The list of long-term and long-term harms of the coronavirus is long, and recently a woman’s condition has troubled experts.
The 86-year-old Italian woman had recently recovered from the coronavirus, but the virus caused her to develop gangrene, in which the blood supply to 3 fingers of her hand was stopped after which the doctors cut off these fingers.
According to doctors, the coronavirus severely damaged his blood vessels, resulting in gangrene. They say it is the worst medical damage caused by the coronavirus.
The woman had recently contracted the coronavirus and showed no common symptoms, including fever or cough. However, doctors found that her body’s circulatory system had slowed down, leading to blood clots. So they were given blood thinners.
Shortly after her recovery, three fingers of the woman’s right hand began to turn black. When she went to the doctors, she found that the blood vessels in her hand had become clotted due to the tiny veins that carry blood to those fingers Blood supply was cut off.
Doctors had to amputate all three fingers of the woman. Later, doctors examined the dead tissues of the amputated fingers and found a blockage in the blood vessels.
This is not the first time that coronavirus patients have been diagnosed with blood clots. In February last year, a 54-year-old American man suffered from the same ailment after two fingers were cut off.
The coronavirus severely damaged the person’s muscles and tissues.
Experts have previously warned that the coronavirus can block blood vessels and cause blood clots, this may be due to the fact that the virus causes the immune system to overreact, which can damage the body’s healthy tissues.
In addition, blood can leak from the blood vessels, which can lead to a drop in blood pressure.
According to a study conducted in London in May 2020, 30% of coronavirus patients developed blood clots that were immediately controlled with medication. The experts say the blood clots rate is on the rise in coronavirus patients.