Novel Coronavirus Outbreak Dec 19 - Dec 31 2022
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COVID‐19 vaccination: Evaluation of humoral and cellular immunity after the booster dose in chronic lymphocytic leukemia patients
Decreased antibody response to influenza vaccine with an enhanced antibody response to subsequent SARS‐CoV‐2 vaccination in patients with chronic hepatitis B virus infection
Antigen rapid diagnostic test monitoring for SARS-CoV-2 in asymptomatic and fully vaccinated cancer patients: Is it cost-effective?
Alignment of human KAT2A (GCN5) histone acetyltransferase and SARS‐CoV‐2 Orf8 viral proteins
The influence of COVID-19 on modes of governance for climate change—Expert views from the Netherlands and the UK
Evidence‐based prescription of corticosteroids for COVID‐19 patients: A comparison between general medicine and other specialty in Japan
The salivary and nasopharyngeal microbiomes are associated with SARS‐CoV‐2 infection and disease severity
Weekly symptom profiles of nonhospitalized individuals infected with SARS‐CoV‐2 during the Omicron outbreak in Hong Kong: A retrospective observational study from a telemedicine center
Side effects following COVID‐19 vaccination in pediatric patients with sickle cell disease
Pathways to food insecurity: Migration, hukou and COVID‐19 in Nanjing, China
SARS‐CoV‐2 Virus Detection Via a Polymeric Nanochannel‐Based Electrochemical Biosensor
An electrochemical biosensor was constructed by convectively assembling polystyrene (PS) beads on a gold electrode to detect SAR-Cov-2 virus via partial nanochannel blockage by virus particles. Nanochannel blockage hinders the diffusion of a redox probe and causes attenuation of oxidation current, allowing quantification of the viral load by measuring the changes in oxidation currents before and after virus incubation.
Targeting SARS-CoV-2 by synthetic dual-acting thiol compounds that inhibit Spike/ACE2 interaction and viral protein production
The safety of COVID‐19 vaccination in immunocompromised children and young adults with immune‐mediated inflammatory disease
High flow nasal cannula for acute respiratory failure due to COVID‐19 in patients with a ‘do‐not‐intubate’ order: A survival analysis
High flow nasal cannula (HFNC) reduces the need for intubation in patients with hypoxaemic acute respiratory failure (ARF). Our data suggest that a trial of HFNC could be considered to increase chances of survival in patients with ARF due to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pneumonitis and a do-not-intubate (DNI) order, especially in those with a good WHO performance status.
Learning from adversity: What the COVID-19 pandemic can teach us about family resiliency
Adverse event reports of anaphylaxis after Comirnaty and Vaxzevria COVID-19 vaccinations, Western Australia, 22 February to 30 June 2021
COVID‐19: Implications for Nursing and Health Care in the United States
Experiencing and witnessing disruptive behaviors toward nurses in COVID‐19 teams, patient safety, and errors in care
Surveillance for SARS‐CoV‐2 and its variants in wastewater of tertiary care hospitals correlates with increasing case burden and outbreaks
Early administration of Paxlovid reduces the viral elimination time in patients infected with SARS‐CoV‐2 Omicron variants
A novel, ultrafast, ultrasensitive diagnosis platform for the detection of SARS‐COV‐2 using restriction endonuclease‐mediated reverse transcription multiple cross displacement amplification
Dynamics of nosocomial SARS‐CoV‐2 transmissions: Facing the challenge of variants of concern in a Brazilian reference hospital
How can patient partnership help to improve equality as COVID‐19 moves from pandemic to endemic?
SARS‐CoV‐2 and omicron variant detection with a high selectivity, sensitivity, and low‐cost silicon bio‐nanosensor
Synthetic SARS-CoV-2 and Omicron variant detection with a cost-effective silicon nanowire sensor has been demonstrated with high sensitivity, selectivity, and a fast response. The sensor reaches a 4 cps limit of detection (LoD), even for the Omicron variant, without any genome amplification, and with strong selectivity. The platform is made with industrially compatible techniques, which in perspective may allow a widespread diffusion.
