A day after baby CJ’s heart stopped, twice, his parents were presented grim options. Something kept them going, a feeling that they were better prepared than most for months of continuing treatment and life-and-death decisions.
Robert Leverence, MD, chief medical officer for UT Health Physicians, discussed the critical capacity at hospitals across the city with COVID-positive patients, including children, and the importance of getting vaccinated to slow the spread.
Gabriel de Erausquin, MD, PhD, MSc, Neurology/Glenn Biggs Institute for Alzheimer’s and Neurodegenerative Diseases, had his team’s study reported in Forbes. The study found that adults over the age of 60 were likely to have issues with cognitive function after a COVID-19 infection.