The Psychology of Patients Infected with COVID 19 in Tunisia during the Treatment Period

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The Psychology of Patients Infected with COVID 19 in Tunisia during the Treatment Period


JournalACTA SCIENTIFIC NEUROLOGY
Publication date – Apr – 2020
Authors – Kahna Mohamed
KeywordsPsychology; Anxiety; Infection; COVID 19
Open access – Yes
SpecialityOther
World region Northern Africa
Country: Tunisia
Language – English
Submitted to the One Surgery Index on May 13, 2020 at 7:55 am
Abstract:

The COVID-19 still causes anxiety and apprehension among many patients today, which can lead to a refusal of care or difficult
working conditions. It, therefore, appears prerequisite to set up conditioning and relaxation methods for patients and caregivers to
optimize care and working conditions. In this regard, we assess the psychological levels of patients in their forties to detect the factors in order to facilitate the treatment.

OSI Number – 20363

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