“Adhesive Mucus” … How Corona Kills His Victims?


I wrote names for Munawar on Friday, March 13, 2020 09:13 PM – The new Corona virus continues to spread around the world, killing more than 4,600 people and injuring at least 126,000 others.

It is known that the symptoms of the disease known as COVID-19 are similar to those caused by regular influenza viruses, but they are more severe, and the new virus has no cure yet.

As fears grow of more victims and other negative repercussions, many wonder about the way the virus is killing its victims?

Embossed glass tinters
X-ray and CT scans show that the lungs of the new coronavirus are filled with mucous substances that prevent them from breathing.

Doctors and researchers around the world have begun to develop a strong understanding of how the virus spreads and its effects on the body.

Sharing information from X-rays and CT scans worldwide, has helped provide more evidence that doctors can use to diagnose the people most affected.

A CT scan of COVID-19 patients revealed the so-called embossed glass opacities in the lungs, as they resembled opaque glass windows.

These opacities on the CT scan indicate the presence of pneumonia, that is, the airways of the lungs are filled with something other than air.

Tests of people who died from the virus in China revealed that these areas were filled with adhesive mucus that literally prevented the patient from breathing, because there was no room for air to enter.


This is exactly what appeared when examining x-rays of a woman in her early forties who had a fever and cough from the new coronavirus.

Supportive care
As mentioned, until now there is no cure for the disease. According to an article published in the journal Radiology Society of North America, the care of HIV patients with pneumonia should be “primarily supportive with appropriate precautions being taken to stop transmission from person to person,” in the hope that the body can overcome the virus itself.

This can happen in some cases even though many people who have some symptoms of the disease cannot be diagnosed by X-rays, during the first days of fever and cough.

Acute pneumonia cases are more likely to be diagnosed with this mechanism and are more likely to cause acute respiratory distress syndrome and death, eventually.

This may pose a dilemma, because people who have been infected with the virus are considered highly infected and early perhaps even before symptoms appear and self-isolated, according to a new study.

Research has shown that infections are enhanced by the high rates of virus multiplication and secretion, that is, it spreads to other parts of the person’s body, or the environment where he continues to transmit the infection to others.

The highest levels of the virus were found in the patients ’throat, in the early stages of infection, even before any illness was felt, which is the time they are most likely to walk, cough and spread the infection.

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