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Immunology professor: The black fungus is not found in Egypt and infects Corona and AIDS patients abroad

Dr. Abd al-Hadi Misbah, Professor of Immunology and a Fellow of the American Academy of Immunology, revealed that the black fungus is and others like other fungi and its function is that it attacks the body when the immune system is broken down and weakened, explaining that when the immune system is strong, this fungus cannot enter the body, and it cannot Causing illnesses to the person.

He said, that the black fungus is not found in Egypt and is not at all widespread among Corona patients in Egypt, and that the person who enters care in cases of Corona patients, who suffers from respiratory failure, his immunity decreases for several factors as a result of weakening of immunity as a result of consuming antibiotics frequently and using many breathing devices Industrial, and other devices that are used to feed the person or help him to breathe or methods of taking injections, and taking the necessary medicines, in addition to the psychological state of the patient, all of these factors lead to weak immunity in intensive care patients.


He explained, that there are fungi and bacteria that are widely spread in intensive care rooms, such as MERSA bacteria, which is a bacterium that is known to spread widely in intensive care rooms, as the patient is susceptible to infection either by Mersa bacteria or fungi such as the black fungus or the fungus Cryptococcus Neoformance, a fungus that infects patients with care Concentrated, and it may lead to inflammation of the brain or kidneys or infect the eye, all of which are fungi and bacteria we see in cases of HIV "AIDS" patients, explaining that in the case of HIV infection, such complications occur as a result of the collapse of the immune system and the patient not taking AIDS drugs that are controlled The virus replicates and the immune system returns to fitness.


He added, that the black fungus infects patients as a result of the breakdown of the immune system, and it is found in the intensive care rooms and the use of respirators from one patient to another without sterilizing them as a result of a shortage in hospitals, and the fungus spreads in the damp, which is spread in the atmosphere of hospitals and intensive care, where The appropriate environment for reproduction is available, as it affects the eyes, brain, kidneys and lungs, and when it is outside the body it spreads in the form of black spots, confirming that it is not widespread in Egypt, and does not spread except in the case of the collapse of the immune system, and in the moist environment found in most intensive care rooms.