Quotation: “The categorization of Long COVID based upon clinical manifestation subphenotypes, and the development of testing schedules to identify the presence a causative factor or factors responsible for Long Hauler scenarios”.
The US CDC and the British National Health authorities have reviewed cases of COVID in which patients had had symptoms that had persisted some four or more weeks after the initial acute infection had passed [1,2]. Both US and British Authorities placed these patients under the heading of Long COVID .
Robert-A Ollar. “Expanding the Number of Useful Markers in Classifying Cases of Long COVID”. EC Pulmonology and Respiratory Medicine 12.2 (2023): 01-02.
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