COVID Patients

Long COVID, short for "long-haul COVID", is the diagnosis given to a series of conditions characterized by long-term, multi-system, often severe health problems persisting or appearing after the typical recovery period of COVID-19.

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Long COVID Patients Are Far More Likely to Have Multiple Organ Abnormalities

Air pollution ‘aged’ hospital Covid patients by 10 years, study shows

Breathing New Life: Oxygen Therapy Improves Heart Function in Long COVID Patients

Pandemic fatigue and a lack of research dollars means long COVID patients are being left behind

Long Covid Patients More Likely to Have Gastrointestinal Problems, Study Finds

Shocking Report Reveals 59% of Long COVID Patients Suffer From Organ Damage a Year Later

Third of long COVID patients suffer persistent smell loss, study finds

Long COVID patients and those with other illnesses experience similar, negative lingering effects during the pandemic

Covid Patients Coming Off Ventilators Can Take Weeks to Regain Consciousness

Family members caring for COVID patients after ICU discharge face unique challenges

Nearly Half of Covid Patients Haven’t Fully Recovered Months Later, Study Finds

Most long COVID patients recover, says study

Quicker palliative care referrals needed to support severely ill COVID patients

Cancer Drug Greatly Reduces Deaths in Hospitalized Covid Patients

Over 75 Percent of Long Covid Patients Were Not Hospitalized for Initial Illness, Study Finds

WHO Endorses Pfizer’s Antiviral Pill Paxlovid For High-Risk Covid Patients But Says Benefits ‘Trivial’ For Low-Risk Groups

About 30% of COVID Patients Develop “Long COVID” – Here’s Who Is Most at Risk

About 30 percent of COVID patients develop 'Long COVID,' research finds

Self-monitoring blood oxygen at home can help COVID patients spot early warning signs, study finds

ECMO may offer sickest COVID patients chance for 'exceptional survival', study finds