The “mysterious effect” of the Coronavirus baffles the doctors … silently killing them

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Corona patients They have low levels of The oxygen Enough to cause unconsciousness or even death, questions have not been opened about how the virus attacks the lungs, and whether there could be more effective methods for treating these patients.

It raises this phenomenon, which some know as "Lack of oxygen" Doctors puzzled Kun Corona sufferer They do not initially show symptoms of an hypoxia effect compared to other conditions, as this condition may kill many people.

The medical rules indicate that a healthy person has at least 95 percent oxygen saturation, and if the oxygen drop to 75 percent, patients lose awareness, as the heart, brain, and other vital organs are at risk, but in a number of Corona cases the oxygen percentage is in the range of 50 percent, According to doctors, this phenomenon has confused them and may kill many patients if there is no rapid intervention.

Jonathan Banard Smith, consultant critical care and anesthesiology at Manchester Royal Hospital: "It is interesting to see how many people are hypoxic".

He added "We see oxygen saturation very low and don’t realize it. We usually do not see this phenomenon in influenza or pneumonia. It is much deeper".

For his part, the anesthesiologist explained in Uhud Manchester HospitalsMike Charlesworth, other pneumonia cases usually seem very sick due to lack of oxygen, but in the case of Corona patients, the situation is strangely different.".

He added "With pneumonia or pulmonary embolism they will not sit in bed talking to you. We just don’t understand that. We do not know if it causes organ damage and we cannot detect it".

Charlesworth had a personal experience of the condition, while suffering from "Covid-19" In March, according to the British newspaper.

After his condition became bad with coughing and fever, he spent 48 hours in bed, as there were signs that he was hypoxic, he said.

He went on "I was sending very strange messages on my phone. I felt completely delirious. Looking back, I should have gone to the hospital. I am sure that the oxygen levels were low. My wife said that my lips were very dark. But I probably had hypoxia and my brain may not be working very well".

Mike recovered after a few days in bed, but he and others realize that not all cases have positive results, according to"The Guardian".

The British newspaper stated that swelling and inflammation in the lungs may make it difficult for oxygen to enter the bloodstream, and there is also emerging evidence that "Covid-19" It can cause blood clotting.

Some have suggested that since people are often unaware of low oxygen levels, those with symptoms of the Corona virus should be given a pulse meter, a simple device that is attached to the finger and can be used to detect oxygen levels.

However, there is as yet no evidence that early detection of hypoxia will help avoid severe results.

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The British newspaper “The Guardian” reported that some of Corona’s patients have low enough oxygen levels to cause loss of consciousness or even death, which has opened the door to questions about how the virus attacks the lungs, and whether there could be more effective ways to treat these patients.

This phenomenon, known to some as “hypoxia”, puzzles doctors that people with corona do not initially show symptoms of hypoxia in comparison to other cases, as this condition may cause the elimination of many patients.

The medical rules indicate that a healthy person has at least 95 percent oxygen saturation, and if the oxygen drop to 75 percent, patients lose awareness, as the heart, brain, and other vital organs are at risk, but in a number of Corona cases the oxygen percentage is in the range of 50 percent, According to doctors, this phenomenon has confused them and may kill many patients if there is no rapid intervention.

“It is interesting to see how many people suffer from a lack of oxygen,” says Jonathan Banard Smith, consultant critical care and anesthesiology at Manchester Royal Hospital, Jonathan Banard Smith.

“We see oxygen saturation very low and they don’t realize it. Usually we don’t see this phenomenon in influenza or pneumonia. It is much deeper.”

For his part, an anesthesiologist at a Manchester hospital, Mike Charlesworth, explained that other pneumonia cases usually appear very sick due to a lack of oxygen, but in the case of Corona patients, the situation is strangely different.

“With pneumonia or pulmonary embolism they will not be sitting in bed talking to you. We just don’t understand that. We don’t know if it causes organ damage and we can’t detect it.”

Charlesworth had a personal experience of the condition, while suffering from “Covid-19” in March, according to the British newspaper.

After his condition became bad with coughing and fever, he spent 48 hours in bed, as there were signs that he was hypoxic, he said.

“I was sending very strange messages on my phone. I felt completely delirious. Looking back, I should have gone to the hospital. I am sure the oxygen levels were low. My wife said that my lips were very dark. But I was probably deficient The oxygen and my brain may not be working very well. “

Mike recovered after a few days in bed, but he and others realize that not all cases have positive results, according to the Guardian.

The British newspaper reported that it is possible that swelling and inflammation in the lungs may make it difficult for oxygen to enter the bloodstream, and there is also emerging evidence that “Covid-19” can cause blood clotting.

Some have suggested that since people are often unaware of low oxygen levels, those with symptoms of the Corona virus should be given a pulse meter, a simple device that is attached to the finger and can be used to detect oxygen levels.

However, there is as yet no evidence that early detection of hypoxia will help avoid severe results.







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