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There are still many complaints and sequelae of COVID-19survivors, both shortly after being cured up to 6 months later. The purpose of this literature study to provide an overview of health conditions, sequelae and predictor factors associated with these conditions experienced by COVID-19survivors. This literature review used three databases, namely Scopus, Proquest and Science Direct which found more than 15 thousand articles and were filtered according to study criteria, namely full text articles from scientific research published between 2020-2021 with health variables in COVID-19survivors tofind 17 reviewed articles. This study explainedan overview of health conditions in terms of physical, mental and social. The sequelae found included anxiety (10.4-42%), depression (1.3-31%), PTSD (11-35%), fatigue (25.3-87%), cognitive deficits (2,6-23%), shortness of breath (2.6-71%), impaired mobility (18-30%), problems indaily living activities (2-36.8%), insomnia (23.2-40%) and memory impairment (6.1-28.9%). In addition to having a negative impact, positive impacts were also reported, such as a change in lifestyle towards a healthier direction and an increase in family meaning. While the description of the predictor factors for finding sequelae of COVID-19infection are the characteristics of the COVID-19virus, the speed of information flow, physical distance restrictions, the impact of economic factors, regret, and stigmatization.
Original languageEnglish
JournalJurnal Ilmu Keperawatan Jiwa
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 8 Sept 2021


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