The long tail of COVID and the tale of long COVID: Diagnostic construction and the management of ignorance
Promoting dairy products through the web: The case of Pecorino Siciliano PDO during the COVID-19 pandemic
Evaluation of the discrimination and calibration of predictive scores of mortality in ECMO for patients with COVID-19
Description of COVID‐19 patients and mapping nursing data to ICNP 2021 reference set in SNOMED CT
Adolescent functional network connectivity prospectively predicts adult anxiety symptoms related to perceived COVID-19 economic adversity
Impact of COVID‐19 infection and vaccination in pancreatobiliary IgG4‐related disease patients: An international multicenter study
Clinical and laboratory characteristics of multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children associated with COVID-19 in Egypt: A tertiary care hospital experience
Organizational support and Nurse–Physician collaboration during SARS-CoV-2 pandemic: A qualitative study
Immobilised by the pandemic: Filipino domestic workers and seafarers in the time of COVID‐19
Design of a multi‐epitope‐based vaccine consisted of immunodominant epitopes of structural proteins of SARS‐CoV‐2 using immunoinformatics approach
Insight of smart biosensors for COVID‐19: A review
A perspective on impeding the COVID-19 pandemic: Lessons from Mongolia's comprehensive countermeasure
Efficacy and safety of nirmatrelvir/ritonavir (Paxlovid) for COVID‐19: A rapid review and meta‐analysis
Previous infection with SARS‐CoV‐2 impacts embryo morphokinetics but not clinical outcomes in a time‐lapse imaging system
The lived experiences of health care professionals regarding visiting restrictions in the emergency department during the COVID-19 pandemic: A multi-perspective qualitative study
Coupling an individual adaptive‐decision model with a SIRV model of influenza vaccination reveals new insights for epidemic control
SARS-CoV-2 vaccine-triggered conversion from systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) to bullous SLE and dipeptidyl peptidase 4 inhibitors-associated bullous pemphigoid
Prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 infection among oral health care workers worldwide: A meta-analysis
COVID-19 vaccine induced myocarditis in young males: A systematic review
Effect of COVID‐19 vaccine on menstrual experience among females in six Arab countries: A cross sectional study
Oral booster vaccine antigen—Expression of full-length native SARS-CoV-2 spike protein in lettuce chloroplasts
Histopathological findings of pericarditis in a patient with multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children associated with COVID‐19: A case report
Factors influencing loneliness among older people using homecare services during the COVID-19 pandemic
Effect of the COVID‐19 Pandemic on Otolaryngology Trainee Surgical Case Numbers: A Multi‐institutional Review
COVID-associated non-vasculitic thrombotic retiform purpura of the face and extremities: A case report
Spontaneous mid‐trimester uterine rupture associated with fetal death in a young patient during COVID‐19 pandemic: A case report
Perceptions and experiences with eating disorder treatment in the first year of COVID-19: A longitudinal qualitative analysis
Building forward better—An exploration of nutrition practices, food choice, and coping behaviors among Kenyan adolescents during COVID-19: Experiences and program implications
Adolescents relayed experiences of skipping meals and reducing the amount and variety of foods consumed. Adolescents also described working in the informal sector and selling personal items to support families financially, in response to rising food insecurity. School closures mandated during the pandemic likely contributed to reductions in overall physical activity.
Safety and efficacy of SARS‐Cov2 neutralizing monoclonal antibodies after stem cell transplant or CAR‐T cell infusion
A cross‐sectional study exploring the Covid‐19 vaccination landscape in Malta through social media: An insight into experiences, attitudes, and perspectives
Emotional wellbeing and coping among Latinx young adults in the time of COVID‐19
Infectivity of pseudotyped SARS‐CoV‐2 variants of concern in different human cell types and inhibitory effects of recombinant spike protein and entry‐related cellular factors
Influence of the COVID‐19 pandemic on the vitamin D status of children: A cross‐sectional study
Viruses responsible for acute respiratory infections before (2016–2019) and during (2021) circulation of the SARS‐CoV‐2 virus in pediatric patients in a reference center at Barranquilla Colombia: A pattern analysis
Characterization of cross‐reactive monoclonal antibodies against SARS‐CoV‐1 and SARS‐CoV‐2: Implication for rational design and development of pan‐sarbecovirus vaccines and neutralizing antibodies
Predictors of mortality and ICU requirement in hospitalized COVID‐19 patients with diabetes: A multicentre study
What can we learn from the Baduanjin rehabilitation as COVID-19 treatment?: A narrative review
Confidence in COVID‐19 vaccines moderates the association between vaccination status and mental distress
Motivating nurses' coworker-directed helping behaviour during the COVID-19 pandemic: Role of managerial humour and nurses' power distance orientation
Skin manifestations following anti‐COVID‐19 vaccination: A multicentricstudy from Turkey
Cutaneous reactions after CoronaVac and BioNTech vaccines
Intensive care nurse-led point of care ultrasound in the assessment and management of the critically ill COVID-19 patient: A single centre case series
Inactivation of SARS-CoV-2 infectivity in platelet concentrates or plasma following treatment with ultraviolet C light or with methylene blue combined with visible light
The impact of COVID-19 on international tourism flows to Italy: Evidence from mobile phone data
Associations between ongoing COVID-19 lockdown and the financial and mental health experiences of Australian families
Renal vein thrombosis after COVID-19: A case report
Synthesis of Fullerene Hybrids Endowed with Steroids and Monosaccharides: Theoretical Underpinning as Promising anti‐SARS‐CoV‐2 Agents
New fullerene hybrids endowed with steroid and monosaccharide moieties are obtained through a cyclopropanation reaction. The structure of monoadducts were determined by spectroscopic and analytical study. Theoretical calculations predicted the most stable conformations and determine the factors that control the hybrid molecules′ geometry. The molecular docking studies suggested the possible application of these compounds as anti-SARS-CoV-2.
