Found in the lungs of coronavirus patients who recovered after the research!
According to research by Chinese researchers, fluid or particle-filled sacs were found in the lungs of healing coronavirus (COVID-19) patients. In another recent study, scientists from Wuhan University Zhongnam Hospital analyzed lung scanning of 140 coronavirus patients. Accordingly, they found frosted glass-like structures in the lungs of each patient.
A study in China found fluid or particle-filled sacs in the lungs of healing coronavirus (COVID-19) patients. The screenings showed that these people had permanent organ damage.
According to the Worldometer website, where current data on new cases in countries with coronavirus have been compiled, the number of people recovering and recovering from coronavirus has been 959,299. According to the news in Deutsche Welle; It was stated that the disease was mild or moderate in patients who recovered, or those people received good treatment.
While the number of people recovering is comforting, there is little information on how these people are affected after the disease.
A FULL HEALING IS POSSIBLE?
Since the new coronavirus usually affects the lower respiratory tract, most of the infected show signs of dry cough, shortness of breath or pneumonia (pneumonia).
Research in Hong Kong revealed that healed coronavirus patients may have damage to their lungs.
A small study of 12 patients discharged from the hospital showed that two or three of the patients had decreased lung function. The researchers said it was too early to confirm long-term effects.
Dr. Princess Margaret Hospital Infectious Disease Center Medical Director in Hong Kong. “In some patients, lung function may decrease by about 20 to 30 percent after recovery,” said Owen Tsang Tak-yin.
ICE GLASS LIKE STRUCTURES DISCOVERED IN LUNGS
Computed tomography showed fluid or particle-filled sacs in the lungs; It was noted that this situation may gradually worsen as the disease develops.
Hong Kong’s findings confirmed Wuhan’s previous research in early February 2020. In a recent study, scientists from Wuhan University Zhongnam Hospital analyzed lung scanning of 140 coronavirus patients. Accordingly, they found frosted glass-like structures in the lungs of each patient.