Some patients in the Coronavirus wards across the UK have a startling phenomenon: patients who do not feel distressed and feel normal are in great danger. More and more patients have very low oxygen levels in the body, a medical condition that usually results in loss of consciousness and can even lead to death
The mystery that left the doctors stunned: Coronavirus patients who are well-defined and talk and appear to be not in distress, when actually measured with very low and dangerous blood oxygen levels. The phenomenon, known by some doctors as “happy hypoxia”, raises many questions about how the virus attacks the lungs and whether there can be more effective ways to treat such patients.
In a healthy person, blood oxygen levels were expected to be at least 95%, but doctors report Corona patients who participated in a study published on the British Guardian site, found with oxygen levels around 80-70, when drastic cases documented reached oxygen levels below -50%.
“Oxygen levels were so low that we thought there was a mistake in testing”
It is intriguing to see so many such cases, ”said Dr Jonathan Benard-Smith, a physician at Royal Manchester Hospital in the United Kingdom. We see very low oxygen when the patients themselves are not even aware of it. We would not normally see such a phenomenon in influenza or pneumonia. This is an example of the very non-normative physiology of this virus. ”
Conventional modern medicine believes that as the oxygen levels in the body go down – the heart, brain and other vital organs are at risk – and the impact can lead to multi-system failure. People will usually lose consciousness below 75% oxygen, but Covid-19 patients have been diagnosed with much lower gauges when talking and not feeling distressed.
An anesthesiologist at a London hospital, recalls one patient who went to the ER claiming she felt lying to her. “When we first checked my metrics, we found that the percentage of oxygen in her body had dropped to 30 percent,” he said. “We were sure it was a mistake, because usually such patients suffer from cardiac arrest or other heart failure. But when a blood sample was taken, her blood was very dark and a week after she was with the respirator she died of the disease.” “Unfortunately, their results tend to be bad from my experience.”
Conventional modern medicine believes that as the oxygen levels in the body go down – the heart, brain and other vital organs are at risk – and the impact can lead to multi-system failure. People will usually lose consciousness below 75% oxygen, but Coronavirus patients have been diagnosed with much lower gauges when talking and not feeling distressed.