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01.02.2023 | COVID-19 | Brief Report

Coinfection with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) and influenza virus during the COVID-19 pandemic

The prevalence of coinfection with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) and influenza virus among referred patients in Hamadan province, Iran, from November 2, 2021, to January 30, 2022, was evaluated. Samples were obtained …

verfasst von:
Delsuz Rezaee, Somaye Bakhtiari, Farid Azizi Jalilian, Amin Doosti-Irani, Fatemeh Torkaman Asadi, Nastaran Ansari

01.02.2023 | COVID-19 | Original Article

Blood Inventory Management During COVID-19 Pandemic Using a Simple Mathematical Tool: A Two-Year Study from a Tertiary Care Hospital in North India

Multiple recurrent waves of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) resulted in major fluctuations in blood supply and demand, which presented a major challenge for the blood centres to maintain adequate blood inventory. Hence, the primary aim of …

verfasst von:
Naveen Bansal, Yashik Bansal, Manish Raturi, Kusum Thakur, Ashwani Sood, Satish Kumar

01.02.2023 | COVID-19 | Fortbildung

COVID-19-assoziierte Psychosen

Über ein noch wenig untersuchtes psychiatrisches Phänomen

Spätestens seit den Krankheitsbildern Post- und Long-COVID sind sich Fachleute einig, dass die Symptome einer SARS-CoV-2-Infektion auch neuropsychiatrischer Natur sein können. Weniger im Fokus ist aber ein möglicher Zusammenhang zwischen der …

verfasst von:
Prof. Dr. med. Michael Soyka

01.02.2023 | COVID-19 | Panorama

Hirnveränderungen bei Post-COVID

verfasst von:
Sadiye Kilic

01.02.2023 | COVID-19 | Meta-analysis

Immunogenicity, effectiveness, and safety of COVID-19 vaccines among children and adolescents aged 2–18 years: an updated systematic review and meta-analysis

Caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a respiratory infectious disease and is still in pandemic status [ 1 ]. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), there are …

verfasst von:
Peng Gao, Liang-Yu Kang, Jue Liu, Min Liu

01.02.2023 | COVID-19 | Review

The direct correlation between microbiota and SARS-CoV-2 infectious disease

The human microbiota is the good part of the human organism and is a collection of symbiotic microorganisms which aid in human physiological functions. Diseases that can be generated by an altered microbiota are continuously being studied, but it …

verfasst von:
Antonio Vitiello, Francesco Ferrara, Andrea Zovi

31.01.2023 | COVID-19 | Original Article

Association between attitudes toward the COVID-19 vaccines and mental health among 140,259 college students in China

The long-term solution to the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic is an effective vaccination plan, which has a wide range of clinical and socio-economic benefits (Schaffer Deroo et al. 2020 ). COVID-19 has caused millions of deaths worldwide due …

verfasst von:
Qingqing Xu, Keliang Fan, Dandan Wei, Juan Wang, Xian Wang, Xiaomin Lou, Hualiang Lin, Chongjian Wang, Cuiping Wu, Zhenxing Mao

31.01.2023 | COVID-19 | Original Article

Effect of daily new cases of COVID-19 on public sentiment and concern: Deep learning-based sentiment classification and semantic network analysis

Over the past two years, the release of daily new cases by governments or public health agencies (PHAs) on television and social media has been recognized as an effective communication strategy during the COVID-19 pandemic (Rodríguez-Rey et al.

verfasst von:
ShaoPeng Che, Xiaoke Wang, Shunan Zhang, Jang Hyun Kim

31.01.2023 | COVID-19 | Original Paper

Women’s Health Maintenance Efforts at a Student-Run Free Clinic in South Florida Exceeded National Trends During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic posed a setback to health maintenance screenings worldwide. These delays have impacted minorities and those of low socioeconomic status in the same way that disparities in cancer screenings have historically trended. Here, we …

verfasst von:
Grace Johnson, Christopher Miquel-Chambers, Yohancie Blas, Sylea Lowery, Lucy Guerra, Eduardo Gonzalez

31.01.2023 | COVID-19 | ORIGINAL PAPER

Assessment of Compassion Fatigue and Empathy Levels in Nurses During the COVID-19 Outbreak: Turkey’s Case

This study was conducted to determine the compassion fatigue level of nurses and to review several variables believed to be associated with it; in addition, an assessment is made of empathy levels in the same group. This is a cross-sectional study …

verfasst von:
Sevil Sahin, Ayten Arioz Duzgun, Alaettin Unsal, Ebru Inan Kirmizigul, Aleyna Ozdemir

31.01.2023 | COVID-19 | Letter to the Editor

Commentary on “Delayed prosthetic seroma: a localized inflammatory response to COVID vaccination and infection? by Chan SL, Hsieh MKH, Mok JWL & Kong TY”

verfasst von:
Rujittika Mungmunpuntipantip, Viroj Wiwanitkit

31.01.2023 | COVID-19 | IM - ORIGINAL

Longitudinal medical subspecialty follow-up of critically and non-critically ill hospitalized COVID-19 survivors up to 24 months after discharge

