How do "asthma" patients take care of themselves when COVID-19 outbreaks?

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How do "asthma" patients take care of themselves when COVID-19 outbreaks?

Message par jiraporn13578@gmail.com » lun. avr. 12, 2021 10:32 am

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Having asthma, although not easy to get infected with the slotxo COVID-19 virus, can cause complications more easily than the general population. This is especially the case of recurrent asthma attacks when infected with COVID-19. This makes care more difficult and may lead to other complications. Therefore, medical experts recommend vaccination against COVID-19. In this group of patients
Asthma is not easily linked to COVID-19, but it can be prone to complications.
Dr. Thanee Thaneewan (Doctor Tan), a pulmonologist and medical professor based in the United States, said that it must first be understood that Asthma, the disease itself, does not infect patients with COVID-virus. 19 It is easier or has severe symptoms of the disease in any way. But if a patient is actually infected with the COVID-19 virus, it can easily lead to complications, such as having recurrent asthma while contracting COVID-19. Making maintenance more difficult

Asthma patients How to take care of yourself when COVID-19 outbreaks?
Something that should be followed regularly are

Always wash your hands
Keep distance
Put on a mask
Take your asthma medication regularly to prevent relapse. In the case of some patients concerned that asthma medications, especially inhaled corticosteroid-containing inhalers, which are immune suppressants, suppress the body's immune system, making it vulnerable to COVirus infection. Wid-19 More or not In this regard, medical professionals have not found any connection. And still recommend the use of medication regularly This is because if the patient stops the drug immediately, there may be a danger of exacerbating asthma attacks.
Triggers such as allergies, acid reflux disease Sleep apnea, snoring, or even stress, anger, depression, or an abnormal mental state. Can contribute to exacerbation of asthma attacks Therefore should be given great care
Get vaccinated against COVID-19 In this group of patients it is safe. And got a lot of benefits In addition to being to protect yourself It also helps society by reducing the spread of COVID-19.

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Message par bestheets » mar. avr. 13, 2021 11:41 am

If you have asthma:
Ask an adult without asthma to clean and disinfect surfaces and objects for you.
Stay in another room when cleaners or disinfectants are being used and right after their use.
Use cleaning agents and disinfectant only when necessary. In routine situations, high-touch surfaces and objects might be cleaned effectively with soap and water.
Make a list of the urgent care or health facilities near you that provides nebulizer/asthma treatments and keep it close to your phone.
If you have an asthma attack, move away from the trigger, such as the cleaning agent or disinfectant or the area that was disinfected. Follow your Asthma Action Plan. Call 911 for medical emergencies.
The person cleaning and disinfecting should:
Choose disinfectants that are less likely to cause an asthma attack, using Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)’s list of approved productsexternal icon, such as:
Products with hydrogen peroxide (no stronger than 3%) or ethanol (ethyl alcohol)
Products that do NOT contain peroxyacetic acid or peracetic acid.
Limit use of chemicals that can trigger asthma attacks, such as bleach (sodium hypochlorite) or quaternary ammonium compounds (for example, benzalkonium chloride), and do not use them in enclosed spaces.
Follow additional precautions for cleaning and disinfecting places where people with asthma might be, to reduce exposure to asthma triggers.
Use products safely and correctly:
Always read and follow the directions on the product label to ensure you are using it safely and effectively.
Wear skin protection such as gloves and consider eye protection to protect yourself against splashes.
Make sure there is enough air flow (ventilation).
Use only the amount recommended on the label.
Use water at room temperature for dilution (unless stated otherwise on the label).
Do NOT mix chemical products. Label diluted cleaning solutions.
Store products safely and correctly
Store and use chemicals out of the reach of children and pets.
Label diluted cleaning solutions.
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