While coronaviruses are common causes of mild to moderate upper respiratory tract illnesses, the new coronavirus that has caused the COVID-19 pandemic can lead to several lung damage and viral pneumonia. In the early months of the pandemic, doctors struggled to keep patients breathing, focusing mainly on treating damage to the lung and circulatory systems. But how does COVID-19 affect the nervous system? There has been growing evidence for neurological effects—both acute and long-term in patients who have been infected. Let’s dive in to explore more on how this virus wreaks havoc on the nervous system.
Find out more about neurological complications of COVID-19 here with Dr. Allen Aksamit Jr., a Mayo Clinic neurologist.
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