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Coronavirus Pandemic Update 99: Long Haulers - Lingering & Long-Term Symptoms After COVID-19

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  • Coronavirus Pandemic Update 99: Long Haulers - Lingering & Long-Term Symptoms After COVID-19

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    A significant number of patients who've had COVID-19 report lingering and persistent symptoms 2 months or longer after their initial diagnosis. Dr. Seheult of discusses the data we have on COVID-19 long haulers including a recent study published in JAMA that showed that only 12.6% of patients hospitalized with COVID-19 reported being back to their baseline at about 60 days post-infection. (This video was recorded July 23, 2020).

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  • COVID-19 Long-Haulers Deal With Lingering Virus Symptoms

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    Health experts estimate that as many as 8.4 million Americans survived COVID-19, but haven’t really recovered — dealing with lingering symptoms months after getting infected. Anoushah Rasta reports.

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  • Covid-19 Long Haulers: What to Expect From Post COVID Symptoms

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    When you have already had COVID-19, but it doesn’t quite feel like you’re done with it.
    The lingering symptoms felt during post-COVID syndrome can include:
    - Fatigue
    - Headache
    - Brain fog
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  • Northwestern Studies Symptoms of COVID-19 Long Haulers

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    A new Northwestern Medicine study of 100 COVID-19 long haulers found that 85% experienced four or more neurologic symptoms, including “brain fog,” that impacted their quality of life and, in some cases, their cognitive abilities.

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  • Some long haulers still experience Covid symptoms a year after contracting the virus

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    CNBC’s Andrea Day joins ‘The News with Shepard Smith’ to talk about the Covid long haulers after speaking with them three months ago. She finds that they are seeing some recovery from their symptoms. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

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  • Expert Talks About COVID-19 Long Hauler Symptoms

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    Dilpreet Kaur, MD, Pulmonary/Critical Care Specialist, Windham Hospital, talks about COVID long haulers and the COVID recovery center, symptoms of ongoing issues.

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  • Long Haulers Still Battle COVID-19 Effects

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    Gabriel Aguilar, a soccer coach from Connecticut, is featured in a story about long haulers who still face symptoms from COVID-19 months after their initial diagnosis. He was treated by Hartford HealthCare.

  • Post-acute COVID-19 Syndrome: COVID long-haulers suffering symptoms months after initial diag…

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    Doctors are still searching for answers to why a portion of people who were diagnosed with COVID-19 are still suffering symptoms months later. Anderson Cooper reports.

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  • ‘Pray For A Miracle’: Covid Long-Haulers Fight Debilitating Symptoms A Year Later | NBC News

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    One out of three Covid patients, or 8.4 million Americans, have persistent symptoms months after they first got sick, a recent study shows. In post-Covid clinics across the country, doctors are scrambling to find answers and a cure for what some are calling a “second pandemic”.
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  • Your Health - COVID-19 Long Haulers

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    In this Your Health segment, Andrea Levine, MD, says doctors treating COVID-19 patients are now seeing a range of symptoms that continue in some patients well after they have recovered from their initial infection, a phenomenon called post-acute COVID-19 syndrome or long COVID; the patients are known as COVID long haulers.

    Dr. Levine is a pulmonary and critical care specialist who runs a post-COVID-19 clinic at the University of Maryland Medical Center and an assistant professor of medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.

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  • What doctors are learning about COVID ‘long-haulers’

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    Research is learning more about why some people who get a mild case COVID-19 end up experiencing other symptoms for months, known as ‘long-haulers.’ Doctors say they often have symptoms that resemble a common blood circulation disorder known as POTS.

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  • Covid Long-Haulers Fear for Their Future | WSJ

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    A significant number of Covid-19 patients are dealing with symptoms long after the initial infection. The Wall Street Journal asked four patients to share their stories about how lingering effects are affecting their lives.

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  • COVID-19 Long-Haulers: Patients Share Lasting Impact Of Virus | TODAY

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    Even with a COVID-19 vaccine available, experts are still learning about the virus itself and the potential long road to recovery. NBC’s Erin McLaughlin talks to some patients as they open up about the symptoms they’re still experiencing.
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  • Medical community scrambles to understand COVID-19 long haulers

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    They’ve become known as long haulers -- people who’ve been infected with COVID-19 but can’t seem to rid their bodies of its effects months later. Their symptoms run the gamut, from shortness of breath to heart palpitations to extreme fatigue. And this mystery has the medical community scrambling. Stephanie Sy reports.

