Russian Doctor Myasnikov Urged to Distinguish Between «covid-ARI» and «covid-pneumonia»
OREANDA-NEWS. The chief doctor of the Moscow hospital No. 71 and TV host Alexander Myasnikov urged them his colleagues to distinguish between «covid-ARI» and «covid-pneumonia». He stressed, that these are different diseases and it requires a different approach to treatment.
At the same time, the main mistake of doctors is the use of blood-thinning drugs in both cases. They are indicated for mild coronavirus. «I know people who have died from a brain hemorrhage. This is a kind of suicide and sabotage», he said on the YouTube channel «Solovyov Live».
As the doctor explained, with a mild form of coronavirus, the patient only needs to observe bed rest, drink paracetamol if necessary and drink a lot of liquid.
In Russia, since the beginning of the epidemic, 4,278,750 cases of coronavirus infection have been officially registered and 87,348 deaths. The daily increase in the number of coronavirus infections was 10,535.
In St. Petersburg, on the embankment of the Karpovka River, was opened a memorial to the memory of doctors who died during the pandemic. According to the press center of the city administration, the monument is a bronze sculpture «Sad Angel». It's author Roman Shustrov died from the effects of the coronavirus on May 14, 2020.