Journal of Biotechnology & Bioresearch

Possible Treatment of Lung Failure in COVID 19 Patients

  • Open or CloseCharles H Williams1*

    1The Williams research laboratory, USA

    *Corresponding author: Charles H Williams, The Williams research laboratory, Sunrise Beach, USA

Submission: October 27, 2020; Published: November 13, 2020


The development of lung failure is a severe complication of COVID 19. My friend Bill Bruns, St Clair, MO died recently even though he was on a ventilator and in an induced coma at the Washington, MO Hospital. His wife also had COVID 19, but did not develop the acute lung failure aspect, so she quarantined at home and fully recovered [1,2]. Two of my immediate family members contracted COVID 19 but did not develop the acute lung failure aspect and quarantined at home and fully recovered. They went back to work at the ear, nose, and throat clinic where they had contracted the disease.

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