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