An Analysis of COVID-19 Related Heart Attack and Brain Stroke Detection using Artificial Intelligence

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Sankararao Majji, Om Prakash Singh, Santoshachandra Rao Karanam, Sushma Jaiswal, Praful Nandankar, Arun Singh Chouhan


In order to explain the secondary effects of COVID, the paper begins with the four mechanisms that which result in cardiovascular injuries and brain injuries following an infection of COVID-19. Specialists in cardiac hospital have received several enquiries from heart attack and brain stroke patients to ask whether, considering their heart condition, the latest COVID vaccines are effective. The use of AI and related technologies in health care, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, can be significantly slowed down by the constant increase in number of patients and fewer specialists available. 27 patients were scanned with Brain MRI, of which 12 (43%) had an abnormal result. There is also evidence of liver damage (26%) and bile bladder abnormality in the joint CT and ultrasound abdomen (82%). Recent COVID-19 scans of olfactory bulbs of patient’s shows that the cause of olfactory function loss is the interaction of the factory epithel between SARS-CoV2 and ACE2, which contributes to inflammatory blockage.

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