Covid-19: New Lung Screening Technique Developed
Prof. Fergus Gleeson, with a new magnetic imaging technique developed using “Xenon” (Xenon) gas in England, in a study conducted on 10 patients between 19 and 69 years old at Oxford University, lung injuries that could not be detected in normal scans were found. Eight of the patients had complaints of shortness of breath and fatigue, although they were not taken to intensive care and not connected to a ventilator, and three months after they contracted coronavirus. No problems were found in the lungs of the patients in normal scans. In the scans performed with the new lung scanning technique, signs of lung damage were found in all patients. Areas with no comfortable oxygen flow to the blood were detected.