South Korea says it’s successfully treating coronavirus patient with natural oxygen therapy
02/18/2020 / By Ethan Huff / Comments
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South Korea says it’s successfully treating coronavirus patient with natural oxygen therapy

In a breakthrough for eradicating the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19), South Korean officials have successfully treated a patient using all-natural oxygen therapy.

Unlike our own Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which only advocates for pharmaceuticals and vaccines, Korea’s CDC effectively cured, dare we use that word, a patient by delivering oxygen through a face mask, according to the local news service Newsis.

Jeong Eun-kyeong, director of Korea’s CDC, announced that only one of South Korea’s 21 remaining Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19) patients is still in critical condition, while the rest have been released.

As for the oxygen therapy, Jeong explained that it effectively saturates a patient’s body with oxygen by delivering high doses of it. And as we’ve reported in the past, diseases of all kinds hate oxygen and simply can’t survive in its presence.

With this successful treatment, South Korea is confident that there are no additional “critically ill” patients within its border, despite earlier concerns that the virus might ravage high-risk patients.

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The situation is not as bright in nearby Japan, however, where an elderly woman who resided in the Kanagawa Prefecture near Tokyo died not long after testing positive for the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19).

With Japan reporting the highest number of Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19) cases outside of China – there are now more than 250 confirmed cases – South Korea was worried that the same would happen there. But its use of effective therapies like oxygen has apparently stemmed the tide, at least for now.

For nearly a week, South Korea had not reported any new confirmed cases of the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19), but did announce that a total of seven former patients are now “fully recovered” and have been released.

All of this good news for South Korea led authorities to announce the end of a massive quarantine there where 700 South Korean nationals who had previously been evacuated from Wuhan, the epicenter of the novel coronavirus, were being held.

Those who were in this quarantine reportedly thanked the residents of nearby Asan for supporting them during this difficult period of isolation. Park Jong-cheon, a South Korean basketball coach for a youth team in the Hubei Province of China, wrote in a message that he would “never forget the love” he was shown while in quarantine, and that all residents of Asan are welcome to visit him in Wuhan at any time.

Not so fast: South Korea reports one new coronavirus case on Sunday

It all seemed so great until yet another confirmed coronavirus case emerged in South Korea at the same time that the quarantine was set to end. The Yonhap News Agency is reporting that an 82-year-old man with no record of overseas travel tested positive for the disease, and is now being held in quarantine at the Korea University Anam Hospital in Seoul.

This new case, which brings South Korea’s total number of cases to 29, is the first since the previous Tuesday, dashing hopes that perhaps the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19) was no longer going to be an issue in South Korea.

As for the condition of this new patient, authorities have yet to make his status public. It also remains unclear whether he, too, will be receiving oxygen therapy.

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