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Sepsis survival has lessons for severe COVID-19 care, recovery
Timothy M. Smith
Publisher or Source:
American Medical Association
Type of Media:
Media Originally for:
Critical Care Physicians,General Public,General Medical Professionals,Nurses and/or Other Critical Care Medical Professionals
Country of Origin:
United States of America (the)
Primary Focus of Media:
Post Intensive Care Syndrome (PICS)
Surviving severe COVID-19 means surviving viral sepsis. And while there is little published data on long-term outcomes of severe COVID-19, what is known is that recovering from sepsis caused by other pathogens is a long and difficult process that includes, among other things, increased odds of cognitive impairment and functional limitations—even down to inability to bathe, toilet or dress independently.
A recent Viewpoint essay published in JAMA, “Recovery From Severe COVID-19: Leveraging the Lessons of Survival From Sepsis,” calls out the lessons physicians should take from sepsis cases generally to prevent overly intensive ICU practices and promote speedier recovery for COVID-19 patients.
The AMA is closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more at the AMA COVID-19 resource center. Also check out pandemic resources available from the AMA Code of Medical Ethics, JAMA Network™ and AMA Journal of Ethics, and consult the AMA’s physician guide to COVID-19.
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