Autopsies reveal differences between SARS and...

 taiwannews.com.tw  02/19/2020 09:36:00 
This undated electron microscope image by the U.S. National Institutes of Health shows the Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 that causes COVID-19.

This undated electron microscope image by the U.S. National Institutes of Health shows the Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 that causes COVID-19. This undated electron microscope image by the U.S. National Institutes of Health shows the Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 that causes COVID-19.

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The first autopsies of victims from the Wuhan virus (COVID-19) have demonstrated significant differences from those who died of the SARS epidemic, according to Chinese pulmonologist Zhong Nanshan (~Wq).

Zhong, a leading scientist in the fight against SARS and someone who has authored a study on the coronavirus, said on Tuesday (Feb. 18) that postmortems can play an important role in uncovering mysteries surrounding epidemics like SARS and the Wuhan virus.

He pointed out that unlike those who perished due to SARS, autopsies of the first two deaths in the recent outbreak reveal that their lungs did not exhibit significant pulmonary fibrosis, or thickened and stiff lung tissue, reported Sina. Instead, their lungs were found to have severe inflammations and mucus buildup, which resulted in breathing difficulty.

The findings of the pathological autopsies serve to help front line medical workers better treat patients. For example, they should ensure patients' respiratory tracts function properly so as to allow air to pass into the lungs, he reckoned.

Meanwhile, the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention published its largest study yet about the virus on Monday (Feb. 17) based on 44,672 cases. It found that COVID-19 is more contagious than SARS and MERS but with a lowered mortality-rate, which stands at 2.3 percent. SARS and MERS had fatality rates of 9.6 percent and 35 percent, respectively.

Case numbers disclosed by the Chinese authorities, though, have been questioned as many have allegedly gone unreported, and the veracity of much data remains in doubt.


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Update: 2020-02-20 20:30

No. Country/Area Cases Deaths
1 Taiwan 24 1
2 China 74,655 2,121
3 Hong Kong 67 2
4 Macau 10 0
5 Japan (including 621 on Diamond Princess) 705 3
6 Thailand 35 0
7 South Korea 104 0
8 United States 15 0
9 Singapore 84 0
10 Vietnam 16 0
11 France 12 1
12 Nepal 1 0
13 Australia 15 0
14 Malaysia 22 0
15 Canada 8 0
16 Germany 16 0
17 Sri Lanka 1 0
18 Cambodia 1 0
19 United Arab Emirates 9 0
20 Finland 1 0
21 Philippines 3 1
22 India 3 0
23 Italy 3 0
24 United Kingdom 9 0
25 Russia 2 0
26 Spain 2 0
27 Sweden 1 0
28 Belgium 1 0
29 Egypt 1 0
30 Iran 2 2
Total 75,751 2,130

Source: 1. Taiwan Centers for Disease Control, 2. National Health Commission of China, 3. Tencent, 4. CNA

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