How Coronavirus Kills: Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) & COVID-19 Treatment

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How Coronavirus Kills: Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) & COVID-19 Treatment 5
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This video illustrates how viruses such as the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 can cause pneumonia or widespread lung inflammation resulting in ARDS.
Includes evidenced-based ARDS treatment breakthrough strategies: Low tidal volume ventilation, paralysis, and prone positioning.


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Speaker: Roger Seheult, MD
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Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Disease, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine.

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💬 Comments on the video
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You can’t be an actual doctor due to your outstanding penmanship

Author — Jason Jo

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Unfortunately for me I’m probably double the risk as I only have one lung and I’m elderly. I’m doing everything that is being suggested except hoarding toilet paper.😂😂😂. Gotta keep my sense of humor or I’d go nuts😂😂😂😂😂.
Stay safe and good luck to all

Author — Nelson Holt

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So instead of wasting your money on toilet paper you should be donating money for the purpose of making additional breathing machines.

Author — Joseph Upton

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Speechless, I wish teachers taught like this.

Author — Netty

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Who else has asthma and is scared for dear life? Everyone keeps saying, "oh dont worry it only hurts people with underlying conditions like asthma etcs." Great. Thanks. Good to know I could die and everyone else is safe 😑

Author — Sseraphim

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If you were a teacher in my school, I would be a doctor today.

Author — Rahul Marskole

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I've been a critical care nurse most of my adult life, & I remember these changes as they happened. This was aa very good synopsis of ARDS & how to treat it, & I'm very grateful. For this crisis, I just hope we have enough vents for everyone who needs one. Having said that, everyone wash your hands & stay home. Take care!

Author — CatMom

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Wow- my mother had ARDS back in 1992 ! They suggested we take her off of the ventilator, not much was known about ARDS back then. We told them we wanted to try to save her. We had her sent to Drake Rehab center in Cincinnati OH for months. She lived and was actually on the news because of her miraculous recovery. I had no idea that the Corona Virus is causing ARDS ! She was in the ICU for over a month and her whole body blew up like a balloon. It was so scary, but thank God, she made it through .

Author — BabySue

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Finally a good medical explanation without strange words and letters popping out. Thank you very much!

Author — bai

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I was 2 minutes into the video and it was already the most interesting video I’ve seen this year!! So much knowledge.

Author — keyboard freedomfighter

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Finally, someone actually explains how this kills! Not just how it spreads, or how many cases there are.

Author — Dedar Doo

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"Knowledge is Power!" Too many people on Earth don't understand the pure simple meaning behind that!

Author — 910AM Superstation Funnies

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I've slept on my stomach my whole life, and never smoked cigarettes. Wonder if this contributes to my excellent pulmonary function....

Author — Julia Dixon

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I spent 4 months in hospital with ARDS. 2 months in a coma. I was the only one of 5 people who went in with it to come out alive. Mine started with H1N1, which leads to double pneumonia, which leads to ARDS.

Author — Sandra Burleson

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I was a hypochondriac 35 years ago and got over it! I feel like from hearing about all this Coronavirus I am starting to feel like a hypochondriac again!!! Lol!

Author — Megan Ruch Watercolors

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For some reason, it calms me down to know how this virus affects.

Author — Jejojka _

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I had the pleasure of having him as my doctor. He was one of the best doctors I have ever had. I had something going on with my lungs and he fixed me right up.

Author — Leslie Eubanks

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Dr, I bet you are a senior professor also, everything make so much sense. Your students are very lucky like a star in the galaxy.

Author — Aiden & Adelyn

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So when they paralyze you to keep you from fighting the ventilator, I assume in your unparalyzed mind you are experiencing absolute panic, right???

Author — opentrunks

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I’m a registered nurse and I have been on a ventilator...I was on propophyl and quietly sedated but I could not imagine being awake and on succs without sedation so I am not aware of the paralysis...that would be a frightful experience. Also I have not seen the prone positions implemented at my institution...thank you for the lecture. No one is talking about ARDS here...

Author — Mike Ivy