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  • Coronavirus Pandemic Update 102: COVID 19 vs. Influenza Symptoms; Sweden; Tocilizumab; Hawaii

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    As Flu season approaches, new data sheds light on key symptom differences and timing between COVID 19 and Influenza. Dr. Seheult of also discusses the pandemic strategy in Sweden, tocilizumab (Actemra), new coronavirus outbreaks in Hawaii, and the hierarchy of clinical data. The update concludes with images of some of the possible cardiac impacts of COVID-19 (This video was recorded August 18, 2020).

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  • COVID-19 ‘long haulers’

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    Researchers found that 10% of people with COVID-19 could have debilitating symptoms for weeks or months after contracting the virus.

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  • COVID Vaccine Myths, Questions, and Rumors with Rhonda Patrick and Roger Seheult

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  • More long-term damage caused by COVID-19 than expected | COVID-19 Special

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    Thousands of people of all ages are staying sick for weeks -- even months. A study by Denmark's Aarhus University found a third of corona patients suffered long-term side effects. For some, the virus doesn't just come and go. It stays. The disease can damage the lungs, heart and brain, increasing the risk of long-term health problems.

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  • Coronavirus Pandemic Update 109: New Data From Europe As COVID 19 Infections Rise

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    As confirmed COVID-19 cases rise in Europe (but COVID 19 deaths remain relatively low), Dr. Roger Seheult of discusses what we may be able to learn from the European data. The average age of coronavirus infection has changed significantly from the first wave as the percentage of positive tests rise. (This video was recorded on September 29, 2020).


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  • Dr. Steven Sheris on unique treatments for COVID long-haulers | COVID-19 Update for April 5, 2021

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    Dr. Steven Sheris from Atlantic Health details his health system’s COVID Recovery Center, and its approach to treating COVID long-haulers by providing patients with staff who will listen to their concerns and give them hope, as physicians learn more about the disease.
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  • Hope for COVID Long-Haulers

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    Dr. Christy explains the current data on what we know about Long-Haul COVID.

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  • COVID-19 long-hauler describes long-term health effects of virus

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    Jeffrey Freedman got the coronavirus in March and was hospitalized for six weeks. He still suffers from lingering health problems.


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  • Long-haulers: A look at the long-term effects of COVID-19 and what doctors have discovered

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    Science around COVID-19 remains to discovered, and one of its greatest mysteries is how those infected can suffer often debilitating symptoms for weeks and months.

  • Study finds COVID-19 long haulers suffer symptoms months after coronavirus infection | ABC News

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    The first Australian study looking at the long-term impacts COVID-19 has published interim results. It found 40% of the people in the study had persistent symptoms two months after infection. The most common lingering symptoms were fatigue, shortness of breath, coughing and tightness in the chest

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  • Why Do Coronavirus Symptoms Linger For Some Survivors? | Sunday TODAY

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    The FDA granting emergency use authorization for the new Johnson & Johnson single-shot vaccine is good news in the fight to stop the spread of COVID-19. But so-called “long-haulers” are still experiencing symptoms, like loss of taste and smell, long after they’ve tested negative. Doctors are working to understand why some symptoms persist and what the years ahead might look like for survivors. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez has this week’s Sunday Focus.
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  • What Are the Long Haul Symptoms of Covid-19?

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    Health officials are seeing a small pattern of COVID-19 patients who experience prolonged symptoms after they have recovered. On the latest Road to Recovery, our Public Health lead and epidemiologist Dr. Kelly Henning explains what we know about these “long haul” symptoms, and the research needed to learn more.

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  • The mystery of COVID-19 long haulers months-long symptoms

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    Months after testing negative, thousands of patients around the world — known as ‘long haulers — continue to face serious and often mysterious symptoms: skin rashes, short-term memory loss, shortness of breath and the loss of smell and taste. Two patients with long-haul symptoms, Hannah Wei and Hannah Davis, join Adrian Cheung to talk about their experiences with COVID-19 and why they’re pushing for more research into a virus with wide-ranging and unknown long-term effects.

  • COVID-19 long-haulers still fighting lingering symptoms

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    COVID-19 long-haulers in the Kansas City area might have cause for new hope with the formation of a new clinic.

