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What does recovery from COVID-19 look like? I asked Dr. Kenneth Lyn-Kew, an associate professor of pulmonology and critical care medicine at National Jewish Health. What does recovery from COVID-19 look like?

I asked Dr. Kenneth Lyn-Kew, an associate professor of pulmonology and critical care medicine at National Jewish Health in Denver, named the No.1 respiratory hospital in the nation last year by U.S. News & World Report. What does recovery from COVID-19 look like? I asked Dr.

Kenneth Lyn-Kew, an associate professor of pulmonology and critical care medicine at National Jewish Health in Denver, named the No.1 respiratory hospital in the nation last year by U.S. News & World Report. Our conversation has been edited for length and clarity. Analysis.

What Does Recovery From COVID-19 Look Like? It Depends. A Pulmonologist Explains. By Kaiser Health News | April 09, 2020. What does recovery from COVID-19 look like?

I asked Dr. Kenneth Lyn-Kew, an associate professor of pulmonology and critical care medicine at National Jewish Health in Denver, named the No.1 respiratory hospital in the nation last year by U.S. News & World Report. Our conversation has been edited for length and clarity. What does recovery from COVID-19 look like?

It depends. A pulmonologist explains. recovery from serious illness caused by the coronavirus have been trickling in from around the world. What does recovery from COVID-19 look like? I asked Dr.

Kenneth Lyn-Kew, an associate professor of pulmonology and critical care medicine at National Jewish Health. According to a report from Britain out last week, of 775 patients with COVID-19 admitted to critical care, 79 died, 86 survived and were discharged to another location, and 609 were still being. What Recovery From COVID-19 Looks Like Outcomes vary greatly depending on age and other factors, a pulmonologist explains By Judith Graham, Kaiser Health News on April 11, 2020. Recovery After Severe Illness With COVID-19 A small percentage of people who have the new coronavirus need to stay in the hospital to get help breathing.

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∎ X-ray chest PA and lateral views especially at the end of inspiration and expiration (Fig. 7): They show radio­opaque FB, lobar or segmental pneumonia, atelectasis and obstructive emphysema, and bronchiectasis and provide indirect evidence of radiolucent FB.

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If sufficient collagen is deposited, the patient may enter a fibrotic phase with parenchymal fibrosis, though in many patients much of the lung abnormality resolves with little or no residual histopathological or functional abnormality.54

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  • If we find that patients can get reinfected with COVID-19, do you suspect that a previous infection would affect the patient’s “reserve” and complicate the course of recovery?

  • we need to boost our immune system people, with an alkaline diet, Sea Moss, lots of vegetables, fruits, once a month meat and lots of fish wild caught and my number one product that healed me from Cancer and possible MS, Immunotec all the way @t

  • Drink hot staff ginger,lemon garlic. Don’t scared. You gone be fine. It just a virus human made virus.try to get up and exercise we hope you all will be fine. Thank you for sharing ����������☕

  • Why is no one addressing bill gates and the United states government they are the ones who created the virus they have a patent on the virus they need to be sued every fad or fashion starts in new York and California first how does a virus know to start off heavy in new York and California first wakeup America and think for yourselves there has been a crime committed on humanity there has been mass murder brought on the American people

  • Got swabbed on July 2nd then got called on July 6th to confirm that I was tested positive for The Virus. Lost sense of smell and taste along with fatigue. It varies from person to person so i pray for all of you that are going through this. Just stay home and rest. Follow instructions and you should be out the woods in no time

  • Lung issues are harder to treat than common colds etc!!
    When u can’t breath u have a serious problem!!
    They have said the lungs crystallize in some patients (painful to breath!?)!
    I’m a dialysis patient & an older patient was running a fever 2 weeks ago! Next few days in a wheelchair & driven to treatment (used to drive & walk in!)!
    I jus found out today they passed!
    Now I’m wondering did they have COVID19!!
    Some people are hiding cause of death & some are accusing others of blaming on corona!

    Regardless this is something to be concerned about!
    U may b young but u need to protect your parents/elderly by using the necessary precautions!

  • What if my temp has been normal for 4 days but ive still got chest pain and a cough. So im feeling more well but then having the chest pain and cough makes me feel slightly breathless

  • I had a real mild case! Only symptoms were fatigue, headache, dry cough and low grade fever. My symptoms lasted total of 3 days. The only thing that lingered was the cough. Lasted for about 7 days, but it was dry with no congestion. By day 10 I was already symptom free. I stayed in isolation for the remainder 4 days. So completed my 14 day isolation. I got re tested on day 19 and just got my results today and tested Negative. Thank God the virus left my body. The most important thing is staying in Isolation from time your first symptom hits to stop the spread. I drank 1/2 gallon water a day. Took a ton of probiotics ate my three meals a day, I limited sugar intake and ate vegetables with all my meals.

