Prise en charge pratique de l’affection post-Covid-19. Mise à jour et illustration par des situations cliniques [Practical management of post-COVID-19 condition. Update and illustration by clinical situations]

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November 8, 2023

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I. Kokkinakis et al., « Prise en charge pratique de l’affection post-Covid-19. Mise à jour et illustration par des situations cliniques [Practical management of post-COVID-19 condition. Update and illustration by clinical situations] », Serveur académique Lausannois, ID : 10.53738/REVMED.2023.19.849.2094


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Persistent manifestations of COVID-19, known as «long COVID» or post-COVID-19 condition (RA02, CIM-11), affect many infected individuals, with a 24-month prevalence depending on the studies context (18 % in a recent Swiss study). The diversity of clinical presentation, the sometimes complex diagnostic methods, and the multidisciplinary management highlight the importance of a holistic approach, with practical advice for assessing work capacity in the outpatient setting. This article offers an update and synthesis of current knowledge concerning post-COVID-19 condition with practical recommendations for primary care medicine, illustrated by real clinical situations.

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