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Some Infected with COVID-19 Face Long-Lasting Effects

“You figure that as of today 16 million people have been infected with COVID. That really means that more than a million and a half people may have long hauler syndrome, which means they’re still suffering from one symptom or another that they never had prior to the onset of COVID,” Gaylis said.
Kristi Krueger, Anchor/Health Reporter

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Las Secuelas del Covid

En enero del 2021 el Dr. Gaylis tiene planeado con la aprobación del FDA hacer estudios sobre las secuelas del COVID que cumplen con los criterios de inclusión con Leronlimab, un anticuerpo monoclonal desarrollado por Cytodyn.
DR. NORMAN GAYLIS

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What it’s Like to Live with Psoriatic Arthritis During the Pandemic: ‘This Disease Does Not Define You’

The good news, says Norman Gaylis, MD, a rheumatologist in Aventura, Florida, is that recent reports suggest that the immunosuppressant medications that many PsA patients are currently on may not actually put them at a higher risk for complications from COVID, as doctors initially thought. Still, Gaylis says patients should continue to practice social distancing, mask wearing, and proper hand hygiene. He also says it's extremely important for PsA patients to keep in touch with their doctors and stay on their suggested protocols.
Joanne Sagliani

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South Florida Physician Seeks COVID-19 Long-Haulers For Study On Monoclonal Antibody Drug

The long-hauler syndrome is "thought to be a result of a post-reactive inflammatory response to the COVID that affects the immune system—which creates many different symptoms in the patient," said Dr. Norman Gaylis, who's conducting the study.
Verónica Zaragovia

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Could arthritis drugs protect against COVID-19?

Dr. Norman Gaylis and others in his field have noticed that patients on one of two biologic infusion agents have a lower incidence of infection from COVID-19 or, if infected, were asymptomatic.
Kristi Krueger, Anchor/Health Reporter

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South Florida COVID-19 patients part of Long Haulers Syndrome study

South Florida rheumatologist Dr. Norman Gaylis is among the first to begin enrolling patients in the study, which was just given the green light by the Food and Drug Administration. Learn More
www.local10.com

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6 Ways Psoriatic Arthritis Can Affect Your Nails

Having brittle nails doesn’t necessarily mean that you have also developed nail psoriasis, but it is worth watching for if you have psoriatic arthritis. It's a good idea to protect weak nails by wearing gloves whenever you're participating in activities where they could break.
Perri O. Blumberg

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COVID-19 Morning Report

The drug Gaylis is studying, Vyrologix, is a monoclonal antibody researchers hope will be able to block that reaction. Monoclonal antibodies are man-made proteins that function like human antibodies in our immune system.
John Davis, Tom Urban, Stephanie Colombini, Verónica Zaragovia, Blaise Gainey

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COVID-19 Long Hauler Hopes to Benefit From Local FDA Trial Therapy

Those are just some of the symptoms that Musser described as he still has extreme fatigue and trouble walking at times. According to Dr. Norman Gaylis, Musser isn't the only one suffering.
Amanda Plasencia

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Drug Trial Could Bring Relief, Help for COVID-19 Long Haulers

This is what it feels like to be a COVID-19 long hauler. “It's all as a result of the initial COVID infection causing the immune response to create all these unusual, bizarre events,” says Dr. Norman Gaylis, a rheumatologist who now helps coronavirus long haulers.
Stephanie Stone

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Jogger Who Had COVID Knew Something was Wrong After his Run — Very Wrong

LONG HAULERS’ SYNDROME Some patients exhibit symptoms months after they have tested negative for COVID-19. These so-called long haulers often complain of body and joint pain, persistent coughing, brain fog, fatigue as well as symptoms more commonly associated with heart problems such as chest pain, shortness of breath, and heart palpitations.
MIMI WHITEFIELD SPECIAL TO THE MIAMI HERALD

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Planean Estudio Para Pacientes con Secuelas de Coronavirus

Un equipo de médicos bajo la tutela del Dr. Norman Gaylis en Aventura y el Sur de la Florida estan por iniciar un nuevo estudio precisamente para ver como ayudan a los pacientes con estas secuelas.

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Videos

Abby sharing her story in Live on CNN with Norman B. Gaylis, MD

“I’m almost nine months into this nightmare that I’m living. I’ve seen 40 doctors, I’ve been to the ER five times, I’ve been hospitalized twice, and I still don’t have answers.” Abby Gresko Barclay has had ongoing coronavirus symptoms for nine months.

Michael Jaar sharing his story on Local 10 with Norman B. Gaylis, MD

Michael Jaar suffered swollen joints after being affected by Covid19. Dr. Gaylis find treatments for his long hauler symptoms. Long hauler syndrome can affect more than 10% of COVID-19 patients, including those with either serious or mild symptoms during their initial period with the virus.

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An Interview with Dr. Norman Gaylis
Bacterial Monarthritis Due to Neisseria Meningitidis
Comparision of in-office Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Discontinuation of Corticosteriods
Five-Year Safety and Efficacy of Golimumab in Patients
Infliximab In The Treatment of An HIV Positive Patient
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In Office Magnetic Resonance Image
Long Term Follow Up of HIV Infected
Medicare to Pay for Methotrexate
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Parkway Regional Medical Center
Questcor Arthritis Rheumatic Interim Analysis Poster
Rheum News Vol 6 No-10
Safety of Infusing Rituximab
Step Therapy and Biologics
Strategies for Improving Treatment Outcomes
The Value of Magnetic Resonance Imaging