COVID-19 effects linger long after symptoms are resolved
Medical experts say those who survive the novel coronavirus are likely to have long-lasting physical effects.
They have issues with cognition, where they have problems thinking they have issues with their lung function so it doesn't completely back to normal. Even when they have gotten off the ventilator, have even gotten off oxygen and are going home, Dr Todd Rice says It's very common for former. I see you patients to experience a variety of medical issues, and they can affect all aspects of a person's life. Data stay, and this is not for covert him. But we expect the cove. It will be similar today to say that up the half of them aren't able to go back to a job at a year. Even those patients who are not as severe and are not admitted to the I C U for their covert illness are facing issues. They get better and they go home. But they have a late complication or an infection or a clot, something like that that brings them back in the hospital. And we know from other other studies in other diseases that cause similar sorts of respiratory failure and needing the ventilator that people will continue to get better lung function for up to even a year after they get out of the hospital on, they'll continue to get better physical function. Their cognition will get better