76% Of People Report Persistent Symptoms 6 Months After Recovering From COVID-19: Long Haulers?


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Many that have recovered from COVID-19 are reporting persistent symptoms ranging from fatigue to shortness of breath to forgetfulness to anxiety. This entity has been termed "Long Haulers." We are going to review the largest study to date on these patients to better understand who is at highest risk to have persistent symptoms and what types of symptoms people are reporting. Additionally, we will look at objective findings of persistent lung abnormalities including pulmonary function tests and lung CT scans. Lastly, we are going to discuss if there are any therapies given during acute COVID-19 that may prevent persistent symptoms from occurring. Check out the video for all these details and more!

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