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ICU nurse on loss of life of 19-year-old affected person from COVID-19: It ‘struck a chord with all of us’

Blood clotting and different further maladies attributable to coronavirus are resulting in affected person deaths, New Jersey ICU nurse Anthea Noel reported Thursday.

Showing on “America’s Newsroom” with host Ed Henry, Noel stated on Wednesday a 19-year-old affected person beneath her care not too long ago died of issues from the virus.

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“The numbers have decreased, however we’re nonetheless seeing deaths. Yesterday I misplaced a 19-year-old affected person to COVID-19 and that struck a chord with all of us,” she emotionally recounted. “You understand, each loss of life is important however when you may have only a little one, only a child [at] 19 years outdated, it hits residence.”

Though the aged and immuno-compromised are extra at-risk, the virus has confirmed deadly to the younger and seemingly wholesome in some instances.

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“What occurred generally since we have heard a lot that somebody 19 years outdated is more likely to be in a greater place to cope with this?” requested Henry.

“That is what we have heard,” Noel replied. “However, generally what we’re seeing is that sufferers are growing clots and though we put them on anticoagulation remedy they throw clots and generally they stroke out or get pulmonary [embolism], which will be deadly.”

There are actually virtually 324,000 confirmed COVID-19 instances within the virus’s epicenter of New York State with over 25,600 deaths recorded. The US has surpassed 1.2 million instances — essentially the most of any nation — with over 73,000 deaths.

“I believe all of us are going by means of some kind of post-traumatic stress,” Noel instructed Henry. “You understand: the insomnia, the burden loss, being irritable — I believe all of us are coping with issues otherwise.

“It’s our coping mechanisms that get us by means of,” she added. “So, if we now have good help methods like our household, our associates, our coworkers to lean on…even counseling…My greatest pal is a counselor. She’s a psychotherapist. So, you understand, I type of bounce issues off of her and use her as a sounding board.”

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This week is Nationwide Nurses Week and Noel suggested individuals might present their gratitude to these battling coronavirus alongside her with “a easy thanks” or an “air hug.”

Julia Musto is a reporter for Fox Information Digital. You could find her on Twitter at @JuliaElenaMusto.

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