Social & Science Special Series: After COVID-19: Anticipating Needs for Respiratory & Neuromuscular Rehabilitation - Shared screen with speaker view
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Russ - is anyone to your knowledge looking at mitochondria in covid-19?
noon - 1pm
Nice job Russ. Very informative.
If there is enough interest, I will try to book Linc or Phil or Fred to talk about PICS?
It interests me for sure
yes please. Let’s do that.
Estrogen is known to have a protective effect on ACE-2 and renin angiotensin system. Can that explain some of the age and sex dimorphism observed in the severity of COVID-19 symptom?
Along the same line of thought as shared by Jay: Estrogen has an immunosuppressive effect within the CNS
Is anyone at UF / CRRR thinking about pulmonary function testing (or any functional testing) in recovered COVID patients?
I think it would be a great idea
There are lots of funding opportunities - perhaps we should pursue? Long term impact of covid on PFT would be important
Dave, we are writing a supplement to look at that in our PD patients who may get COVID
PFT and other aspects of phrenic motor function
Excellent! Can you buzz in and mention that to the group?
I’m wondering, are they doing PFT in patients w COVID currently?
a classic Danny Martin quote.
very exciting Karen. Can you also test non-PD recovered COVID patients? Or is that outside the scope of what you are proposing.
Dave that’s a great suggestion. We can certainly write that group specifically into the supplement.
Just in case our existing controls don’t include COVID recovered participants.
Thanks everyone, I have to jump onto another meeting. I appreciate the information and conversation!
How long after LPS was this?
Russ and Tom - this was excellent. Very comprehensive and thought provoking. Thanks for your time and effort.
apologies, but I have to log off for a family commitment. thanks again! -Dave
I need to go as well, but enjoyed the discussion. Thank you!
Great discussion. I have to sign off. Thank you all for your contributions and discussion.
So could we say that the muscular pain, fatigue, etc. experienced with COVID-19-like infections is a consequence of damage to the muscle itself or is it more systemic inflamation or bi-directional?
Thanks, everyone. Great talks and discussion! Gotta run.
Great talks, thanks!!
Thank you great talks :)