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Amazing: The Difference Between The Lungs Of A Vaccinated Corona Patient And An Unvaccinated Patient - Walla! health

2021-08-04T12:13:37.161Z

People who contracted corona after being vaccinated may not be resistant to the disease, but certainly experience it much more easily than those who have not been vaccinated. This is what it looks like from the inside >>>



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Amazing: The difference between the lungs of a vaccinated corona patient and an unvaccinated patient

X-rays reveal that patients who contracted corona after being vaccinated may not be resistant to the disease, but certainly experience it much more easily than those who have not been vaccinated.

This is what it looks like from the inside

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Wednesday, 04 August 2021, 14:04 Updated: 14:56

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After a year and a half of corona, there are some things that are certain about the virus that has changed our lives from end to end - it harms health and the respiratory system, and the vaccines against it are effective.

Two X-rays of the lungs of a corona patient who has been vaccinated and infected, and of a corona patient who has not been vaccinated and infected (but what) show exactly how much the vaccine, although not disease-preventing, in most cases prevents serious illness and even death from the virus.



To see how the vaccine can help, the U.S. health system, SSM Health, provided two lung x-rays to local news site KSDK. Gassan Camel, director of medical intensive care at SLU Hospital in St. Louis, and who has treated thousands of corona patients since the epidemic spread in March 2020, examined the x-ray and explained that the white substance that appears healthy is a result of the virus - it could be bacteria, mucus or secretions.

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Looking at the X-ray of the unvaccinated patient, Dr. Camel said he most likely needed respiratory support. , And sometimes even more than just oxygen.

"They may need a respirator or a respirator, and actually support to live," said Dr. Camel.

On the other hand, the vaccinated patient's lungs - which look blacker than photographs - are full of air.

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X-rays of the lungs (Photo: screenshot, KSDK News YouTube)

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Most vaccinated people are protected against a serious illness

In recent weeks we have witnessed an increase in the number of vaccinated Corona vaccinated against the disease in light of the general increase in morbidity.

The reason for this is the weakening of the effect of the vaccine after about six months, so Israel began to carry out a third corona vaccine.

So true, the Pfizer vaccine from Pfizer may not prevent infection but it does prevent a serious illness, so most people who become infected show flu symptoms and pass the disease relatively easily unlike in the past.



Corona virus sometimes causes complications such as pneumonia, which occurs when the lungs fill with fluid and become inflamed.

When they are filled with fluid, they are unable to absorb a large amount of oxygen, leading to symptoms such as coughing and shortness of breath.

Studies have also found damage to the epithelial cells, which cause the passage from the nose to the lungs, of corona patients.

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