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Post-COVID syndrome: Heart and lungs



Now that we’re a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re beginning to have an understanding of the lasting long-term effects the disease has. Prolonged symptoms have colloquially been called long COVID, and those who are experiencing these symptoms are colloquially called long haulers. Long COVID may also be referred to as long-term COVID, chronic COVID, or post COVID syndrome, as no official term has been established yet.

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8 comments on “Post-COVID syndrome: Heart and lungs

  1. They're dying from oxygen poisoning aka oxygen toxicity. Covid patients can breathe on their own despite being hypoxic. But when exposed to supplemental oxygen for prolonged periods of time, the excess oxygen will scar the lungs and cause fluid buildup. The doctors will then say it was the virus that destroyed the lungs. No, oxygen poisoning and ventilators induces lung damage and pneumonia.

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