It has been said that the use of cortisone exacerbates the condition of those affected by coronavirus, however many people need to use it. Allergist doctor urges that there is no increased risk for people using cortisone-containing pumps.
“We have patients with asthma who are treated with cortisone pumps. I urge them to continue treatment because there is no risk. The problem is people who take it by mouth. High doses of cortisone when they are affected by coronavirus are dangerous higher.” The doctor says.
The allergologist joined other doctors in urging people to stay home and strictly respect the measures taken by the authorities.
Meanwhile Ibranji has also explained the difference between the symptoms of seasonal allergies and those of coronavirus.
Among the symptoms of an allergy, the doctor mentions dry cough, swelling, burning or watering of the eyes, etc., all of which are feverish.