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29.07.2021 | COVID-19 | Original Contribution Zur Zeit gratis

Perceived impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on child and adolescent psychiatric services after 1 year (February/March 2021): ESCAP CovCAP survey

In April 2020, the European Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (ESCAP) Research Academy and the ESCAP Board launched the first questionnaire of the CovCAP longitudinal survey to estimate the impact of COVID-19 on child and adolescent …

Alexis Revet, Johannes Hebebrand, Dimitris Anagnostopoulos, Laura A. Kehoe, Gertraud Gradl-Dietsch, Paul Klauser, COVID-19 Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Consortium

29.07.2021 | COVID-19 | Short Communication Zur Zeit gratis

Colon ischemia in patients with severe COVID-19: a single-center retrospective cohort study of 20 patients

The novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is known to predispose to acute thromboembolic complications, and up to half of the patients with severe thromboembolic events are not salvageable.

Cui Yang, Priska Hakenberg, Christel Weiß, Florian Herrle, Nuh Rahbari, Christoph Reißfelder, Julia Hardt

29.07.2021 | COVID-19 | COVID-19 Zur Zeit gratis

Acute necrotizing encephalopathy due to SARS-CoV-2 in a pregnant female

Acute necrotizing encephalopathy (ANE) is typically a parainfectious phenomenon most commonly described in children and associated with viral infections such as influenza A. It is associated with a nonspecific clinical presentation, often with …

Hannah Breit, Yazan Radaideh, Sayona John

29.07.2021 | COVID-19 | COVID-19 Zur Zeit gratis

Bell’s palsy following COVID-19 vaccination with high CSF antibody response

A 21-year-old nurse working in a retirement home developed right facial palsy 2 days after receiving her first dose of SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccine Comirnaty (BNT162b2, BioNTech/Pfizer). She reported that she experienced a slight tingling sensation the …

Mark Obermann, Maliqe Krasniqi, Nadja Ewers, Jaber Fayad, Uta Haeberle

29.07.2021 | COVID-19 | Review article Zur Zeit gratis

Is there a common pathophysiological mechanism between COVID-19 and depression?

COVID-19 is a disease caused by SARS-CoV-2 and was initially considered to cause serious damage to the respiratory system. Over time, it has been found to affect other organs due to its ability to bind to the ACE2 receptor (type 2 …

Luciano da Silva Lopes, Raquel Oliveira Silva, Guilherme de Sousa Lima, Arthur Caminha de Araújo Costa, Daniela França Barros, Raimundo Pereira Silva-Néto

29.07.2021 | COVID-19 | EM - ORIGINAL Zur Zeit gratis

Surveillance of COVID-19 using a keyword search for symptoms in reports from emergency medical communication centers in Gironde, France: a 15 year retrospective cross-sectional study

During periods such as the COVID-19 crisis, there is a need for responsive public health surveillance indicators related to the epidemic. To determine the performance of keyword-search algorithm in call reports to emergency medical communication …

Gil-Jardiné Cédric, Chenais Gabrielle, Pradeau Catherine, Tentillier Eric, Revel Phillipe, Combes Xavier, Galinski Michel, Tellier Eric, Lagarde Emmanuel

28.07.2021 | COVID-19 | Review Article | Ausgabe 8/2021 Zur Zeit gratis

Vaccination of cancer patients against COVID-19: towards the end of a dilemma

With the emergence of second wave of COVID-19 infection globally, particularly in India in March–April 2021, protection by massive vaccination drive has become the need of the hour. Vaccines have been proved to reduce the risk of developing severe …

Avik Mandal, Pritanjali Singh, Arghadip Samaddar, Dharmendra Singh, Manika Verma, Amrita Rakesh, Rakesh Ranjan

28.07.2021 | COVID-19 | Einführung zum Thema | Ausgabe 8/2021 Zur Zeit gratis

COVID-19-Pandemie und Auswirkungen in der Hals-Nasen-Ohren-Heilkunde, Kopf- und Hals-Chirurgie

Univ.-Prof. Dr. med. Stefan K. Plontke

28.07.2021 | COVID-19 | COVID-19 Zur Zeit gratis

Delirium in COVID-19 patients: a multicentric observational study in Italy

Giovanni Martinotti, Laura Bonanni, Stefano Barlati, Andrea Miuli, Gianna Sepede, Davide Prestia, Alice Trabucco, Claudia Palumbo, Alessandra Massaro, Martina Olcese, Damiano D’Ardes, Francesco Cipollone, Mario Amore, Emi Bondi, Mirella Russo, Claudia Carrarini, Marco Onofrj, Stefano Luca Sensi, Antonio Vita, Massimo di Giannantonio

28.07.2021 | COVID-19 | Review Zur Zeit gratis

Long COVID, a comprehensive systematic scoping review

Descriptions of long-lasting symptoms after influenza-like illnesses can be traced back to 1892 when Josephine Butler, a women’s right campaigner, wrote to her son complaining of unresolved fatigue after being infected with the Russian Influenza.

Hossein Akbarialiabad, Mohammad Hossein Taghrir, Ashkan Abdollahi, Nasrollah Ghahramani, Manasi Kumar, Shahram Paydar, Babak Razani, John Mwangi, Ali A. Asadi-Pooya, Leila Malekmakan, Bahar Bastani

28.07.2021 | COVID-19 | Publisher Correction Zur Zeit gratis

Correction to: Investigation of perfusion defects by Q‑SPECT/CT in patients with mild‑to‑moderate course of COVID‑19 and low clinical probability for pulmonary embolism

In the original publication of the article, the corresponding author was wrongly assigned as “Sermin Borekci” instead of “Buket Caliskaner Ozturk”.

