Coronavirus & ACE2: why Men, Diabetics Maybe at Higher Risk

This is part two of the Coronavirus science series. Why this video??

Well, SARS-Cov2 is known to use the angiotensin converting enzyme 2 (ACE2) receptor to gain access to cells via it’s spike protein. This mode of entry has sparked interest in knowing more about disease susceptibility and survival as age, gender and disease status is known to affect both ACE2 gene expression and Coronavirus disease severity.

Epidemiological studies from Wuhan and case reports unequivocally show increased disease severity and mortality in older males and adults with cardiometabolic disease comorbidities; namely hypertension, cerebro and cardiovascular disease, diabetes and fatty liver disease.

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————————————Show Notes————————————–

00:30 What it’s like when Coronavirus spreads in your city

01:00 Coronavirus (COVID-19) is effecting the local economy in Kirkland and the greater Seattle Washington Area

03:47 How SARS-Cov-2 gets into the body via the ACE2 receptor

04:22 Viral load that creates a cytokine storm

06:00 Why the SARS-Cov-2 connection is problematic for lung health

06:35 Clinical characteristics of those who’ve gotten sever COVID-19

07:28: How the presence of disease comorbidities is linked with poor COVID-19 outcomes

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