Are there more and more long-term sick people with Covid-19?

The FAZ Knowledge Podcast with Joachim Müller-Jung and Sibylle Anderl
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It is not over: What we now know about people infected with corona, who suffer from the consequences of the infection for months – and often were not even seriously ill. Current papers and theses on “Long-Covid”.

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Joachim Müller-Jung

Editor in the features section, responsible for the “Nature and Science” section.

Sibylle Anderl

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The publications for this podcast:

Self-experience report of an intensive care doctor: Jeffrey Siegelman, JAMA, 2020, “Reflections of a COVID-19 Long Hauler”

Current FAZ article (with further examples from cardiology): Nicola von Lutterotti, “The Drama After”

Clinical follow-up: Vineet Chopra et al, Annals of Internal Medicine, 2020, “Sixty-Day Outcomes Among Patients Hospitalized With COVID-19”

Long-Covid-Symptome: Carole Sudre et al, medRxiv, 2020, “Attributes and predictors of Long-COVID: analysis of COVID cases and their symptoms 1collected by the Covid Symptoms Study App”

On the exhaustion syndrome: Liam Townsend et al, PlosOne, 2020, ” Persistent fatigue following SARS-CoV-2 infection is common and independent of severity of initial infection”


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