Doctors from India warned that black fungus infection caused by covid-19 will increase infections, and if the infection gets worse, it may lead to blindness or amputation.
Mexico City (APRO). -Doctors at Sir Gangaram Hospital in India issued an alert warning that infections caused by black fungus (mucormycosis) caused by covid-19 have increased in some patients. If this condition worsens, it may lead to blindness or according to the “People The newspaper reported that some of the patient’s limbs were amputated.
This happens when patients have too much sugar or are out of control. According to the British newspaper The Independent, Dr. Atul Gogia reported that this fungal infection is known by the scientific name of mucormycosis and 50% of them survive.
Experts have been paying attention to these cases since 2020, when they registered 12 cases within 15 days.
?? Again, we have seen an increase in the number of dangerous infections caused by covid-19. Manish Munjal, an otolaryngologist at the hospital, said that last year, this infection led to a high mortality rate for blindness and amputation of the nose and jaw.
He said this infection can be seen in patients recovering from covid-19, but with complications such as diabetes, kidney failure, heart disease or cancer.
According to a statement from the Indian Hospital, the hospital reported 6 cases of mucormycosis within two days.
Sir Ganga Ram Hospital is the epicenter of the Indian pandemic. According to Johns Hopkins University (Johns Hopkins University), the disease has claimed the lives of 234,000,83 people and has more than 21 million 491 positive cases of covid-19. . The Ministry of Health reported 3,980 deaths within 24 hours.
To date, India has used more than 162.6 million symbiotic vaccines, which means that 12 out of every 100 people have received biological vaccines.
What is mucormycosis?
This is a rare infection that affects people with weakened immune systems or blood sugar problems, which can affect the brain, sinuses, and eyes. Symptoms can be confused with symptoms of coronavirus.
Patients infected with black fungus may experience swelling on one side of the face, headache, nasal congestion, dark spots on the top of the mouth or bridge of the nose, skin rashes and dark skin.