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US News Coronavirus in India: Explosion of cases of "black mushroom" among the patients of COVID-19

19:25  22 july  2021
19:25  22 july  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

what is known from the "black mushroom", this disease-related disease that explodes in India

 what is known from the © Gagan Nayar / AFP a doctor examines a patient with black mushroom symptoms, a fatal fungal infection in a Bhopal Ophthalmological Hospital May 29, 2021. No less than 45,000 cases of black mushroom disease have been recorded in India in the last two months. This infection that can reach the nose, sinuses, eyes, lungs or brain has largely developed in the healed people of COVID-19. This is a real sanitary catastrophe currently taking place in India .

The mucormycosis, rare disease but whose mortality rate exceeds 50%, may require the ablation of the eyes, nose or the nose or the Joor

Un test PCR réalisé par une infirmière à Jammu & Kashmir, en Inde, le 22 mai 2021 (Illustration) © INA Photo Agency // Sipa A PCR test by a nurse in Jammu & Kashmir, India, May 22, 2021 (Illustration) disease - mucormycosis, rare disease but whose mortality rate exceeds 50%, may require the ablation of the eyes, nose or jaw

the India recorded in the last two months more than 45,000 cases of " black mushroom ", an Fungal infection that spreads among the patients who have been reached Covid-19 . More than 4,200 people died of mucormycosis, a rare disease usually, but widespread in India among the patients of COVID-19 after their recovery, said Tuesday before Parliament the Deputy Minister of Health Bharati Pavin Pawar.

Germany: deadly explosion on a waste treatment site

 Germany: deadly explosion on a waste treatment site © AFP U n Death, three missing, thirty-one wounded including three serious: the explosion occurred on Tuesday in Leverkusen, in the west of the Germany , on a waste treatment site, has shaken this fief of the chemical industry where the population has caulked for fear of harmful vapors. A huge plume of black smoke, visible from afar, has cleared all day from the sinister area, a waste storage center and an incinerator, near an industrial park specializing in chemistry.

This very aggressive fungal disease, whose mortality rate exceeds 50%, forced the surgeons to proceed with the ablation of the eyes, nose and jaw of some patients to prevent the infection reaches the brain. According to the government, the state of Maharashtra (West) is the most struck with 9,348 cases.

The steroids to treat the patients of the CVIV-19 questioned

India only 20 cases of mucormycosis a year before the pandemic of coronavirus this disease affecting in particular immunocompromised persons, presenting a sugar level in the Blood too high, with AIDS or having undergone organ transplants. The experts attributed the dramatic rise in cases of mucormycosis to an excessive use of steroids to treat the patients of COVID-19.

Explosion in Germany. The first toxicological analyzes are reassuring

 Explosion in Germany. The first toxicological analyzes are reassuring © Sascha Steinbach / EPA / Maxppp An explosion occurred on July 27, 2021 in Leverkusen, Germany. Tuesday, July 27, 2021, an explosion occurred in a waste treatment plant in Germany. While the population is invited to take precautions, the first toxicological analyzes are reassuring.

In May, the Indian government declared the state of epidemic for mucormycosis at the moment when the number of cases started to explode. Government figures show that the number of infections has been peak in May and June before decreasing significantly. Social networks were then flooded with desperate calls for treatment for treating this disease. The Hindustan Times newspaper reported on Monday an increase in cases among children in the State of Rajasthan (North).

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