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Tuesday, 25 May 2021

What is Black Fungus? Coming in this Age? What kind of patients? Watch this video for full details – our health





The most frightening thing for most people is black fungus. To whom does it come, and to what kind of corona patient? It comes to those of any age. Will recovery from Corona come to everyone though. There is no other way but to die if the fungus comes or any medicines should be used which drugs are effective. Let us now know the details about Black Fungus. It is medically known as AROCM. Rhino orbido cerebral mucosal mycosis. It is a fungus that acts on the nose, eyes and brain and destroys it.

This is especially true in patients with low levels of diabetes immunity, in patients on a ventilator, in those who are exposed to oxygen, in those whose iron levels are high, in those who take high levels of steroids, and especially in patients who are prone to fungal infections. It reaches the brain through blood vessels. Mycosis is a terrible fungus that destroys organs from nose to eye and from eye to brain.

How to find out where this fungus came from. A kind of bad odor comes from the face of those who get the fungus. If the nose is congested, the eye is red, there is pain around the eye, and it is swollen under the eye, then diabetic patients should definitely suspect that it is a black fungus. It is important to see a doctor right away. If it is a black fungus it grows very quickly and reaches the brain. It is advisable to take medication before doing so.

Be very careful even in the hospital. It can be transmitted from one person to another. Precautions should be taken to prevent the spread of these diseases. Medications should be used only with the advice of a doctor immediately in case of a mistake. People with diabetes, especially those in the ICU, who are dependent on oxygen, must be very careful. It is important to see a doctor as soon as possible to save lives as drugs for black fungus are not widely available at the moment.



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