How Coronavirus aka COVID19 Eliminates Some Individuals (But Not Others) – I’m a Lung Doctor (MEDICAL TRUTH).
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This infection, we understand, is primarily transferred by respiratory beads, and through contact, by entering into our mucosa, like our mouth, nose, and eyes. Although less common, it likewise can be sent through aerosol, implying air-borne. Most likely when you have people in an enclosed area, such as an elevator, and someone sneezes or coughs without covering their mouths, and somebody else can inhale it in.
This infection attaches to cells in our body by this ACE2 receptor. This ACE2 receptor is only located on specific cells in our body. It’s on our tongue, in our nose, back of the throat, and in our lungs. Specifically, within the lungs, it’s just located on our type II alveolar cells.
And of all the people who get COVID19, the mortality rate is around 1 to 2%. Why do some COVID-19 clients get ARDS, and why do some die?
1) The virus only acquires entry into our cells that reveal the ACE2 receptor. They lie in numerous websites. Being in the lung, they’re in your mouth, nose, throat, stomach, little intestinal tract, colon, skin, lymph nodes, thymus, bone marrow, spleen, liver, kidney, brain, and testes.
2) It makes sense that if the infection only enters your mouth or nose or throat, however not the lungs, that it would trigger only cold-like signs. But if the infection gets all the way down into the alveoli of your lungs, that’s what’s going to trigger ARDS. And by the way, the ACE2 receptors in your gut most likely explains why some clients get nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.
3) The amount of virus that you enter into your body likely determines how sick you get. This is what we call the viral load.
4) The inflammatory response that happens with COVID-19 is incredibly complicated with lots of various proteins and hormones and interleukins at play. There are numerous known genetic polymorphisms of these proteins that likely make some individuals more prone to getting even worse health problems than others. There are genetic polymorphisms for the ACE gene, as well as IL-6.
5) Due to the fact that the 5th reason relates to estrogen. Estrogen is understood to hinder the impacts of IL-6, which plays a huge role in this cytokine storm. This may describe why ladies overall have less extreme disease compared to men.
6) And the Sixth reason is since of people who are currently taking certain medications. Or people who take hydroxychloroquine for lupus or rheumatoid disease. Or people who take tocilizumab, an IL-6 receptor inhibitor.
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