Major damage in lungs due to corona, 11 percent patients have wounds in their lungs! revealed in the study



Millions of people worldwide have lost their lives due to the Corona epidemic.
The most effect of corona infection is on the lungs of the patients.

Health Study on Corona Patients: The Corona epidemic has wreaked havoc all over the world. In many countries, even now the cases of corona are still coming in large numbers. Millions of people have lost their lives due to Corona all over the world. The maximum effect of Kovid virus has been seen on the lungs of the patient, along with this, many types of symptoms were seen in the patients after coming under the grip of this virus. In a recent study in the US, it has been revealed that out of the patients suffering from corona, about 11 percent of the hospitalized patients had lung damage and wounds were found in them. According to the study, apart from being irreversible, they can also reach a worse condition with time.

Need for care even after discharge from hospital
This study done on Kovid-19 patients has been published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. Study says Covid patients with varying severity of disease and fibrotic lung damage, also known as interstitial lung disease, need more follow-up care after hospital discharge Is.

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What is interstitial lung disease
Interstitial lung disease includes a variety of diseases commonly known as lung lesions. There is also idiopathic lung fibrosis. Due to these wounds, patients feel difficulty in breathing and oxygen is taken from the bloodstream. The damage to the lungs caused by idiopathic lung fibrosis is irreversible and gets worse over time.

Margaret Turner, Warwick Center for Fibrosing Lung Disease and Advanced Research Fellow (Ryan Foundation) at the National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College London, and corresponding author Iain Stewart, say: Fibrotic patterning has been found in up to 11 percent of patients after recovery from the disease. Along with this, problems like shortness of breath and shortness of breath have been seen in patients for a long time.

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problems can last for a long time
Line Stewart, involved in this study, further says that ‘a big thing has come to light in this study that fibrotic abnormalities can be seen in the lungs of many of the patients who have been discharged from the hospital.’ Please tell that the patients involved in this study were discharged from the hospital in March 2021 and the data of the study related to them was collected till October 2021. Now the analysis of the next phase of the study has also started and its results can be found in the beginning of the year 2023.

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