World Journal of
Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences

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An International Peer Reviewed Journal for Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences
An Official Publication of Society for Advance Healthcare Research (Reg. No. : 01/01/01/31674/16)
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Dr. Md. Shafiur Rahman* and Dr. Md. Nazmul Hassan Refat


The study examines the post-recovery health challenges faced by healthcare professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic. The study involved 380 participants, including nurses, doctors, and medical technologists, from select tertiary-level hospitals. Nurses constituted the largest segment, accounting for 43.2% of the participants. The study highlighted the dedication of healthcare workers to infection control, demonstrating their history of service in COVID-19 wards and meticulous adherence to PPE protocols. Despite 67.4% of participants receiving COVID-19 vaccinations, nearly half of the respondents reported pre-existing medical conditions, underscoring the need for workplace policies prioritizing employee health and safety. The findings revealed that 65.3% of participants experienced shortness of breath or breathing difficulties, suggesting potential long-term health implications. Metabolic disorders were observed in 57.6% of participants, requiring personalized treatment and lifestyle adjustments. Changes in taste or smell were reported by 66.1%, posing potential dietary and nutritional challenges. Digestive issues were reported by 65.8%, emphasizing the need for medical evaluation and management. Muscle or joint pain was reported by 36.1%, requiring tailored pain management strategies and rehabilitation programs. The study's implications are significant for healthcare systems and policymakers, emphasizing the urgent need for continuous training and education for healthcare professionals, reinforcement of infection control measures, and promotion of preventive healthcare practices. Special attention to healthcare workers with pre-existing conditions and support for a spectrum of post-recovery symptoms is crucial for managing the aftermath of COVID-19 within the healthcare workforce.

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