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A. The Journal Club:

Long COVID – Clinical Deep Dive, May 11, 2022

Join our host and speaker, Diane Sanders-Cepeda, DO, CMD, as we head down the rabbit hole and explore clinical cases, literature, and guidance while continuing the dialogue on the impact of Long COVID, aka. Post-Acute Sequala of COVID (PASC), across the PALTC continuum.

Our learning objectives for this session were:

  1. Review current insight into the pathophysiology of Post-Acute Sequala of COVID and duration of this condition.
  2. Evaluate the current literature and anecdotal knowledge around Post–Acute Sequala of COVID.
  3. Assess our ability to recognize and diagnosis this condition across the PALTC continuum.
  4. Discuss clinical interventions and medical management under investigation for Post-Acute Sequala of COVID.
  5. Create a dialogue around guidance and guidelines for the management of Post-Acute Sequala of COVID across the PALTC continuum.

We reviewed the following articles:

  1. American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation - Phase-Adapted Rehabilitation for Acute Coronavirus Disease-19 Patients and Patient With Long-term Sequelae of Coronavirus Disease-19
  2. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society - Post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection in nursing homes: Do not forget the most vulnerable
  3. Mayo Clinic Proceedings - Long-Term Effects of COVID-19
  4. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health - Defining Post-COVID Symptoms (Post-Acute COVID, Long COVID, Persistent Post-COVID): An Integrative Classification

  5. Click here to view the May 11, 2022 Edition of the Journal Club
    Click here to access the PowerPoint Slides

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