  • NEED a miracle for my girls!!! Me and my 2 daughters will be required to leave our apartment in 3 days if i cant come up with $240 its the governments fault my children and i have no way to pay the rest of our rent. The moratorium doesn’t take affect yet and my job is closed indefinitely due to covid. I created a cashapp to try and raise donations to save our apartment before its too late. Need a miracle at this point kinda praying 240 people will send us $1. Any donation would help my girls and i. God bless everyone in these difficult times. Any donation Please send to our Cashapp its $Bam0316

  • Dr.Oz my breathing changed around Mar 13, chest feels tighter lungs feel weird not hard to take a breathe but ive went twice to get tested and ive been denied but offered a xray, should i go back and request a test again

  • You’re not supposed to be on a ventilator if you’re breathing you walk around okay and you positive you’re not supposed to be on a ventilator sound like to me they killing people with that machine

  • why would you want to get tested? the test kit give 85% false results and some of them are found to be contaminated with the virus. you have much better chance to survive by not testing.

  • My friends Dad had flu symptoms and they put him on a corona ward and he tested negative!! A week later he showed corona symptoms…went back to hospital & tested positive for corona. They told his daughter not to allow him to have a DNR because they needed the ventilators for other people. He sadly passed away.
    If the hospital had not of put him on the ward in the first place….he might still be here:(

  • Thought I’d weigh in, since I work in healthcare.

    I agree, it’s super weird that they’re sending COVID patients with shortness of breath home. They sometimes even discharge them while they’re on oxygen, and call and check up on them in a couple of days.They do it for logistical reasons, such as minimizing COVID exposure to staff, preserving PPE and saving bed space for sicker COVID patients.

  • What a coincidence that two gay guys have a BOY. Don’t come at me I ain’t homophobic BUT I def don’t like two men having a little boy after I saw that two men who had a son were trying to sell him for sex.

  • Here in America, many treat this as a hoax. I am so frustrated at the lack of seriousnessppl say, “Well, I didn’t get it”, as if that is all that matters. I am happy for your recovery.

  • Anyone having trouble sleeping or suffering from post viral fatigue after having Covid-19? Doctor thinks I might have had it. I haven’t slept properly for the last 2.5 months and I’m very low on energy. Anyone experienced something similar?

  • Covid-19 is certainly an odd one. I had it start of April. Typical but mild-moderate symptoms for a fortnight. BTW I never had raised temperature, I swabbed -ve at the time but later blood test was +ve for antibodies. Wasn’t too distressing in the initial “sick” stage but it took 10 weeks to shake off and the persisting symptoms were sudden, intermittent fatigue, and shortness of breath on exertion. Just as you felt you were getting better you got worse again. Felt like Covid was playing cat and mouse for weeks. Kept at the rehab though and pretty much back to baseline.

  • Thank god the lord gave you a second chance of life!!!I hope you feel better and eating nutritious food God bless you ��������������

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  • My husband got the virus
    He has pneumonia
    Probably me and my kids will develop it as well.
    Fk China, if I don’t die
    Will try not to buy anything made in China.
    Make it in America, so we don’t have to beg india for medicine.

  • No question that while vacationing in California (in all the busy touristy places) during early March, there were many infected people around us. But with peanut allergies and general cleanliness tendencies in the family, we escaped all of that. Got back home just when all the craziness started. Glad we were able to get in an early Spring Break (for us) vacation because it will be a while before we’ll be returning to any of those busy places without a vaccine.

  • Oh so sad…did he get sick while on a his Exotic Expensive Vacation…than have to go to the Hospital before coming back home to his Fancy House, Home Cooking and Fornicating? Prayers up!

  • Alhamdulillah he is alright
    And we should be thankful that such survivors are sharing their stories
    And giving us reality which is hope and not misery

  • Let’s see. They are lavaging the abdominal cavity after surgery with hypochlorous acid to reduce or eliminate the chance of a post op sepsis. So why can’t a bronchial lavage be considered to reduce inflammation in the lung?

  • The hospital has no business discharging a patient that tests positive with Corvid19, a fever,and pneumonia. They should be sued for negligence. The doctor that did not lose any covid patience in the two hospitals he was in charge of said,The hospitals are waiting too long before treating the patients.

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  • C is great, C is fine (as is all the anti oxidants) but PLEASE ALSO TAKE Zinc!! Zinc!! Zinc!! And also take something to help the zinc be absorbed into your cells! (HCQ, Quercetin, even tonic water can help and is better than nothing) Also take other things that fight inflamation and blood clots, such as statins & aspirin! If you have a more advanced infection talk to your doctor about ACE inhibitors, steroids. The point TODAY is there is a whole host of EFFECTIVE EARLY TREATMENT!!! If your doctor insists on sending you home with NOTHING then find a new doctor! The point is to prevent the cytokine storm from destroying your lungs, if you wait until you can’t breathe then you’ve waited too long and damage has already happened! Early treatment is WAY CHEAPER than being hospitalized! (My husband is a doctor, we NEED to inform the public! Death rates are DOWN! New research on TREATMENTS is available!)