Dr. Catherine Logan recently published an article in AOSSM title, ‘COVID-19 Related Cardiology...

Dr. Catherine Logan recently published an article in AOSSM title, ‘COVID-19 Related Cardiology for the Sports Medicine Physician’

Orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Catherine Logan recently published an article in AOSSM which highlight her thoughts and recommendations regarding returning to youth sports in the setting of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Here is an excerpt from the article, “The current uncertainty surrounding cardiac clearance in our athletes highlights a basic function of the sports medicine physician covering a sporting event. A sudden cardiac arrest, although a rare event, is one of the main reasons we are on the sidelines.”

READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE

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