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Ntev-Haul COVID-19 Cov tsos mob rau cov neeg mob Rheumatic

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A new study by researchers at Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) in New York City demonstrates over half of patients with rheumatic diseases who contracted COVID-19 during the pandemic and completed a COVID-19 survey, experienced so-called “long-haul” COVID, or prolonged symptoms of the infection, including loss of taste or smell, muscle aches and difficulty concentrating, for one month or longer.

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Cov kev tshawb pom pom tias qhov ntev-ntev COVID yog qhov tshwj xeeb rau cov neeg haus luam yeeb, cov neeg mob uas muaj mob xws li mob hawb pob lossis mob ntsws, mob qog noj ntshav, mob raum, mob ntshav qab zib, mob plawv tsis ua hauj lwm lossis myocardial infarction, thiab cov neeg noj corticosteroids.

"Kev paub txog qhov cuam tshuam ntawm qhov teeb meem no yog qhov tseem ceeb," said Medha Barbhaiya, MD, MPH, kws kho mob rheumatologist ntawm HSS uas tau coj txoj kev tshawb no. "Rau cov neeg mob rheumatology, ntev-ntev COVID tej zaum yuav nyuaj tshwj xeeb vim cov neeg mob no twb muaj teeb meem kev noj qab haus huv tseem ceeb thiab lav kev tshawb nrhiav ntxiv."

Dr. Barbhaiya thiab nws cov npoj yaig tau nthuav tawm lawv txoj kev tshawb fawb, "Qhov Tseem Ceeb Tseem Ceeb rau 'Long Haul' COVID-19 hauv Rheumatology Outpatients hauv New York City," ntawm American College of Rheumatology (ACR) lub rooj sib tham txhua xyoo.

Rau txoj kev tshawb no, Dr. Barbhaiya pawg tau xa email mus rau 7,505 cov txiv neej thiab cov poj niam hnub nyoog 18 xyoo thiab laus dua uas tau raug kho ntawm HSS rau kev tsis txaus siab ntawm rheumatologic ntawm xyoo 2018 thiab 2020. Cov neeg koom tau nug seb lawv puas tau txais kev kuaj pom zoo rau COVID-19 lossis yog tias lawv tau hais los ntawm tus kws kho mob hais tias lawv tau kis tus kab mob.

Cov kws tshawb fawb tau txiav txim siab ntev-ntev tus kab mob COVID-19 raws li cov tsos mob tshwm sim ntev li ib hlis lossis ntev dua, qhov xwm txheej txwv tau suav tias yog cov tsos mob ntev dua li ib hlis.

Ntawm 2,572 tus neeg uas ua tiav qhov kev tshawb fawb, ze li 56% ntawm cov neeg mob uas tau tshaj tawm tias tau cog lus rau COVID-19 tau hais tias lawv cov tsos mob tau nyob ntev li ib hlis. Tsuas yog ob tus neeg mob hauv txoj kev tshawb fawb no tau kuaj pom yav dhau los ntawm fibromyalgia - ib qho mob uas ua rau qaug zog, mob nqaij thiab lwm yam tsos mob uas tau cuam tshuam nrog ntev-ntev COVID - qhia tias kev sib tshooj ntawm ob qhov teeb meem yog tsawg.

"Peb qhov kev tshawb pom tsis tau qhia tias cov tsos mob ntawm fibromyalgia tau raug txhais tsis raug raws li qhov ntev ntawm COVID nyob rau hauv cov neeg mob uas muaj kab mob rheumatic, uas yog ib yam uas tau tsa los ua tau," Lisa A. Mandl, MD, MPH, kws kho mob rheumatologist ntawm HSS thiab Senior sau ntawm txoj kev tshawb no tshiab.

Cov kws tshawb fawb HSS npaj siv cov ntaub ntawv los ua ib feem ntawm kev soj ntsuam ntev ntawm cov neeg mob rheumatology nrog ntev-ntev COVID los txiav txim seb cov tsos mob ntawm tus kab mob cuam tshuam rau lawv cov mob rheumatologic. Kev soj ntsuam tas mus li ntawm cov neeg mob no yuav muab kev pom tseem ceeb ntawm qhov cuam tshuam mus sij hawm ntev ntawm COVID-19 hauv cov neeg mob rheumatic.

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