Saliva‐direct approach in the detection of SARS‐CoV‐2 in the lower‐risk population in Colombia
CLEC5A expression can be triggered by spike glycoprotein and may be a potential target for COVID‐19 therapy
Booster shot of inactivated SARS‐CoV‐2 vaccine induces potent immune responses in people living with HIV
Coronavirus disease 2019 rebounds following nirmatrelvir/ritonavir treatment
Shared genetics and causal associations between COVID‐19 and multiple sclerosis
Association of inactivated COVID‐19 vaccination with in vitro fertilization and early pregnancy outcomes
Risk of waning humoral responses after inactivated or subunit recombinant SARS‐CoV‐2 vaccination in patients with chronic diseases: Findings from a prospective observational study in China
A systematic literature review and bibliometric analysis of research on COVID‐19 in strategy journals
Posttraumatic stress disorder symptom trajectories in a 16‐month COVID‐19 pandemic period
A social identity perspective on interoperability in the emergency services: Emergency responders' experiences of multiagency working during the COVID-19 response in the UK
Impaired respiratory function reduces haemoglobin oxygen affinity in COVID-19
What ugly and beautiful photographs reveal about COVID-19 lockdown experiences, everyday aesthetics and photography aesthetics
Correlation among semiquantitative High‐Resolution Computed Tomography severity scores and clinical and biochemical parameters in COVID‐19, is it really effective?
Safety and efficacy of prophylactic anticoagulation versus therapeutic anticoagulation in hospital‐admitted COVID‐19 patients: A systematic review and meta‐analysis of randomized controlled trials
Parenthood during the COVID-19 pandemic: Post-traumatic growth amongst university students
The influence of the COVID‐19 pandemic on changes in perceived work pressure for Dutch mothers and fathers
The role of HMGB1 in COVID-19-induced cytokine storm and its potential therapeutic targets: A review
Extracellular High Mobility Group Box 1 (HMGB1), which could be a crucial factor behind the COVID-19-induced cytokine storm, is long-known as a potent activator of TLR 4-mediated proinflammatory cytokines release. HMGB1-RNA SARS-CoV-2 complexes via RAGE might trigger inflammasome activation, pyroptotic cell death, and the initiation of coagulation, followed by a massive production of proinflammatory cytokines which suppressed many immune cells leading to uncontrolled viral infection and cells damage, causing more HMGB1 release. This vicious cycle potentially induced a cytokine storm.
Are we there yet? A guide to achieving endemic status for COVID‐19 and variants
Dual impacts of Medicare payment reform and the COVID-19 pandemic on therapy staffing in skilled nursing facilities
Comparison of febrile seizures in children with or without coronavirus disease-2019: A single-center observational study
VaxForce: Mobilizing interprofessional licensees and students for community COVID-19 vaccination events
Emotional Reactions to COVID-19 Projections and Consequences for Protective Policies and Personal Behavior
Management of moderate severity outpatients with COVID-19 disease: Proposed criteria and algorithm for initiation of antiviral treatment
Revealing the spatiotemporal characteristics of the general public's panic levels during the pandemic crisis in China
Emergency department presentations during the COVID‐19 pandemic in Queensland (to June 2021): interrupted time series analysis
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on emergency department presentations: an opportunity for renewal?
