Wednesday, March 29, 2023

What have we learned about the symptoms of Long Covid-19? How long does it last and what treatments are recommended?

The disease mechanisms causing long Covid are unknown. Self-management of symptoms. Pacing als behandelmethode heeft niks met genezen te maken.

Long Covid is defined as suffering symptoms 12 weeks or more after diagnosis.

I approach a red light, my brain knows that it’s red, but it’s not reacting to the rest of my body to put my foot on the brake. Do you understand how terrifying that is? Path through Long Covid therapy.

At present, public-health officials are flying blind when it comes to long Covid-19 and vaccination. 

We see a very high incidence of vascular disease and blood clotting, for example, stroke and heart attack among Covid-19 patients.

The absence of protection from long Covid-19 is concerning. Genes may explain it in young, healthy adults.

Failure to recognize the scope of the illness will harm countless people around the globe. Why the WHO not embrace the term ‘long Covid‘.

Heart damage from Covid-19 extends well beyond the disease’s initial stages. Even people who were never sick enough to require hospitalisation are in danger of developing heart failure and deadly blood clots a year later.

What do we know about Long Covid-19 amongst the vaccinated? Sadly, not much!

Long Covid-19: de gevolgen voor haar zijn groot. Werken, studeren en sociaal doen op één dag kan ik niet meer.

With kids and long Covid-19, there are more questions than answers.

The effectiveness of rest and pacing should not just be an option for those of us with the economic privilege to access early care, but a reality for everyone who has remained ill after a Covid-19 infection.

Tracking 2 million people with the following health problems: pain; breathing difficulties; high cholesterol; malaise and fatigue; high blood pressure; intestinal symptoms; migraines; skin problems; heart abnormalities; sleep disorders and mental health conditions like anxiety and depression.

This leaflet provides basic exercises and advice for adults who have been severely unwell and admitted to the hospital with Covid-19. Recovery is possible.

Waves and waves of long-haul Covid-19 patients who remain sick long after retesting negative for the virus. It’s as if all the energy has been sucked from my soul and my bones.

An estimated 1 in 20 Covid-19 patients are likely to suffer from some long-term effects, but doctors still don’t know why or how best to care for them. Digital twins promise to investigate a major medical mystery.

Two studies released last week emphasized how common it is for Covid-19 survivors to require care months after their infection.

Long Covid-19 is one of the most devastating outcomes of the pandemic, and will likely put a strain on our society and economy for years to come

We don’t know how to treat this yet. We don’t even understand what’s going on yet. But just know you’re not alone. And that’s the kind of conversation that needs to be happening. Because we can wait, but we can’t have the doctor’s anxiety being projected onto us as patients.

Long-haulers who tested negative experienced the same set of symptoms as those who tested positive, which suggests that they truly do have Covid-19. 

Millions of Covid-19 survivors worldwide are reporting long-term symptoms months later, including brain fog, persistent exhaustion, and lung, heart or kidney damage.

The study can serve as a reminder that recovered patients, especially those who were initially in serious condition required more and longer medical care.

Long-haulers are struggling to gain recognition in countries around the world. In China, where the pandemic was suppressed early and media have emphasized stories celebrating the country’s success, they’re increasingly fading from the public consciousness.

Crucially, like many multi-disciplinary teams for chronic conditions, a comprehensive one-stop shop is vital for people who can’t manage multiple visits to different specialists.

It’s going to be a little bit frightening and a little bit enlightening, both about how Covid-19 affects dementia risk, but also what other lifestyle and genetic protective factors can influence risk as well.

He believes the lung damage identified by the Xenon scans may be one of the factors behind long Covid-19, where people feel unwell for several months after infection.

Het St. Antonius Ziekenhuis heeft een app in gebruik genomen die het mogelijk maakt dat coronapatiënten onder bepaalde voorwaarden eerder naar huis kunnen om daar verder te herstellen. 

You never really cure lupus. They have flares, and they get better and they have flares again. And that may have something to do with autoantibody memory.

Stay active, move and walk around the house, go up and down stairs!

Recurring symptoms affecting everything from breathing, the brain, the heart and cardiovascular system to the kidneys, the gut, the liver and the skin.

The numbers of people, often with mild infections, reporting symptoms for weeks or months, including neurological symptoms, fatigue, and brain fog.

The uniqueness of the way the virus attacks the host and the different ways it then alters the way cells behave seem to be both giving people more severe infection than other viruses and persistent symptoms

Even before Covid-19, damaging inflammation was recognised as the root cause of death for many diseases, including influenza, sepsis, heart disease, cancer, diabetes and chronic kidney, liver and autoimmune diseases. However, emerging recognition of the chronic health impact of the Covid-19 pandemic brings renewed concern.

Diederik Gommers heeft laten weten dat hij met een groep sceptici in gesprek wil en ik heb gezegd dat hij mij dan ook mag bellen. Ik vind het belangrijk dat we met elkaar in gesprek blijven.

Tens of thousands of people have been reporting post-Covid-19 health complications from across the world. Thrombosis is common 

Our patients’ quality of life has been affected, and we need to help them confront the isolation they have had and help them deal with it.

Die pleister registreert ademhaling, hartslag en beweging van de patiënt en geeft via een draadloze verbinding de verpleging een seintje als het niet goed gaat, zodat die kan gaan kijken. 

After a trauma, there are five essential elements to buffer against adverse effects. These are things that enhance a sense of safety, calming, social connectedness, self-reliance, and hope and optimism. Altruism is one of the most powerful tools against negative thinking and inward focus. It is absolutely possible to survive, it’s absolutely possible to recover.

Het coronavirus en de revalidatiesector: relevante links en documenten in verband met Covid-19. Herstel, richtlijnen en en handreikingen.


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