Scientific Papers

6-month Study on Covid In Patients

The long-term health consequences of COVID-19 remain unknown. To our knowledge this its the largest study of its kind,  where the researchers were able to define what the long term health implications of may be. The patients were studied over a 6 month period. Data was matched and compared to previous, similar SARS study.

Attributes and predictors of long COVID

Long lasting coronavirus disease (COVID-19) , also known at “long haulers” is a rising aliment across the globe. Around 10% of this afflicted with COVID will contract Long Haulers. Yet, little is known as to “why” someone might contact long haulers, whereas others may not.. In thus study scientists aimed to see if there was any correlating date that would indicate that any signs that would be predictors. 

Sequelae in Adults at 6 Months After COVID-19 Infection

About 10% of individuals who contract COVID 19 will experience persistent symptoms and a decline in health-related quality of life long after the initial diagnosis. Most existing studies have focused on hospitalized individuals 30 to 90 days after illness onset Longer-term after effects in outpatients have not been well characterized. This study aims to do that. 

Long-term Health Consequences of COVID-19

There have been more than 30 million documented Coronavirus-10 infections and 1 million deaths worldwide. The spectrum of disease ranges from severe acute respiratory syndrome, to asymptomatic infection to life-threatening and fatal disease. 

Current data suggests  that approximately 20 million people globally have “recovered”, however, clinicians are treating patients whose symptoms still linger. 

Clinical Status of of Patients After Hospitalization for COVID-19

Scientists all over the globe are still trying to define “What are the clinical outcomes after hospitalization for COVID-19?” This study provides clinical status of a sample of patients 4 months after hospitalization for COVID-19 with the goal of seeing what symptoms were still present at the 4 month mark.