A New respiratory Illness – Coronavirus
Coronavirus, also known as Coronavirus Solutions, is a common viral respiratory infection that causes serious respiratory and cold-like symptoms in people with weak immune systems. The name Coronavirus comes from Coron avirabilus, a Latin name meaning “iron-winged god”. Coronaviruses are viruses and the modern day Coronavirus is relatively common. It lives in the air, but can be spread through contact with things such as the surfaces of infected animals or people. The Coronavirus can cause serious illness in humans if left untreated, and the virus is sometimes deadly.
The Coronavirus is a member of the herpes family (stricken cells) and is spread through contact. The name Coronavirus comes from Coron avirabilus, a Latin name meaning “iron-winged god”. This particular strain of the virus is responsible for approximately twenty percent of all reported cases of cold sores and more than five percent of all reported cases of encephalitis. Coronavirus is the most common viral cause of serious acute respiratory syndrome (RAS), a life-threatening condition that causes breathing issues and shortness of breath. Although it is not a deadly virus, the virus has been linked to the development of lung cancer in mice and rats and is suspected of causing cases of leukemia in humans.
The Coronavirus, like several other members of the herpes family, only causes problems in young children and the elderly, but can affect anyone. The problem appears to be associated with an increase in the number of individuals who suffer from some form of respiratory illness during the time that they may be exposed to the Coronaviruses. For these reasons, those with respiratory illnesses should be tested for the virus each year. Testing can be done through routine procedures like flu shots and by testing nasal fluid if symptoms appear.