87% of global physicians feel there is a lack of long COVID-19 treatment guidelines 

Eighty-seven percent of global physicians feel there is a lack of guidelines to treat patients with long COVID-19, a survey published Oct. 11 from Sermo found. 

Researchers surveyed more than 1,100 global physicians online between Sept. 22 and Sept. 26. 

Three key findings: 

  • Eighty-six percent of respondents felt there is a lack of clinical guidance on how to diagnose long COVID-19.

  • Sixty-two percent of respondents reported seeing an uptick in patients with long COVID-19 symptoms.

  • Seventy-seven percent of respondents reported an observed increase in mental health issues with patients dealing with long COVID-19.

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