  • Long term symptoms after COVID infection

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    The key takeaway of this study is that in people who have coronavirus who may not actually be that sick when they are acutely infected, they may then go on to develop long-term symptoms of COVID, including fatigue and loss of taste or smell.
    A bout with COVID-19 does not need to be severe to leave behind lingering, debilitating symptoms. In a percentage of people, fatigue, loss of smell and taste, and other problems can continue to lessen quality of life and diminish the ability to carry out routine daily tasks for several months after the acute Illness.

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    Subramani Seetharama, MD, Chief of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hartford Healthcare, speaks about the COVID Recovery Center and what long term effects people are suffering from COVID-19. Still studying effects at the post COVID Recovery Center, symptoms can include headaches, fatigue, neurological symptoms, and brain fog. The center offers multidisciplinary care for patients.

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    A new study in Nature Medicine indicates coronavirus patients who felt more than five symptoms in the first week of infection were more likely to become COVID long-haulers. Ann Wallace, an associate professor of English at New Jersey City University, has been living with long-haul COVID-19 for almost a year. She joined CBSN to discuss why those with long COVID often feel invisible and ignored.

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  • Coronavirus victims who now suffer long-term symptoms l GMA

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    One in ten people who had COVID-19 reported long-term symptoms in a new study and while they recover at home many are still unwell in need of help.
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  • Doctors baffled by Covid-19 long hauler patients

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    For some patients diagnosed with coronavirus, the symptoms can linger on for months. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta spoke with some of the so-called long haulers who are living a nightmare that has medical experts scratching their heads. #CNN #News

  • The Long-Term Effects of COVID-19

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    Months after having #covid19, many people still suffer lingering effects of the disease. Northwestern Medicine infectious disease specialist Irfan Hafiz, MD, explains why physicians are concerned about more than the immediate effects of a COVID-19 infection.

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  • North Texas long haulers deal with effects of COVID-19 for weeks, even months

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  • Study investigates why COVID-19 survivors have long-term side effects

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    They are called COVID-19 longhaulers because they are still battling the virus months after they recover. Cynthia Mulligan looks at how these survivors are supporting each other and the study investigating why some aren't getting better.

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  • Coronavirus: Long-Term Side Effects | COVID-19: Long-Term Lung Damage || Practo

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    What are the long-term effects of COVID-19? Who gets affected the most? Are there any short-term effects of COVID-19? How can we prevent the long-term effects of Coronavirus? Dr Regina Joseph, a general physician with over 26 years of experience, expounds upon the long and short-term effects of Coronavirus and ways to prevent them.

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    0:22 Who gets affected the most?

    0:46 Short-term effects of Coronavirus?

    1:47 Long-term effects of Coronavirus?

    2:40 How to prevent the long-term effects of Coronavirus?

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    Video Transcript:
    Introduction
    In age groups of less than 10 years, we have not seen much of the death rate while we have seen more of death rate which goes up, in age groups over 51 to 75 years.

    Who gets affected the most
    Patients who have comorbid conditions, means they have existing diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular issues, suffers from renal failure or have pre-existing cardiac disorders. So, these are the patients who become more vulnerable and this is found more in the age group of about 60 years of age group and less than 10 years of age group.

    Short-term effects
    The short-term effects, seen in the mild to moderate cases of infection, could be in terms of stomach ache, diarrhoea and dizziness, fever, cold, runny nose, fatigue and muscle weakness. These are most commonly seen in the last six to seven months when we are still in the pandemic of COVID-19. And usually, the recovery is hundred per cent in most of these cases and they recovered in about two to three weeks.

    Long-term effects
    Patients have been found to have a lot of long-term physical effects have been in terms of respiratory issues - the lungs going to pulmonary fibrosis either because of the sepsis or it is because of long-term utilisation of the mechanical ventilator. The patient also develops cardiovascular complications. Long-term effects are seen in terms of cardiac patients having Myocarditis and also in case of the central nervous system. We are seeing a lot of patient having dizziness and unexplained unconsciousness. Associated mental stress could be because of the disease itself or sometimes it is because of the patient being dependent on the mechanical ventilator and goes into depression or other psychiatry associated disorders.

    We have also seen patients who’ve gone on isolation/loneliness- and I think globally we’ve all noticed an increase in the number of cases of depression or suicidal tendency. This is mainly because of the financial crisis and also the unemployment rate which has gone up, that has contributed to the mental stressors.

    Preventing long-term effects
    The only way we can prevent it is maybe these kinds of patients who need rehabilitation - they need supportive therapy, nutritional supplements and they need a lot of physiotherapy.

