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- Exoskeleton program at Mount Sinai helps Jon walk again
- Why we need a deeper understanding of the pathophysiology of long COVID
The most recent estimate of people living with post-COVID-19 condition (also known as long COVID) globally has surpassed 65 million and, without clear diagnostic or treatment options available, this number is steadily increasing. There are more than 200 reported symptoms associated with long COVID, affecting virtually every organ system. Learn more in The Lancet Infectious Diseases.
- Brain Computer Interface Company Implants New Type of Device
Synchron’s procedure will help an ALS patient text by thinking, in a major step forward in a nascent industry, with the Brooklyn-based company recently overtaking Elon Musk’s Neuralink.
- Elon Musk's Neuralink Brain Chip Startup is Beaten to Human Trials
Elon Musk’s Neuralink brain computing startup has yet to receive approval from the Federal Drug Administration to implant its technology in humans. Learn more in Fortune.
- Personalized Protocols for lingering COVID-19 Symptoms
David Putrino, PhD was interviewed by NBC where he discussed the development of personalized protocols for individuals experiencing lingering COVID-19 symptoms. This interview was highlighted in Becker’s Hospital Review.
- Rehabilitation strategies for COVID-19 Recovery
David Putrino, PhD was interviewed by the New York Times and The Herald to discuss the complexity of post-COVID care recovery, especially for individuals experiencing post-intensive care syndrome.
- Chronic COVID-19 Long Term Needs
David Putrino, PhD, featured in the International Business Times, emphasizes that healthcare providers should not discount the experience of individuals with chronic COVID-19 symptoms.
- Optimizing Rehab Technology in the Outpatient Setting at the Abilities Research Center
Join Mar Cortes, MD for this exclusive digital event where she discusses how Mount Sinai successfully developed and implemented a patient-centric wellness program.
- Three Months In, These Patients Are Still Ravaged by Covid’s Fallout
Months after suffering from COIVD-19, patients are still feeling the aftereffects of the disease. Doctors across the country are studying the long-term side effects of the virus as mentioned in the The Wall Street Journal.