Neurological Complications of COVID-19: Understanding the Impact and Management

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought attention to the various ways the virus affects the body, including its impact on the nervous system. This session focuses on understanding the neurological complications associated with COVID-19 and exploring their management strategies.

During this session, experts will present the latest research findings on the neurological manifestations of COVID-19. They will discuss the diverse range of neurological complications observed, such as encephalopathy, stroke, Guillain-Barré syndrome, and anosmia. Presentations will delve into the underlying mechanisms, including direct viral invasion, immune-mediated responses, and hypercoagulability. Discussions will revolve around diagnostic approaches and management strategies for neurological complications in COVID-19 patients. Experts will highlight the importance of early recognition, comprehensive neurological assessment, and multidisciplinary care in optimizing patient outcomes. The session will also address the long-term effects and potential neurorehabilitation needs of COVID-19 survivors. Furthermore, the session will explore ongoing research efforts and emerging evidence regarding the neurological complications of COVID-19. Experts will discuss the implications for public health, vaccination strategies, and future preparedness.

By attending this session, clinicians, researchers, and healthcare professionals will gain valuable insights into the neurological complications associated with COVID-19. They will be updated on the latest research, diagnostic approaches, and management strategies. The session aims to foster collaboration, inspire further research endeavors, and ultimately improve the care and outcomes of individuals affected by COVID-19-related neurological complications.

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