The effect of decreasing human activity from COVID-19 on the foraging of fallen fruit by omnivores
Innovative strategy to improve enteral nutrition in prone positioning with patients with COVID‐19
The effect of Fingolimod on patients with moderate to severe COVID-19
“I feel terrible and need to exercise to find any sort of joy”: What COVID stay‐at‐home orders tell us about exercise as vitality politics and entertainment in the United States
Children and adolescents' mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic: A qualitative study of their experiences
Need for re‐evaluating the risk of coronavirus disease 2019 transmission to neonates
Serologic status and safety of inactivated Covid‐19 vaccine for hepatocellular carcinoma patients with cirrhosis after curative liver resection
COVID-19 vaccination coverage and vaccine hesitancy among Australians with disability and long-term health conditions
Effect of COVID‐19 infection on sex hormone levels in hospitalized patients: A prospective longitudinal study in Iran
Prevalence of common adverse events experienced following COVID‐19 vaccination and its associated factors in Ghana: Cross‐sectional study design
The older adults' experiences of living in the nursing home during the COVID-19 pandemic: A qualitative study in Iran
Prevalence and factors associated with academic burnout risk among nursing and midwifery students during the COVID-19 pandemic: A cross-sectional study
Utilization and discard of organs from donors with COVID‐19 in the United States
Graduating in uncertain times: The impact of COVID-19 on recent graduate career prospects, trajectories and outcomes
Clinical presentation of COVID-19 and association with outcomes among hospitalized older adults
Anxiety and Psychological Flexibility in Women After Childbirth in the Rooming‐in Unit during the COVID‐19 Pandemic
Emergency powers, anti-corruption, and policy failures during the COVID-19 pandemic in Puerto Rico
Dyslipidemia and SARS‐CoV‐2 spike antibody titres after the second and third doses of the BNT162b2 vaccine among healthcare workers in Japan
The outcomes of COVID‐19 pneumonia in children—clinical, radiographic, and pulmonary function assessment
Atomic-level thermodynamics analysis of the binding free energy of SARS-CoV-2 neutralizing antibodies
Caffeic acid phenethyl ester: A review on its pharmacological importance, and its association with free radicals, COVID-19, and radiotherapy
Autoimmune haemolytic anaemia and immune thrombocytopenia following SARS-CoV-2 and non-SARS-CoV-2 vaccination: 32 Years of passive surveillance data
Impaired adaptive immune response in COVID-19 convalescent patients with hematological malignancies
Immune thrombocytopenic purpura secondary to COVID-19 vaccination: A systematic review
Cerrado and Pantanal fruit flours affect gut microbiota composition in healthy and post-COVID-19 individuals: an in vitro pilot fermentation study
Reduction of Veillonellaceae with jatobá extract in PC samples; decrease in Akkermansia with jatoba and cumbaru flours; decreasing trend of Faecalibacterium and Ruminococcus with all flours tested, with the exception of the bocaiuva almond in HD samples for Ruminococcus and increase in Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium in PC samples with bocaiuva almond flour. JAO displayed antioxidant properties protecting cells from daunorubicin-induced cytotoxicity, oxidative stress, and DNA damage. The promising microbiota-modulating abilities of some flours and the chemopreventive effects of JAO deserve to be further explored in human intervention studies.
Insulin allergy manifesting soon after COVID-19 vaccination (BNT162b2)
Highly Twisted Conformation Thiopyrylium Photosensitizers for In Vivo Near Infrared‐II Imaging and Rapid Inactivation of Coronavirus
The relationship between molecular configuration and charge transfer process in NIR-II chromophores has been revealed, which informed the engineering of an efficient NIR photosensitizer (PS), SP@HD-PEG2K. The dramatic improvement of the reactive oxygen species (ROS) quantum yield of the PSs enabled NIR-II image-guided in vivo pulmonary coronavirus photoablation for the first time and created a convenient paradigm for the development of NIR heavy-atom-free PSs.
Accelerated CMC workflows to enable speed to clinic in the COVID-19 era: A multi-company view from the biopharmaceutical industry
Mindfulness and psychological distress in men during the COVID-19 pandemic: The mediating role of environmental mastery and purpose in life
People with cancer undergoing immunotherapy can safely receive messenger RNA COVID‐19 vaccines
Derivation and validation of a clinical decision rule to risk‐stratify COVID‐19 patients discharged from the emergency department: The CCEDRRN COVID discharge score
The effectiveness of phototherapy for surface decontamination against SARS-Cov-2. A systematic review
Light waves are featured according to their wave frequency and wavelength. Visible light has a wavelength range from 400 to 700 nanometers. Visible light comprises just a very restricted part of the full light wave spectrum. Light waves with lower frequencies and longer wavelengths include infrared light, microwaves and radio waves. Higher frequencies with shorter wavelengths with include ultraviolet light, gamma and X-rays.
