Parc Taulí conducts a research study to identify and treat the physical, cognitive and emotional disorders of COVID-19 patients who have undergone ICU

Parc Taulí conducts a research study to identify and treat the physical, cognitive and emotional disorders of COVID-19 patients who have undergone ICU 1080 640 Communication Parc Taulí

The team of "Translational Research in Pathophysiology Associated with the Critically Ill" of the Research and Innovation Institute of the Parc Taulí (I3PT), integrated into CIBERES, is carrying out a study that aims to identify the physical and cognitive sequelae and emotional problems that COVID-19 patients who have been discharged from the ICU may be suffering from and who, in addition to monitoring their own illness, may also require specific treatment, physical and / or cognitive rehabilitation and emotional support. .

The study, which has been funded with a grant of 180.000 euros from the COVID-19 Fund of the Carlos III Health Institute, is led by post-doctoral researcher specializing in Neuropsychology and CIBERSAM researcher, Sol Fernández-Gonzalo, and has with a multidisciplinary research team made up of neuropsychologists, intensivists, specialists in rehabilitative medicine and mental health, nursing staff, physiotherapists, and other biomedical researchers at Parc Taulí.

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