    Maybe by following all the preventive measures such as home sanitization, personal hygiene, drinking sufficient water. wearing masks and keeping yourself socially distanced, to a greater extent we may be able to be protected by the COVID-19 infection.

  • In-Depth: Doctors discuss long-term effects of COVID-19

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    Six months after the Pandemic started, doctors are just now beginning to see how Coronavirus affects people on a long-term basis. ABC 10News Reporter Jared Aarons goes In-Depth with doctors for more information on what survivors are now calling, Long COVID.

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    Nearly one year into this pandemic, over 10,000 long-haulers are still experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.

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    About 10% of those who contract COVID-19 have long-lasting symptoms. Hear from COVID long-haulers on their experience.

  • COVID-19 Long Haulers - First Choice Neurology - Jeffrey Gelblum, MD

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    Managing your Covid Symptoms over the Long Haul presented by Jeffrey Gelblum, MD.

    Dr. Jeffrey Gelblum will talk about patients struggling with residual neurologic symptoms including headache, brain fog, nerve pain, fatigue, poor sleep, or vertigo from COVID-19. The coronavirus can affect the central and peripheral nervous systems.

    Dr. Gelblum has successfully treated thousands of patients over a quarter-century, from South Florida, and around the world. He is considered a global thought leader in the neurologic treatment of dementia, seizure disorders, Parkinson’s, Familial Amyloid Polyneuropathy, trauma, and chronic pain, and has hosted educational symposia in the U.S. and overseas. He maintains numerous research FDA-sponsored affiliations, providing patients immediate access to promising new treatment protocols.
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  • COVID-19 long-haulers struggle with debilitating symptoms long after infection

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    There are thousands like Ty Godwin, suffering from symptoms of the coronavirus long after they've had the disease. Scientists and doctors call them COVID-19 long-haulers because their symptoms remain for a long time.

  • Post-COVID-19 clinics help long-hauler patients who exhibit symptoms months after infection

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    There have been more than 20 million confirmed coronavirus cases in the U.S. At least 10%, or 2 million people are considered long-haulers, meaning they still have debilitating symptoms weeks to months after getting the virus. Dr. Tara Narula goes inside some of the specialty clinics for long-haulers that are popping up nationwide, showing how critical their situation is.

  • COVID Symptoms - Long Haulers

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  • Treating Long-Haul COVID-19 Symptoms | Temple Health

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    Recovery from COVID-19 can be a long process for some people. These long-haulers may experience symptoms such as shortness of breath, coughing and fatigue. The Post-COVID Recovery Clinic located at the Temple Lung Center may be able to help patients return to their daily activities and feel more like themselves again.

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    VIDEO TRANSCRIPT

    PAT MULHALL: Hello.
    PATIENT: Hello.
    PAT MULHALL: How are you? Pat Mulhall, nice to meet you.

    PAT MULHALL: Recovery from COVID can be a longer process than we would like. People truly are feeling short of breath longer than we'd expect and longer than we'd hoped. These long-haulers are struggling to breathe and struggling to function. They're coughing. They're having lots of mucus every day. They're fatigued all day, and they're short of breath. What we've done is we set up this Post-COVID-19 Recovery Clinic where they're seeing a pulmonologist, somebody who's seen a lot of this COVID and knows how to treat it, who knows things to look out for that could be troublesome down the road.

    DAN SALERNO: Since the beginning of the pandemic back in March, April, we were managing some of the sickest patients with COVID-19 lung failure.

    PAT MULHALL: Temple Lung Center is a national leader in pulmonary medicine. We have been in a leader in dealing with COVID-19 patients since the start, since the forefront of this disease coming to the United States. We have been involved in countless clinical trials. Our Post-COVID Recovery Clinic, the focus is on the patient and getting them back to who they were before COVID changed their life.

    DAN SALERNO: Our multidisciplinary team for the COVID Recovery Clinic include the physicians, pulmonary critical care from our group. We have all level of options, from pharmacological treatment.

    PAT MULHALL: There's a respiratory therapist, somebody who's going to teach you how to breathe better again. We're looking at pulmonary testing. We're doing oxygen studies in clinic.

    DAN SALERNO: They also help us with pulmonary rehabilitation for those patients that we send there, even for the extreme cases. We're a big lung transplant center. This is a disease that we're all learning about together. This is a disease that we've all been impacted by, even if we didn't want to. If this is you or somebody you know, it's easy to come and be seen and get an appointment. And a pulmonologist will see you and go over your concerns to help get you back to normal.

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