NIH RECOVER: Study of Post-Acute Sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 Infection in Adults

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Study Overview

This study seeks to understand why some people who got COVID-19 are still sick many months after being infected, and how this affects the body. Being sick for a long time is sometimes called “Long COVID” or “PASC”, which stands for post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection. Through this study, we will learn about the different symptoms that adults have, and to understand how many adults are getting Long COVID-19, why some adults get Long COVID, the effects that Long COVID is having on the body, and what can be done to help them This study will last up to four years. Participants will answer survey questions every three months for up to four years, and will have in-person visits up to three times in the first year and once a year after that. Participants will be reimbursed for travel expenses.

Study Description

Join a study to help us learn how having COVID when pregnant affects the long-term health of the pregnant person and their baby. We'll compare people who had COVID when pregnant to those who didn't – this helps  us  learn  what’s  related  to  having Long  COVID  and  how  it  affects  their babies.

Additional Information:

We are one of the sites recruiting for the pregnancy cohort of this larger RECOVER initiative.

  • Study Identifier: 850159

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