The role of the lung-gut axis microbiota in covid 19

Zhila Shokrian Aghjehmasjed ©, Ali Bahadori, Danyal Farajnia Rick, Mobina Movahed Majd, Amir Samiei

The role of the lung-gut axis microbiota in covid 19

کد: G-86792

نویسندگان: Zhila Shokrian Aghjehmasjed ©, Ali Bahadori, Danyal Farajnia Rick, Mobina Movahed Majd, Amir Samiei

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برچسب: میکروب شناسی

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Background and Aim

Respiratory viral infections disrupt the gut microbiota.Basal enrichment of Coperobacillus,Clostridium ramusum,and Clostridium hati was associated with Covid-19 intensity.There was an inverse correlation between the frequency of Faecalibacterium prausnitzii and the severity of the disease.Therefore,improving the intestinal microbiota profile may be a preventive measure to minimize the effect of COVID-19 in elderly and immunocompromised patients.

Methods

We used reputable scientific sites such as PubMed,sciencedirect to obtain update information on the role of the gut-lung axis microbiome in treatment on covid 19.

Results

SARS-CoV-2 affects the respiratory and gastrointestinal tracts, and symptoms such as watery diarrhea are associated with long-term illness and virus transmission in COVID-19.There is a possible association between gastrointestinal symptoms and the severity of COVID-19.The main meanings for predicting the course of the disease and establishing targeted gastrointestinal therapies that may affect the severity of the disease.

Conclusion

Global research on intestinal microbiota has increased our knowledge of chronic and infectious diseases and is useful in meeting the challenges of managing COVID-19 patients with related gastrointestinal diseases.Therefore,different modulation approaches to deform the intestinal microbiota may minimize severity.It is an infection and may be a treatment for COVID-19 comorbidities.

Keywords

SARS-CoV-2; gut-lung axis microbiome

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