Medical specialty usage of COVID-19 survivors after hospital discharge is poorly understood. This study investigated medical specialty usage at 1–12 and 13–24 months post-hospital discharge in critically ill and non-critically ill COVID-19 …

verfasst von:
Benjamin Musheyev, Montek S. Boparai, Reona Kimura, Rebeca Janowicz, Stacey Pamlanye, Wei Hou, Tim Q. Duong

31.01.2023 | COVID-19

Malassezia Folliculitis in the Setting of COVID-19

The genus Malassezia is composed of lipophilic yeasts found in mammals’ skin and mucosae. The current taxonomy recognizes 18 species [ 1 ]. In humans, these yeasts play both the role of commensals and pathogens. Malassezia represents the most …

verfasst von:
Alejandro Barrera-Godínez, Grecia Figueroa-Ramos

31.01.2023 | COVID-19

Brain damage serum biomarkers induced by COVID-19 in patients from northeast Brazil

Neurological symptoms have been often reported in COVID-19 disease. In the present study, we evaluated brain damage associated with the increase of serum levels of neurological biomarkers S100B and neuron-specific enolase (NSE) induced by …

verfasst von:
Ryan C. Silva, Michelle M. da Rosa, Heloísa I. Leão, Eduardo D. L. Silva, Nathália T. Ferreira, Amanda P. B. Albuquerque, Gisele S. Duarte, André M. Siqueira, Michelly C. Pereira, Moacyr J. B. M. Rêgo, Maira G. R. Pitta

30.01.2023 | COVID-19 | Schwerpunkt: Elektronenmikroskopie

Neuropathologie II: Erkrankungen des zentralen und peripheren Nervensystems

Ausblick auf neue Techniken in der Elektronenmikroskopie

Bei der Diagnostik von Erkrankungen des zentralen und peripheren Nervensystems ist der Einsatz elektronenmikroskopischer Analysen in der heutigen Zeit selten geworden. Doch es gibt Fragestellungen, bei denen die Methode hilfreich ist, die …

verfasst von:
Prof. Dr. Anne Schänzer, Carsten Dittmayer, Joachim Weis, Werner Stenzel, Hans-Hilmar Goebel

30.01.2023 | COVID-19 | Original Article

COVID Pandemic Aftermath: Changing Dynamics on Cosmetic and Aesthetic Surgery Demands

The COVID-19 pandemic caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus was observed for the first time in Wuhan, China in December 2019 [ 1 ]. After the WHO's announcement of the pandemic, the quarantine process started in the country as part of the measures taken …

verfasst von:
Ecem Hazal Aktas, Ugur Deniz Balci, Ercan Karacaoglu

30.01.2023 | COVID-19 | Original Paper

The Impact of COVID-19 on HIV Care in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 2019–2021: Disparities by Age and Gender

We evaluated COVID-19’s impact on HIV care indicators among INI/FIOCRUZ’s HIV Clinical Cohort in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: (1) Adequate care visits: two visits ≥ 90 days apart; (2) Adequate viral load monitoring: ≥ 2 viral load results ≥ 90 days …

verfasst von:
Anne E. Bocage, Lara E. Coelho, Jordan E. Lake, Jesse L. Clark, Thiago S. Torres, Emília M. Jalil, Sandra W. Cardoso, Ronaldo I. Moreira, Valdilea G. Veloso, Beatriz Grinsztejn, Paula M. Luz

30.01.2023 | COVID-19 | ORIGINAL ARTICLE

Presenting Methodological Resilience for Conducting Research with Vulnerable Populations During Current and Future Pandemics: A Case Study with IPV Shelters and Survivors in the United States

The referenced study was designed to explore maternal-child bonding while living in an IPV emergency shelter, using a 14-day daily diary methodology based on an ecological momentary assessment (EMA) design (Bolger & Laurenceau, 2013 ). The study …

verfasst von:
Kristen E. Ravi, Courtney Cronley, Ashlee Lawler, Mary L. Held

30.01.2023 | COVID-19 | ORIGINAL PAPER

The Virus and the Famous: Narratives of Religious Experience by Selected Filipino Celebrities Who had COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has completely changed our lives, whether that be for ordinary citizens or those occupying higher social status. The experience of sickness and suffering however, can give meaning and can pose a challenge to our religious …

verfasst von:
Dalmacito A. Cordero Jr.

30.01.2023 | COVID-19 | Concise Research Report

Early Racial and Ethnic Disparities in the Prescription of Nirmatrelvir for COVID-19

Oral nirmatrelvir has been shown to reduce the risk of progression to severe coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) in high-risk, unvaccinated patients. 1 Reports from the manufacturer reveal a rapid increase in prescriptions months after approval …

verfasst von:
MD, MSCR Yasir Tarabichi, MD, PhD, MPH David C Kaelber, MD, MPH J. Daryl Thornton


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