If a patient is asymptomatic covid 19 Is he out of danger?

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No he can flareup or blown out any time as cytokine storm happens I will site one example of my cases where husband was positive and was treated at home quarantine wife was negative and asymptomatic but some time after 4to5 days she presented symptoms and suspected for covid and treated self quarantine but on4th day of treatment she had cytokine storm and landed in ARDS and was put under ICU treatment And just recovered Both partners are hypertensive And wife has hypothyroidism as well.

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No, asymptomatic covid19 patient can be symptomatic and can transmit the disease

NOT. AT. ALL..... EMERGENCY DEPENDS. UPON ...... PREDISPOSING FACTORS..

NEED'S .. TO BE WATCHFUL.. WITH..FURTHER EVALUATIONS..

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Asymptomatic COVID positive patients , may be come symptomatic at any time. Especially patients with comorbidities are at risk. So, asymptomatic patients with comorbidities should be investigated with CT scan chest and estimation of proinflamnatory markers . Comorbidities especially DM should be controlled.

Symptomatic or Asymptomatic...Both are Vividh positives... Pneumonitis... Thrombocytopenia...And Cytosine Strom possibilities are equal in both. Treatment and social prevention protocols must be followed.

Asymptomatic Do ddimer il6 normal Hrct 12 day observation Oxygen 6 minutes walking test if drop by5 point or spo2 less then93 admit Factual he is carrior 2 week qurantine

This depends how much day covid positive report comes if 7 to 10 days passed then he will be out of danger. He should isolate up to 14 days minimum

No one is out of danger.....we should watch for the symptoms... really it's unpredictable virus .....

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