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05.02.2020 | Sars-CoV-2 | Review Article

Diagnosis and treatment recommendations for pediatric respiratory infection caused by the 2019 novel coronavirus

Zeitschrift:
World Journal of Pediatrics
Autoren:
Zhi-Min Chen, Jun-Fen Fu, Qiang Shu, Ying-Hu Chen, Chun-Zhen Hua, Fu-Bang Li, Ru Lin, Lan-Fang Tang, Tian-Lin Wang, Wei Wang, Ying-Shuo Wang, Wei-Ze Xu, Zi-Hao Yang, Sheng Ye, Tian-Ming Yuan, Chen-Mei Zhang, Yuan-Yuan Zhang
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Abstract

Since December 2019, an epidemic caused by novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) infection has occurred unexpectedly in China. As of 8 pm, 31 January 2020, more than 20 pediatric cases have been reported in China. Of these cases, ten patients were identified in Zhejiang Province, with an age of onset ranging from 112 days to 17 years. Following the latest National recommendations for diagnosis and treatment of pneumonia caused by 2019-nCoV (the 4th edition) and current status of clinical practice in Zhejiang Province, recommendations for the diagnosis and treatment of respiratory infection caused by 2019-nCoV for children were drafted by the National Clinical Research Center for Child Health, the National Children’s Regional Medical Center, Children’s Hospital, Zhejiang University School of Medicine to further standardize the protocol for diagnosis and treatment of respiratory infection in children caused by 2019-nCoV.

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