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Social & Science Special Series: After COVID-19: Anticipating Needs for Respiratory & Neuromuscular Rehabilitation - Shared screen with speaker view
David Fuller
44:52
Russ - is anyone to your knowledge looking at mitochondria in covid-19?
Karen Hegland
47:35
Tuesday
Karen Hegland
47:41
noon - 1pm
eplowman
47:42
Tuesday noon
David Fuller
48:17
Nice job Russ. Very informative.
Gordon Mitchell
53:57
If there is enough interest, I will try to book Linc or Phil or Fred to talk about PICS?
rthepple@ufl.edu
54:20
It interests me for sure
David Fuller
55:44
yes please. Let’s do that.
Jay Nair
01:12:45
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?
Arash Tadjalli
01:15:22
Along the same line of thought as shared by Jay: Estrogen has an immunosuppressive effect within the CNS
David Fuller
01:16:41
Is anyone at UF / CRRR thinking about pulmonary function testing (or any functional testing) in recovered COVID patients?
bksmith@ufl.edu
01:17:02
I think it would be a great idea
David Fuller
01:17:43
There are lots of funding opportunities - perhaps we should pursue? Long term impact of covid on PFT would be important
Karen Hegland
01:17:51
Dave, we are writing a supplement to look at that in our PD patients who may get COVID
bksmith@ufl.edu
01:18:07
PFT and other aspects of phrenic motor function
David Fuller
01:18:23
Excellent! Can you buzz in and mention that to the group?
Ashley Ross
01:21:29
I’m wondering, are they doing PFT in patients w COVID currently?
David Fuller
01:21:44
a classic Danny Martin quote.
David Fuller
01:24:19
very exciting Karen. Can you also test non-PD recovered COVID patients? Or is that outside the scope of what you are proposing.
Karen Hegland
01:26:20
Dave that’s a great suggestion. We can certainly write that group specifically into the supplement.
Karen Hegland
01:26:41
Just in case our existing controls don’t include COVID recovered participants.
Karen Hegland
01:27:35
Thanks everyone, I have to jump onto another meeting. I appreciate the information and conversation!
Arash Tadjalli
01:54:01
How long after LPS was this?
David Fuller
01:58:38
Russ and Tom - this was excellent. Very comprehensive and thought provoking. Thanks for your time and effort.
David Fuller
02:01:34
apologies, but I have to log off for a family commitment. thanks again! -Dave
bksmith@ufl.edu
02:01:54
I need to go as well, but enjoyed the discussion. Thank you!
Heather Dow
02:04:10
Great discussion. I have to sign off. Thank you all for your contributions and discussion.
Ela Sajjadi
02:08:01
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?
Erica Dale
02:08:59
Thanks, everyone. Great talks and discussion! Gotta run.
Wendy Olsen
02:09:57
Thank you!
Arash Tadjalli
02:10:06
Thank you
Alicia Vose
02:10:07
Great talks, thanks!!
Ela Sajjadi
02:10:07
Thank you great talks :)
Michela Mir
02:10:10
Thank you!
Yasin Seven
02:10:13
Thank you...