Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : dermatological manifestation

Covid 19 and dermatological manifestations

Dr. Veerbhan Singh, Dr. Savita Arya, Dr. Anupama Shrivastva, Dr. Archana Paliwal

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 2, Pages 285-290

Background and Aim: Since the onset of the 2019-nCoV disease (COVID-19), many skin
manifestations have been reported in COVID-19 patients. This study aims to analysis of various skin
manifestations among patients with COVID-19.
Methods: An observational study was conducted in department of dermatology, Bharatpur Medical
College & Hospital, Bharatpur.
Results: Among Covid positive patients 47% had maculopapular eruptions, 19%, 19% each had
urticarial and pseudo chilblains, 9% had pedicular eruptions and only 6% had necrotic lesions and they
present within 1-4 week. There is a significant association between gender and skin lesions, co morbidity
and skin lesions.
Conclusion: Infection with 2019-nCoV may lead to skin manifestations with various clinical symptoms.
These clinical features combined with clinical symptoms of COVID-19 may aid in the timely diagnosis
of patients with COVID-19.