Months after infection with SARS-CoV-2, some people are still battling crushing fatigue, lung damage and other symptoms of ‘long COVID’.
On #LongCovid, what we know and what is being done to fill in the gaping holes of our knowledge—why some people are experiencing enduring suffering, disability after covid infections today by
As I mention to we need clinical guidance on multidis. care for long COVID pts & as researchers sticking around past acute stage of illness into long tail of recovery is important coz it tells you more about the virus & its pathophysiology.
This is Scary!! Lung scans from a 50-year-old show that damage from COVID-19 (red) can improve with time — but many patients have lasting symptoms. #COVID19 long-haulers Post-acute covid-19 #longcovid
Doctors are concerned that the COVID-19 pandemic will lead to a significant surge of people battling lasting illnesses and disabilities. Because the disease is so new, no one knows yet what the long-term impacts will be.
There can be long-term damage not just in the lungs, but in the heart, immune system, brain and elsewhere. Evidence from previous coronavirus outbreaks suggests that these effects can last for years. #LongCovid
Evidence from previous coronavirus outbreaks suggests that the effects can last for years. #LongCovid
The lasting misery of #coronavirus long-haulers the disease is so new so “to assess long-term consequences, the only thing you need is time.”
The lasting misery of coronavirus long-haulers
Evidence from previous coronavirus outbreaks suggests that the effects can last for years. #LongCovid
This on #longcovid by shows how the urgent and indispensable focus on the “acute” can end up displacing focus on the long, on what comes after 1/
from Nature: "Doctors are now concerned that the pandemic will lead to a significant surge of people battling lasting illnesses and disabilities. Because the disease is so new, no one knows yet what the long-term impacts will be."
The lasting misery of coronavirus long-haulers Months after infection with SARS-CoV-2, some people are still battling crushing fatigue, lung damage and other symptoms of ‘long COVID’
#SARSCoV2 is so new that no one knows yet what the long-term impacts will be. Doctors are concerned that the #coronavirus pandemic will lead to a significant surge of people battling lasting illnesses and disabilities.
COVID-19 has implications for long lasting health complications... will it be analogous to SARS? The lasting misery of coronavirus long-haulers #longcovid
The lasting misery of coronavirus long-haulers. The cost of long-term disability, both in terms of quality of life and economics makes the pursuit of herd-immunity pointless and cruel, even if it were possible(and that is unlikely).
The lasting misery of #coronavirus long-haulers: Months after infection with SARS-CoV-2, some people are still battling crushing fatigue, lung damage and other symptoms of ‘long COVID’ via
The lasting misery of #COVID19 long-haulers Discussed #longcovid and much more at the #JLFLondonAtBL2020 with Ajit Lalvani and Ange Saini
From heart and lung damage to crushing fatigue, here are the things COVID-9 long-haulers face every day
"Fatigue does not seem to be limited to severe cases (of COVID-19). It is common in people who had mild symptoms and who therefore might not have been tested for the virus."