Study Highlights Need for Continued Care of COVID-19 Survivors

Study Highlights Need for Continued Care of COVID-19 Survivors

Study Highlights Need for Continued Care of COVID-19 SurvivorsPosted on October 22nd, 2020 by Dr. Francis CollinsCredit: Composed of images from GettyThe past several months have shown that most people hospitalized with COVID-19 will get better. These data were reported from a patient registry of 247 middle-aged and older COVID-19 patients. · A large proportion (42 percent) of hospitalized patients required intensive care. Reference:[1] Early clinical and sociodemographic experience with patients hospitalized with COVID-19 at a large American healthcare system. Links:Coronavirus (COVID-19) (NIH)Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston)Brigham and Women’s Hospital (Boston)Newton-Wellesley Hospital (Newton, MA)Jason Wasfy (Massachusetts General Hospital)

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