Many patients who have recovered from an active COVID-19 infection experience medical complications or residual effects of the disease both physically and mentally. Texas NeuroRehab Center is prepared to accept these patients for their continued rehabilitation process in our inpatient and outpatient settings after being debilitated by this disease. Texas NeuroRehab Center can address medical and psychological needs in patients who no longer have active COVID-19, and help patients resume previous activities at home, work and with their family.
Respiratory Complications, including:
Acute Respiratory Failure, Pneumonia and
Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
Acute cardiac, liver or kidney injury
Inability to ambulate
Inability to complete ADLs independently (eating, dressing, bathing, toileting)
ICU-related psychiatric complications:
Delirium, dementia, anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, hallucinations and cognitive dysfunction.
Patients were admitted with COVID-19, Acute Respiratory Failure and multiple co-morbidities
Average length of stay 18 days
75% discharge home with positive outcomes
Age range 24-94 years old, 57% Male, 42 % Female
*Data collected from May 2020 to present
Criteria for Admission: At least two weeks since onset of symptoms/Afebrile for 3 days prior to admission (evaluated on a case-by-case basis)/ Respiratory symptoms are stable and/or improving (subject to change)