Lung damage and blood clots – Covid-19

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Lung damage and blood clots – Covid-19: As the number of Covid-19 infections continues in India, doctors are increasingly reporting new cases related to Covid-19. These cases include lung and lung injuries, also known as lung and lung fibrosis, and the pulmonary artery – pulmonary thromboembolism, or PTE, which occurs in people recovering from the most severe cases of the disease.

Pulmonologists doctors around the world have been warning about these conditions for the past few weeks as people recovering from Covid-19 return to hospitals with lung problems due to lung and lung injuries. Pulmonologists experts say people with severe coronavirus symptoms may have lung problems for a few years after recovery. Damage caused by the virus can lead to lung and lung damage, which can have a long-term impact on the quality of life.

Lung damage and blood clots – Covid-19

Support for home oxygenation is needed even after the release and recovery of lung fibrosis. In some cases, the patient’s heart health may be affected – resulting in ‘core pulmonary’ or failure of the right ventricle of the heart, which is a known complication of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Covid-19 initially attacks the lungs, filling the airways with fluid and reducing their ability to absorb oxygen, leading to symptoms such as shortness of breath and coughing.
Ways to treat these conditions include the administration of anticoagulants and fibrotic drugs and if necessary, medications such as home oxygenation. Anticoagulants often help prevent blood clots or dilatation, while anti-fibrotic reduce the risk of respiratory failure.

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