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According to a report on the US "Capitol Hill" website on the 27th, a new study conducted by scientists from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) concluded that after the new coronavirus infects the human body, it can be widely spread from the respiratory tract to almost all other organs of the body ( Including the heart and brain) and stay for several months
The researchers said that this study is by far the "most comprehensive analysis" of how long the new coronavirus remains in the human body and brain
They performed autopsies on 44 people who died from the new crown disease, mapped and quantified the distribution of the new crown virus throughout the body
As a result, the new coronavirus was detected in all 44 dead, including 79 out of 85 anatomical sites and body fluid samples
Daniel Certo, the chief researcher of the NIH Department of Emerging Pathogens, said that previously, they discovered the ribonucleic acid (RNA) of the new coronavirus in the patient's body 230 days after the patient developed symptoms
The new study found that the new coronavirus replicates in multiple organ systems of infected people, even in asymptomatic patients to mild patients
The researchers explained that although the "severely affected areas" of the new coronavirus infection are located in the lungs and respiratory tracts, new research shows that the virus can "spread and infect cells throughout the body" in the early stages of infection, including the brain, eye tissue, muscles, skin, and surrounding areas.
Nerve and tissues of the cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, endocrine and lymphatic systems
For a long time, scientists have been puzzled as to why long-term COVID-19 symptoms affect so many organ systems.
This paper provides some insights and helps explain why even mild or asymptomatic patients have long-term COVID-19 symptoms.
However, the data source of the latest research is mainly the sampling and analysis of patients who died of new coronary disease during the autopsy, rather than those patients with long-term new coronary symptoms
The impact of long-term new coronary symptoms is still unknown .
In addition, scientists do not know what long-term effects will occur if a fully vaccinated person becomes infected again with the new coronavirus