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  • There are 368,000 cases of covert 19 in America, and the most serious of those cases will require a ventilator to breathe for them while they're damaged.

  • Lungs recover.

  • It is both a life changing as well as a lifesaving experience.

  • Jim Array spoke with one Cove in 19.

  • Survivor Nick Brown thought he was suffering from the flu until he checked into the Cleveland Clinic.

  • The doctor came in, he said, Hey, I've got some bad news you've tested positive for Cove in 19 on Git was actually very shortly after that that I started to lose lung function and they intubated.

  • Life was about to get even worse for the 38 year old dad.

  • I was actually in a medically induced coma for three days, and then during that process they put me on a ventilator where I spent seven additional days.

  • Brown was fighting for his life, and like many patients stricken with covert 19 he was being kept alive with a ventilator.

  • What did it physically feel like?

  • It's a very large grouping of tubes that goes down your throat and you know, in the beginning it wasn't horrible feeling, but as we progress.

  • The tube kind of got scratching on the back of my throat and just really irritated my throat.

  • Were you able to communicate in some way with the ventilator in?

  • I could make facial expressions, which they were pretty good about understanding what I was going through just looking at me.

  • Dr.

  • Zeke Emanuel spoke with our Stephen Fabian.

  • What is that sensation like for the patient being put on a ventilator?

  • Horrible.

  • You've got a tube stuck in your throat.

  • In many patients are basically knocked out because of the uncomfortable feeling and the cove, it patients in particular, working very hard to breathe.

  • The hardest part may be just beginning for survivors who've been weaned off ventilators.

  • Many of the thousands of Cove in 19 patients who've been placed on ventilators can experience post traumatic stress disorder.

  • Even a year after leaving the I See You, Nick Brown says he vividly remembers when he was finally able to breathe on his own.

  • It was very moving.

  • I cried.

  • He was so touched, he asked a nurse to write this note of gratitude to the I C.

  • U staff who saved his life.

There are 368,000 cases of covert 19 in America, and the most serious of those cases will require a ventilator to breathe for them while they're damaged.

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