Volume 14 No 1 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education
Relationship Between Radiological and Sonographic Manifestations in Covid- 19 Patients with the Risk of Embolism
Sara Parviz,Khazar Ghasempour-Dabbaghi, Hooman Esfahani, Elham Mohammadzadeh, Elham Zarei
Keywords: Covid-19, Lung, CT scan, Asthma, Respiration.
This study investigated the effect of Covid-19 on the lung in disease conditions. Covid-19 can cause pulmonary complications such as pneumonia and, in more severe cases, acute respiratory distress syndrome, or ARDS. Sepsis is another possible complication of Covid-19 that can permanently damage the lungs and other organs. Most coronary patients have severe respiratory problems. This is because their lungs are full of fluid, which can be seen on CT scans of the coronary lung as white spots called opaque glass opacity. Patients with pneumonia also have these characteristics. For this reason, CT scans alone cannot help diagnose coronary heart disease. Asthma is a common and long-term lung disease that makes it difficult to breathe and leads to shortness of breath. Asthma, along with diabetes and heart disease, is one of the diseases that make a person more vulnerable to the virus. The American Asthma and Allergy Foundation also lists asthma as an acute medical condition that increases a person's risk of developing the virus. The World Health Organization also supports this theory.
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