Timestamps & Topics
00:3:45 – COVID-19 | What does survival look like?
00:7:50 – The impact of underlying medical conditions and COVID-19
00:9:50 – What is ‘Long-COVID’?
00:15:00 – Recent research of Long-COVID following hospitalization
00:20:50 – Long-COVID following mild and asymptomatic infection
00:27:55 – COVID’s potential effect on the brain: UK MRI study
00:31:00 – Neuropsychiatric & cognitive impairment from COVID-19
00:35:25 – So what? What does all of this mean for us in the long term?
00:40:20 – Inflammation of the heart (myocarditis) & kidney injury
1:03:00 – Q&A
Dr. Paul Carson is a physician with Board Certifications in internal medicine and infectious diseases. With over 30 years of clinical practice and academic appointments, he is currently the Medical Director of the Center for Immunization Research and Education (CIRE) at North Dakota State University (NDSU) and teaches in the NDSU public health graduate program. Before coming to NDSU, he held positions as the Department Chair of Infectious Diseases, Director of Clinical Research, Associate Director for the Internal Medicine residency, and Chief Quality Officer at MeritCare/Sanford Health in Fargo, ND. He was also a Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine at the UND School of Medicine. Dr. Paul Carson receives no funding from any pharmaceutical companies and has no financial conflicts of interest to disclose.
Read more about Dr. Carson’s qualifications at www.ndsu.edu/centers/immunize