who suffered fromCovid-19, find out the association with selected demographic variable and to develop resource material. As we of knowpeople those who had mild versions of the disease continue to experience symptoms after their initial recovery. Thesepeoplesometimesdescribethemselvesas"longhaulers"andtheconditionshavebeencalledpost-COVID-19syndromeor "long COVID-19." These health issues are sometimes called post-COVID-19 conditions. Method: We conducted crosssectional, Descriptive Survey, under the VVP College of Nursing, Ahmednagar for 1 year to study clients who sufferedfrom Covid-19 and had symptoms beyond 4 weeks of diagnosis of Covid positive status. Non-probability purposivesampling technique was used to select the study samples. A pre validated tool was used consisting of checklist to evaluatepost covid health issues from selected samples.Results: Out of 100 selected samples majority (60%) were above 40 yearsof age. Male predominance was seen (66%) among the cases studied. 65 % needed hospitalization during Covid 19infection and among all 32% required readmission for further ailments. Majority samples received antivirals (31%)followed by antibiotics (21%). About 28% were having previous major illness before suffering from Covid 19 disease.Conclusion: Most of selected variables understudy were found significant with health issues faced by Covid 19 survivors.Survivors of the COVID-19 disease, particularly those who went through a severe acute phase, may endure sequelae thatarelinkedtocertainmorbidity. The resource material is prepared, which will help in educating the clients in the community.

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