Buket Caliskaner Ozturk, Ersan Atahan, Aysegul Gencer, Deniz Ongel Harbiyeli, Emine Karabul, Nejdiye Mazıcan, Kubra Nur Toplutas, Hazal Cansu Acar, Sait Sager, Bilun Gemicioglu, Sermin Borekci

28.07.2021 | COVID-19 | Letter to the Editor Zur Zeit gratis

The potential role of SPECT/CT in the clinical management of COVID-19 lung cancer patients undergoing radiotherapy

Dear Sir, we read with great interest the paper of Ozturk et al. [ 1 ], investigating the clinical benefit of Q-SPECT/CT in diagnosing perfusion defects and the tendency to thrombosis in COVID-19 patients.

Paolo Borghetti, Cristian Toraci, Jessica Imbrescia, Giulia Volpi, Silvia Lucchini, Andrea Emanuele Guerini, Alessandro Magli, Luigi Spiazzi, Alfonso Reginelli, Salvatore Cappabianca, Stefano Maria Magrini, Valerio Nardone

28.07.2021 | COVID-19 | EM - ORIGINAL Zur Zeit gratis

A rapid and feasible tool for clinical decision making in community-dwelling patients with COVID-19 and those admitted to emergency departments: the Braden-LDH-HorowITZ Assessment—BLITZ

There is no univocal standardized strategy to predict outcomes and stratify risk of SARS-CoV-2 infected patients, notably in emergency departments. Our aim is to develop an accurate indicator of adverse outcomes based on a retrospective analysis …

Erik Lagolio, Jacopo Demurtas, Roberto Buzzetti, Giorgio Cortassa, Stefania Bottone, Laura Spadafora, Cristina Cocino, Lee Smith, Thomas Benzing, Maria Cristina Polidori

28.07.2021 | COVID-19 | Correspondence Zur Zeit gratis

Telemedicine for Asthma Follow-up in Children During COVID-19 Pandemic

Saurav Jain, Chirag Thakur, Prawin Kumar, Jagdish Prasad Goyal, Kuldeep Singh

28.07.2021 | COVID-19 | Original Article Zur Zeit gratis

A Rapid Ethnographic Assessment of the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Mental Health Services Delivery in an Acute Care Medical Emergency Department and Trauma Center

A rapid ethnographic assessment of delivery of mental health services to patients at a Level I trauma center in a major metropolitan hospital undergoing a COVID-19 surge was conducted to assess the challenges involved in services delivery and to …

Lawrence A. Palinkas, Allison Engstrom, Lauren Whiteside, Kathleen Moloney, Douglas Zatzick

27.07.2021 | COVID-19 | REVIEW Zur Zeit gratis

Prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 RNA on inanimate surfaces: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is a respiratory disease affecting many people and able to be transmitted through direct and perhaps indirect contact. Direct contact transmission, mediated by aerosols or droplets, is widely demonstrated, whereas …

Simone Belluco, Marzia Mancin, Filippo Marzoli, Alessio Bortolami, Eva Mazzetto, Alessandra Pezzuto, Michela Favretti, Calogero Terregino, Francesco Bonfante, Roberto Piro

27.07.2021 | COVID-19 | Original Paper Zur Zeit gratis

The Effect of Nurses' Death Anxiety on Life Satisfaction During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Turkey

The purpose of the study is to determine the effect of nurses’ death anxiety on life satisfaction during the COVID-19 pandemic. This cross-sectional and correlational study was conducted with 411 nurses in Turkey. Data were collected online …

Arzu Karabağ Aydın, Hursit Fidan

27.07.2021 | COVID-19 | Original Article Zur Zeit gratis

Clinical Profile of COVID-19 Illness in Children—Experience from a Tertiary Care Hospital

Novel Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) is a global health and economic catastrophe of unprecedented magnitude. The disease affects all age groups and its spectrum …

Preeti Singh, Karanvir Attri, Deonath Mahto, Virendra Kumar, Dipti Kapoor, Anju Seth, Varinder Singh, Harish Pemde, Praveen Kumar, Ravitanaya Sodani, Ankita Goel

27.07.2021 | COVID-19 | Concise Research Report Zur Zeit gratis

The COVID-19 Pandemic and Mental Health Symptoms Among US Adults

Fear and stress related to the COVID-19 pandemic coupled with social isolation has contributed to symptoms of depression, anxiety, and insomnia. 1 Older adults may be particularly vulnerable given their higher risk of mortality from COVID-19 as …

DO, MS Lauren B. Gerlach, PhD, MSW, MPH Erica Solway, MD, MS Donovan T. Maust, MS Matthias Kirch, MD, MS, MPH Jeffrey T. Kullgren, MPH Dianne C. Singer, MD, MSJ Preeti N. Malani

27.07.2021 | COVID-19 | Original Paper Zur Zeit gratis

COVID-19: more than a respiratory virus, an optical coherence tomography study

Novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) caused by respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) agent, first reported in Wuhan, China, in December 2019 [ 1 – 3 ], along with the fast spread [ 4 ] to whole world was declared as pandemic by the World …

Esra Dag Seker, Inci Elif Erbahceci Timur

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