Why Corona is not flu – about the consequences of the infection

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The FAZ Wissen podcast with Joachim Müller-Jung and Sibylle Anderl
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Plug in, heal and you’re done? Not even close. For many recovered Covid 19 patients, the way back to everyday life is difficult and lengthy. The virus often rages in so many organs that consequential damage is to be feared. A podcast episode about current findings from the clinic.

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The papers for this podcast episode:

  • Diabetes caused by Sars-CoV-2 infection:

F. Rubino et al, NO (2020), “New-Onset Diabetes in Covid-19”

J. Li et al, Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism (2020), COVID ‐19 infection may cause ketosis and ketoacidosis

Noel Pratheepan Somasundaram et al, The Journal of the Endocrine Society (2020), The Impact of SARS-Cov-2 Virus Infection on the Endocrine System

J. Hirsch et al, Clinical Investigation (2020), Acute kidney injury in patients hospitalizedwith COVID-19

Inflammatory Syndrome in Children: Michael Levin, NEJM (2020), Childhood Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome — A New Challenge in the Pandemic

  • Inflammatory syndrome in children:

Michael Levin, NEJM (2020), Childhood Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome — A New Challenge in the Pandemic

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