Understanding the Long-Term Evolution and Predictors of Sequelae of Ebola Virus Disease Survivors in Guinea A 48-Month Prospective Longitudinal Coho

This study aims to understand long-term Ebola virus disease sequelae prevalence, incidence, and duration over a 48-month period following 803 survivors. Results indicate that while prevalence and incidence of symptoms decreased over time, sequelae were present 48 months post discharge.
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