Treating Long COVID: Clinician Experience with Post-Acute COVID-19 Care

Patients and clinicians in the US are reporting long-term effects of COVID-19 or long COVID. Symptoms may include cognitive difficulties, fatigue, and shortness of breath. Critical illness from COVID-19 may be the cause of persistent symptoms, but many patients with long-term effects had mild or asymptomatic acute COVID-19 infection. Presenters will share their experiences with treating long COVID and with establishing clinics that provide care for patients with these long-term effects.

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