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Brief Summary of Biden COVID-19 medical record

Brief Summary of Biden COVID-19 medical record



 

Brief Summary of Biden COVID-19 medical record. 

On February 16, 2023, the White House announced Biden’s latest medical report [1], which was issued by Biden’s family doctor, Kevin O’connor from George Washington University.

 

Brief Summary of Biden COVID-19 medical record

 

The report highlighted that in the past year, Biden’s most noteworthy health issue was COVID-19 infection.

 

Brief Summary of Biden COVID-19 medical record

 

 


Infection time and course

Biden was infected on July 21, 2022, and the clinical recovery test was negative on July 27; however, on July 30, Biden’s COVID-19 test showed Fuyang, until he tested negative on August 6.

 

Vaccination history

Biden had received 4 doses of vaccine before infection; including 2 doses of basic immunization + 2 doses of booster immunization.

 

The main symptoms

After being infected with the COVID-19 , Biden’s symptoms were mild, mainly coughing and hoarseness; his vital signs remained normal during the course of the disease, and his pulse oxygen saturation never fell below 97%.

 

Treatment and treatment

After Biden was infected, he was quarantined in accordance with the regulations of the US CDC, but his work was not completely interrupted.
Biden was not hospitalized and took the antiviral drug Paxlovid according to the standard outpatient treatment regimen.

 

Prognosis

After stopping the drug, Biden tested positive for the COVID-19, which lasted for 6 days;
Biden fully recovered without long-term sequelae (Long COVID);
Biden continued to receive the bivalent vaccine.

 

 

 

Reference source:
1.https://www.whitehouse.gov/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/Health-Summary-2.16.pdf

Brief Summary of Biden COVID-19 medical record

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