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فيروس كورونا ومرض كوفيد- ١٩: الانتقال، الأعراض، التشخيص، العلاج، والوقاية

جئناكم هذه المرة بحلة جديدة، بلغتنا العربية، آملين أن نساهم في نشر الوعي في مجتماعتنا عن الاحداث التي نعيشها هذه الأيام.
ضيف هذه الحلقة، أو يجدر بنا تقديمه على أنه العدو اللدود لأنظمتنا الصحية، إنه فيروس كورونا!
دار حول العالم بسرعة فائقة، وعلى الرغم من بشاعة أفعاله، إلا أنه جميلٌ شكله تحت المجهر الإلكتروني، شاهد هذا الفيديو لتتأكد من نفسك، ولتتعرف عليه أكثر.
خلال هذا الفيديو سنناقش فيروس كورونا بشكل عام، ثم سنغوص في تفاصيل مرض كوفيد-١٩. نأمل أن يحوز هذا الفيديو على رضاكم!

المحتوى:
الفيروسات، بنيتها، وتقسيمها - 0:58
فيروس كورونا وخصائصه - 1:52
الأمراض التي يسببها فيروس كورونا - 3:03
مرض كوفيد-١٩ (الانتقال، الأعراض، التشخيص) - 5:07
علاج مرض كوفيد-١٩ - 12:16
الوقاية من مرض كوفيد-١٩ - 12:57

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Scientific facts and data (المصادر): WHO and CDC
* van Doremalen N, Bushmaker T, Morris DH, Holbrook MG, Gamble A, Williamson BN, Tamin A, Harcourt JL, Thornburg NJ, Gerber SI, Lloyd-Smith JO. Aerosol and surface stability of SARS-CoV-2 as compared with SARS-CoV-1. New England Journal of Medicine. 2020 Mar 17.

Medical disclaimer: ATP does not provide medical advice or make any recommendations about diagnosis, or treatment. ATP does not substitute or replace, by any means, the judgement of healthcare providers. Please seek licensed experts' opinion if you have any medical condition.

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Empire of the Ants - BBC Documentary HD

Most ants are merely a nuisance; they crawl on you outside or they try to sneak a chip at your picnic. All in all though, they seem pretty harmless. You may even have fond childhood memories singing, 'The ants go marching two by two', but, don't let these particular ants fool you- they're no joke. Army ants are more like pillaging hordes of invading barbarians rather than the sweet creatures you saw in Pixar's A Bugs Life.

The classification 'army ant' is actually a general term that refers to any of about 18 genera (plural of genus) of ant that exhibit extremely aggressive nomadic behaviors and indiscriminately kill by overwhelming prey with their massive numbers. They're also known as 'driving ants', 'legionary ants', or 'visiting ants' because they 'visit' but don't stay; they pass through an area like a swarm of locusts and wipe out anything in their path.
There are about 12 thousand identified species of ant, but only about 200 are considered 'army ants'. While ants are ubiquitous, army ants only exist in hot and humid environments. They're commonly found in the southern U.S., Central and Southern America, as well as Africa and Asia, however, not all army ants are created equal. U.S. army ants, while being equally successful search and destroy drones as their African and Asian cousins, are not nearly as aggressive. In the U.S., if your house was in their path you wouldn't have to worry about your chickens or small livestock, but some African and Asian species have been known to 'take no prisoners' and dismember livestock.
Army ants differ from 'typical' ants in that they have much more developed mandibles. These massive jaws aren't for chewing though; they're for battle, as well as dismemberment of prey for easy transport back to the nest. What's disturbing is that, as these army ants attack their prey, they secrete an enzyme that breaks down the tissue for easier quartering but, all of this happens while the prey is still alive!

Interestingly, army ants are totally blind; they can only sense light intensity, but not discern anything in front of them. Because of this, they rely on a form of chemical communication called pheromones, which they taste and/or smell with their antennae. Ants use about 10-20 different pheromone cues to communicate with their colony as well as discern friend from foe. Some beetles, wasps, and millipedes are actually able to produce a chemical that mimics the army ant pheromone scent. This way they can actually cloak themselves from army ant 'radar' and avoid being eaten.
Most ant species are solitary hunters and gatherers. They strike out on their own and, when food is found, they release a 'dinner bell'-like pheromone to which the nest responds. This is why that one lonely ant at your picnic seems to multiply into a hundred in no time flat. Army ants aren't nearly as covert about gathering food though.

Army ant hunting groups, called swarm raids or column raids, can be 200,000-20 million ants strong, fanning out into a 15-110 yard wide swath of voracious killers. These raids aren't random though- they fall into a carefully organized cycle based on the hatching and growth cycle of the young.
Empire of the Ants
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