Emerging sequela of the long COVID syndrome and potential therapeutic interventions presented by David M. Wheeler M. Ed., RRT-NPS, FAARC

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The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a growing population of individuals recovering from severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 infection. Accumulating observational data suggest that these patients may experience a wide range of symptoms after recovery from acute illness, referred to by several terms including “long COVID,” “post-COVID conditions,” and “postacute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection.

In this presentation, Professor Wheeler will discuss the management and potential therapeutic interventions of adults during the postacute and chronic recovery phase from COVID-19, which is based upon evolving evidence.

David M. Wheeler M. Ed., RRT-NPS, FAARC has been an educator, researcher, administrator, and clinician in various settings spending the majority of his time in both the adult and pediatric critical care environments. Currently David is the Director of Clinical Education and Experience for the Master of Science in Respiratory Care program at Jacksonville University. David remains a collaborator with the McCurry Lung Lab at the Cleveland Clinic examining Ex Vivo Lung Perfusion protocols for the reconditioning of donated human lungs.


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Wed, Feb, 22, 2023 @ 05:30 PM (EST) to
Wed, Feb, 22, 2023 @ 06:30 PM (EST)

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Wed, Feb, 22, 2023


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