Dr. Frank Hamo PhD Biomedical Engineering's New Book 'Post COVID 19 Long Hauler Symptoms Diagnosis and Management Handbook' is released
TOLEDO, Ohio, September 12, 2022 (Newswire.com) - Fulton Books author Dr. Frank Hamo PhD Biomedical Engineering has completed his most recent book "Post COVID 19 Long Hauler Symptoms Diagnosis and Management Handbook: Physician and Patient Assistance Handbook to Distinguish Between Chronic Illness or COVID related Illness": a thoroughly researched examination of the potential long-lasting effects of the Covid-19 virus, its potential causes, and how doctors can better understand it.
"When [COVID-19] enters the human system and can invade any system with ACE2 receptor which exists in many healthy cells, the virus uses the receptor to enter healthy cells and replicates as results the cytokine storm triggered by the immune system to fight the virus can ravage human systems randomly and causes multisystem injury," explains Dr. Hamo.
"... This book is intended to assist physicians in identifying these symptoms as COVID-19-related illnesses or chronic illnesses and provide them with streamline recommendations of diagnosis and imaging."
Published by Fulton Books, Dr. Frank Hamo PhD Biomedical Engineering's book is a powerful tool for those in the medical field to understand a dangerous virus that still holds many unknowns. A highly detailed analysis of the various organ systems which COVID-19 can affect, Dr. Hamo leaves no stone unturned and presents this vital information aimed at spreading awareness to improve the current understanding of the ongoing pandemic.
Readers who wish to experience this informative work can purchase "Post COVID 19 Long Hauler Symptoms Diagnosis and Management Handbook: Physician and Patient Assistance Handbook to Distinguish Between Chronic Illness or COVID related Illness" online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books