Theory on the mechanism by which coronavirus kills people -- and a subsequent treatment
Doctor Li Wenliang, who first raised it in China; his main reason for proposal of a novel virus was that patients didn't improve when given pure oxygen
News article: Australian nurse in NYC says that nearly all patients requiring intubation were conversational and had video-calls with family before being tubed. She says that this is freaky and normally never happens
News article, also from NYC: paramedics who check people and take them to hospital put a pulse oximeter on a patient's fingertip. In all their years prior, any reading below 90% would be an emergency with patient losing consciousness and require intubation. In this article (on the ABC) they say that they are now relieved when a patient's reading comes back up into the 80s. But in normal times that would be a sign of impending death. They also said that one patient had a blood-oxygen percent reading in the 30s and was carrying out normal conversation. They said that this should be impossible.
the pulse oximeters use IR to determine blood-oxygen level. Singlet oxygen has different spectroscopic properties than regular oxygen. different IR absorbance.
My theory is that singlet oxygen is carried through the blood on hemoglobin, like regular oxygen. And the body has enzymes in cells that convert it back to regular oxygen, allowing respiration to continue in cells mitochondria. This would explain why the patient gets a low blood-oxygen-reading but remains able and awake.
The patient is fine for a while until the relevant cellular enzymes are depleted
Instead of giving them oxygen, give them hydrogen dot.
elemental hydrogen dot generators are already on the market and made in China
The presence of singlet-oxygen also explains the presently-unexplained heart failure and organ-failure seen in some virus-patients
The hydrogen-dot will restore the enzymes so that they continue to convert singlet oxygen to regular oxygen while their immune system fights the infection.... meaning that the patients don't die of oxygen starvation.