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COVID-19: early sequelae, long-COVID driven by gender

Liz Scherer   |   Clinical Summary   |   24 June 2022
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Takeaway

  • Some early COVID-19 sequelae (e.g., psychiatric/mood; ear, nose, or throat [ENT]; musculoskeletal; respiratory) and long-COVID-19 are significantly more likely in female patients; renal sequelae are significantly more likely in male patients.

Why this matters

  • Consider sex-based differences to guide primary and supplementary COVID-19 management....

          

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