Corona virus is still wreaking havoc in different parts of the world. The virus has invaded the world with different types. Researchers have revealed which type of it has affected humans the most.
In this regard, Delta, the second and deadliest wave of Corona in India, has so far proved to be more contagious and now experts want to know whether it is even more dangerous or not.
Symptoms such as gangrene due to hearing loss, severe gastrointestinal problems and blood clots in a person infected with the virus are not common in patients with Covid 19 but doctors from India have listed the above symptoms with this new type. Are attached.
Preliminary evidence in the UK and Scotland suggests that this new type also increases the risk of hospitalization. Delta, formerly known as B1.617.2, has reached more than 60 countries in the last six months and has led to travel bans following a rise in cases in several countries.
As a result, the UK began reviewing plans to end the lockdown in the last decade of June, while 95% of local cases in Singapore are now the result of delta.
With the rapid spread of this new strain and the potential reduction in the effectiveness of vaccines, it is now important to understand its effects.
According to Abdul Ghaffar, an epidemiologist at the Apollo Hospital in Chennai, we need more scientific research to see if serious medical symptoms have anything to do with it. “We now have more cholera patients suffering from cholera than in the initial wave,” he said.
“Last year we thought we knew a lot about our new enemy, but now that idea has changed, the virus has become much more unpredictable,” he said.
According to 6 doctors treating patients across India, stomach ache, vomiting, nausea, loss of appetite, hearing loss and joint pain are some of the problems faced by covid patients.
According to a study released last month by the University of New South Wales in Australia, the types of beta and gamma found in South Africa and Brazil have almost no evidence of unusual medical symptoms.
According to a Mumbai-based medical expert, small clots or blood clots were also discovered in some of the patients, the severity of which was so severe that the affected parts died and they suffered gangrene, 2 had to have their fingers or toes amputated.
“Last year there were a total of 3 to 4 such cases throughout the year, but now we are seeing one such patient every week,” he said.
In India, 18.6 million new cases have been reported in 2021, up from just over 10 million last year. According to a recent study by an Indian government panel, the Delta species is the main cause, which is 50% more contagious than the Alpha species discovered in the UK.
The dramatic increase in the number of cases has led to an increase in the rate of colic complications, with experts still confused by blood clots in different age groups that have no history in the past.
“We suspect that this is due to a new strain of the virus and they are collecting data on why some people get clots and others don’t,” he said.
Doctors have also seen clots in the arteries that carry blood to the intestines, resulting in gastrointestinal upset or is currently the only symptom.
Hettel Marfita, a nose, ear and throat surgeon at King Edward Memorial Hospital in Mamai, said Coved’s patients had a sense of hearing.
Deprivation, swelling around the neck and tonsils have also led to seeking medical help. Each person showed different symptoms during the second wave, he said.
Dr. Abdul Ghaffar, an expert at Apopo Hospital, said he had seen the symptoms of Covid 19 in the entire family of several patients, while individual cases were more prevalent last year, indicating an increase in the spread of delta inside homes.
There has also been an increase in cases of blog fungus in India, which has so far been reported in 8,800 cases of cod 19 patients or their losers.
Although the number of cases in India is now declining, the new strain is now spreading to other places, including places where there were no cases last year, such as Taiwan, Singapore and Vietnam.
There is now evidence that Delta and at least one other species have gained some resistance to vaccine-derived antibodies, prompting companies to develop booster shots of existing vaccines or develop new ones. Have to do