Long COVID in the Long Run - 23-Month Follow-up Study of Persistent Symptoms

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Symptoms of long coronavirus disease (COVID) were found in 38% of 170 patients followed for a median of 22.6 months. The most prevalent symptoms were fatigue, affected taste and smell, and difficulties remembering and concentrating. Predictors for long COVID were older age and number of symptoms in the acute phase. Long COVID may take many months, maybe years, to resolve.

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Helmsdal, G., Hanusson, K. D., Kristiansen, M. F., Foldbo, B. M., Danielsen, M. E., Steig, B., … Petersen, M. S. (2022). Long COVID in the Long Run - 23-Month Follow-up Study of Persistent Symptoms. Open Forum Infectious Diseases, 9(7). https://doi.org/10.1093/ofid/ofac270

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