KMBC: Some COVID-19 long-haulers face chronic condition affecting circulation

A lesser-known condition is becoming more common in COVID-19 long-haulers. They’re facing a new health battle affecting their circulation and heart rate called postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, or POTS.

KMBC spoke with Dr. John Lee, a cardiologist with Saint Luke's Cardiovascular Consultants who specializes in the condition, to find out what it is and why it can be difficult to diagnose.

Watch the full story below.

Dr. Lee explains how the condition is underrecognized.

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