Indo-American Doctor Kovid – 19 Death in Patients’ Lungs Potential treatment strategies or methods have been discovered to prevent organ damage and waste.
Washington : Indo-American Doctor Kovid – 19 A potential treatment strategy or method has been discovered to prevent fatal damage to patients’ lungs and organ loss. The research paper related to this has also been published and it is believed that this treatment will soon be valid worldwide.
Mouse research completed
Born in India and Dr. Tirumala Devi Kanneganthi (Dr Tirumala Devi Kanneganthi), published as a researcher at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Tennessee, was published in the online edition of this related research journal. In this, during a study on mice, he found that Kovid – 19 (Covid –
) In case of cell inflammation due to the loss of organs by inflammation, ‘hyperinflammatory’ resistance that ultimately leads to death and possible drugs have been identified to protect against this condition.
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researcher studied in detail how the messages of inflammatory cells are transmitted, on the basis of which they studied the method of inhibiting it. Dr Kenaganti, vice president of the immunology department at St. Jude Hospital, said, “Knowing how it works and the causes of inflammation is important for developing better treatment methods.”
Birth of Doctor Kenaganti in Telangana
It is interesting to note that Kenaganti was born and raised in Telangana. He graduated in Chemistry, Zoology and Botany from Kakatiya University, Warangal. He holds his master’s and PhD from the University of Osmania, India. In the year 2007, Dr. Kennegati joined St. Jude Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee.
Identification of specific “cytokines”
He said: “This research will increase our understanding. We have identified specific cytokines (small proteins present in the cell that they transmit) that cause inflammation in the cell and ultimately lead to death. With this discovery, Kovid – 19 and the possible cure for diseases with high mortality can be discovered. This quest also includes Shraddha Tuladhar, Piramal Sameer, Min Zhenge, Balamurugan Sundaram, Balaji Bhanoth, RK Subbarao Mallireddy etc.