Implicit, Intrinsic, Extrinsic, and Host Factors Attributing the Covid-19 Pandemic. Part 1- Intrinsic Factor Nitrous Oxide Emissions: A Systematic Analysis

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Abstract

Despite Nitrous oxide (N2O) being the most widely used anesthetics in dental and other medical applications, it is associated with global warming and stratospheric ozone destruction. With globalization, a larger amount of N2O emissions arearticulated especially from human activities (30%, 6.7 Tg N per year), which are primarily dominated by agriculture that is even above the emissions of all oceans (26%). The synthesis of N2O reflects the general chemistry and readily from a substrate Nitric oxide (NO) in the environment. The modeling of infectious disease dynamics covering common pathogen-transmission factors, for example intrinsic (or microbes nutrient supply) at a population level, is indeed imperative to curb the menace of any disease. Nonetheless, in areas where novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) was at its worst, for example, Wuhan China, Mumbai India, Milan Italy, Washington USA etc., the reduction in N2O emissions was well noticed. Nonetheless, viruses exhibit greater mobility than humans and hijack nutrients including nitrogen to complete their epidemiological cycle all due to limited sequence space of viral genomes, the high probability of genetic drift, extremely large population sizes, the high mutation and recombination rates. In consequence of drastic fall in N2O emissions, lower human transport can not be an all alone contributor, but contrarily it may also be associated with coronavirus intrinsic factors. This prompted us to analyze freely accessible and large global data from two authenticated sources, the World Health Organization and World Bank. We hereby argue that intrinsic factor N2O emissions fueling the COVID-19 progression significantly. Entire predictions were found consistent with the recently observed shreds of evidence. These insights enhanced scientific ability to interrogate viral epidemiology and recommended a 7-points framework covering all-natural lifestyle and dietary supplements for COVID-19 prevention before the arrival of a front-line therapeutic(s) or preventable vaccine.

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