Patients with coronavirus may experience disorientation in space

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Some patients may show disorientation in space due to the severe form of coronavirus infection. Scientists do not yet know exactly what it is, but some patients are already exhibiting such symptoms. This was reported by the Swedish news service Sveriges Radio on April 30.

Eric Forsberg, 36, told reporters how he could lower simple medical instructions, such as taking a tray of food when he was lying in an isolation ward in the infectious disease department of the hospital in Evel.

“I just didn’t care how I got that food tray. It ended up kicking him on the floor,” Eric said.

Disorientation in space can also occur with other viral infections, especially after connecting to a ventilator. However, health reports from Sweden now report that seriously ill patients are increasingly experiencing such complications.

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