Girl on ventilator due to vaping disease 22:01

Girl, 19, on ventilator Vaping reportedly makes them look like ‘broken glass’ Daily mail.

The patient came to the emergency room with abnormally high blood pressure, a pulse rate of 120 beats per minute, difficulty breathing, fever and low blood oxygen. Initially, he was diagnosed with severe bacterial pneumonia. Antibiotics did not help him and doctors performed additional examinations. They showed that the lungs were filled with fluid and damaged.

Doctors found that the girl had been vaping for a long time. They later changed the diagnosis to e-cigarette or vaping product-induced lung injury (EVALI). Patients usually respond well to treatment with steroids, such as prednisone, which suppress inflammation. The girl improved after therapy and quit vaping. Doctors warned her that she had a high risk of recurrence of EVALI.

Earlier scientists I learnedIt has been found that smoking accelerates age-related decline in memory and thinking by 85%.

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Source: Gazeta


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