Chhattisgarh: Hepatic hypoxia a major problem in corona patients, death without symptoms

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Coronavirus Chhattisgarh News: Akash Shukla. Raipur. New world. Many such corona patients are coming out in the state, in which the symptoms of corona are not seen, but they are dying within a week of getting infected. The problem of hepatic hypoxia is being seen in such patients, which are causing death without seeing symptoms.

Dr. Atul Jindal, Associate Professor and Medical Specialist, Department of Pediatrics at AIIMS Raipur, said that patients with hepatic hypoxia feel very less symptoms of corona. Due to damage to the organ which recognizes the amount of oxygen in the throat, the patient does not know and death occurs due to problems in other organs of the body including the heart.

This problem has been reported in several cases of corona deaths in the state. Due to a new type of problem, research is also going on. Dr. Jindal said that corona infection reaches the lungs directly after entering the body through nose, mouth and eyes. Infection, blood clots form around the place where oxygen and carbon dioxide are released into the lungs. The surrounding water fills. This causes pneumonia.

Body parts start becoming dormant

Dr. Jindal told that as the corona virus increases, the body's immune system begins to wane. It neutralizes other functional organs of the body, including the heart, kidneys, kidneys, brain, after the lungs. In this case, the patient reaches a critical stage and his chances of survival are greatly reduced.

231 killed so far

So far 231 people have died due to corona in the state. Of these 167 people also had various other diseases including TB, cancer, kidney, liver, breath, high blood pressure, diabetes. A total of 64 patients lost their lives due to corona. Medical experts believe that two to five per cent of the total deaths were due to Hepi Hypoxia. Dr. Jindal said that research is going on in many places including AIIMS.

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