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One of the first reports to characterize sleep disturbances in the context of long COVID finds that risk is increased by Black race, COVID-19 hospitalization and mood symptoms.
Novel hybrid telehealth model enables caregivers to combat the effects of isolation while managing geriatric patients in the comfort of their own homes.
A veteran epileptologist shares how pandemic-spurred virtual visits have brought her closer to her patients and yielded other unexpected benefits.
Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) appears to be a component of long COVID in some people following even mild SARS-CoV-2 infection, a large case series suggests.
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Rates of cerebrovascular injury from acute respiratory distress syndrome may not be elevated in the setting of COVID-19 infection, but the latter may be associated with a unique pathophysiology deserving further research.
New data suggests that cancer patients with COVID-19 fare better when treated in urban centers than when managed in population-dense city facilities, regardles of region.
Due in part to a unique infrastructure model along with consistent communication at all levels, Cleveland Clinic was able to remain agile in its response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Findings from a new Cleveland Clinic-led study point to specific immuno-inflammatory factors that could be therapeutically targeted to reduce morbidity and mortality in older COVID-19 patients.
Cleveland Clinic researchers investigated how COVID-19 infection during pregnancy affects mothers and their infants. The results indicate the need for long-term follow-up to catch any unforeseen health conditions related to the infection.
From testing, treatment and terminology to a potential pivot in management (dealing with permanence) and hope for a pan-coronavirus vaccine, Steven Gordon, MD, infectious disease physician, answers our questions in a recent interview.