Skill Checkup: A 50-Year-Old Man Who Recovered From COVID-19 Is Still Experiencing Persistent Fatigue

Enrico Brunetti, MD


May 11, 2023

According to the European Respiratory Society (ERS) and the Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care, signs and symptoms that persist for > 12 weeks and cannot be explained by an alternative diagnosis are indicative of long COVID.

Because this patient continues to experience COVID-19 symptoms 4 months after diagnosis, his physician suspects long COVID.


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