Global Insights On The Long-Term Sequelae Of Infections: Beyond COVID

Global Insights On The Long-Term Sequelae Of Infections: Beyond COVID

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Session date: May 22, 2023

Acute pneumonia has long been known to be a significant and persistent etiology of mortality worldwide. Acute bacterial and viral pulmonary infections can also lead to persistent morbidity and long-term pulmonary and extrapulmonary complications. This has recently been highlighted by the emergence of post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection (PASC). In this seminar, we aim to explore the long-term complications of other viral and bacterial pulmonary infections, highlighting the mechanisms of disease, and allowing the audience to understand differences and commonalities among these sequelae.

• Gain understanding of the range and frequency of long-term pulmonary and extra-pulmonary sequelae of bacterial and viral infections
• Describe commonalities of mechanisms of impairment from pulmonary infections
• Apply knowledge of mechanisms of impairment to improve research into the long-term sequelae of pulmonary infections

Ahmed Ddungu, MBChB, Mmed
Engi Attia, MD, MPH
Benjamin Singer, PhD
Jie Sun, PhD

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