Over the past few months, there have been a lot of cases of respiratory illness in India. It was felt that the cases were more severe in Mumbai due to its larger population and the mode of transport there. However, recent cases of respiratory infection in Mumbai have resulted in several coronaviruses being detected from the coronavirus India count.
The coronavirus is believed to be associated with the common cold but it has become resistant to common medications as this infection can also attack patients who are immuno-compromised. The most common symptoms of this coronavirus are shortness of breath, chest pain, cough, fever, headache, fatigue, rashes, stomach ache, cough and sore throat.
There are four different coronaviruses that are responsible for these respiratory infections in India. These viruses are currently believed to be indigenous to India. However, these patients can also contract them through other countries such as the Middle East.
If the disease progresses, it could result in serious complications. This includes lung damage, pneumonia, or even fatal respiratory failure. In order to prevent this from happening, it is important that all of the affected patients be treated right away.
One of the many different coronavirus cases detected in India is the Ebola virus. This particular strain of the virus has become difficult to treat in several hospitals in the country.
This disease is one of the main symptoms of the new outbreak of Ebola Virus Disease in West Africa. These patients seem to be immune to the disease so it has been difficult to find a treatment. In addition, this virus has a high fatality rate.
The European Respiratory Syndrome (ERS) is another suspected coronavirus cases. It is caused by the coronavirus S1 subtype. However, the ERS is only affecting the elderly people in these areas.
Although many people have acquired natural immunity from the immune systems of their elders, children have not been able to acquire this. This is why the ERS is becoming one of the leading causes of deaths in some regions.
There is still no cure for the coronavirus. However, some of the symptoms have a tendency to subside after the person has recovered.
In some cases, the patient stops breathing during the procedure and the condition worsens. This happens as a result of temporary weakness of the respiratory system.
This weakness can cause the patient to be in danger of choking and the respiratory tract will be blocked, which will lead to serious complications such as pneumonia. In cases where the patient stops breathing, cardiopulmonary resuscitation should be immediately administered.
In order to avoid complications, medical attention should be sought immediately. In case of cardiac arrest, the victim should be moved to the nearest hospital.
Chief Minister of Delhi tweeted on his twitter account
CONFIRMED POSITIVE CASES OF CORONAVIRUS IN INIDA (STATE WISE UPDATE)
|STATE||TOTAL NO. OF CASES|
|TOTAL NO. OF DEATHS IN INDIA||14|
NOTE: The details of the districts are being ascertained.
#Likely to change once distric of all known 718 cases are ascertained.
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