A third dose of COVID‐19 mRNA vaccine induces limited humoral response in stem cell transplant recipients who got two vaccine doses before transplant
Omicron infection increases IgG binding to spike protein of predecessor variants
Oral SARS‐CoV‐2 reduction by local treatment: A plasma technology application?
Plasma could be a promising tool to locally reduce mucosal viral loads in the upper respiratory tract as an additional measure to reduce patient infectivity. Conceptual ideas based on direct plasma jet application to the mucosal tissue on the one hand or plasma-treated aerosols or gases for inhalation purposes on the other are presented and discussed with respect to current knowledge on the antiviral effectivity of plasma treatment.
Pre and post-COVID 19 infection pulmonary functions in children with chronic respiratory disease: A case series
Optimism, pessimism, and perceptions of the Jordanian government's COVID-19 response
Inflation Expectations, Inflation Target Credibility, and the COVID‐19 Pandemic: Evidence from Germany
Post coronavirus disease 2019 condition in children at a children's hospital in Japan
Demographics of first-time donors returning for donation during the pandemic: COVID-19 convalescent plasma versus standard blood product donors
Effects of online brain training on self‐reported mental health symptoms for generally healthy adults during the Covid‐19 pandemic
A 3‐year analysis of the impact of COVID‐19 pandemic on NSTEMI incidence, clinical characteristics, management, and outcomes
Bilateral refractory pneumothorax treated by pleurodesis and bronchial occlusion in a COVID-19 patient
COVID‐19 Lockdown Pandemic Period Effects in Highly Impacted Aquatic Ecosystems
Investigating the effectiveness of employing clinical faculty members in the shift work system during the Covid‐19 pandemic in Iran: A cross‐sectional study
Cardiac magnetic resonance findings in acute and post-acute COVID-19 patients with suspected myocarditis
In patients with suspected myocarditis in acute and post-COVID settings, at CMR myocarditis was the most frequent diagnosis in both acute and post-COVID-19 setting (53% and 50% of cases). Less frequently, CMR revealed myocardial infarction (4/17, 24%). Underlying cardiomyopathies, subclinical before infection, were revealed in 12% and 27% of patients with acute and post-COVID setting. CMR is a highly sensitive to characterize COVID-19 related myocardial injury, improving diagnostic accuracy and guiding clinical decision-making.
The importance of activated TMPRSS2 in the proviral role of small extracellular vesicles in SARS‐CoV‐2 infection
Emergence of a unique SARS‐CoV‐2 Delta sub‐cluster harboring a constellation of co‐appearing non‐Spike mutations
Gold nanoparticle conjugate‐based lateral flow immunoassay (LFIA) for rapid detection of RBD antigen of SARS‐CoV‐2 in clinical samples using a smartphone‐based application
Impact of COVID‐19 on a worksite weight loss program for employees with overweight and obesity
The second COVID-19 mRNA vaccine dose enhances the capacity of Spike-specific memory B cells to bind Omicron BA.2
School nursing: New ways of working with children and young people during the Covid‐19 pandemic: A scoping review
Rationale, Design, and Characteristics of the VALIANT (COVID-19 in Older Adults: A Longitudinal Assessment) Cohort
Patients' perspectives of recovery after COVID-19 critical illness: An interview study
A case of rapid progressive fatal encephalopathy associated with coronavirus disease 2019
Rational harm-benefit assessments by age group are required for continued COVID-19 vaccination
Street Experiments and COVID-19: Challenges, Responses and Systemic Change
Tracking peripheral vascular function for six months in young adults following SARS-CoV-2 infection
Brachial artery flow-mediated dilation, a marker of macrovascular function, increased from months 1–6 following SARS-CoV-2 infection without alteration to reactive hyperemia in the arm or leg, markers of microvascular function, and circulating biomarkers. These findings suggest a prolonged time course for macrovascular recovery following SARS-CoV-2 infection in young adults which is important for understanding the persistent ramifications of SARS-CoV-2 on cardiovascular health.
Impact of COVID-19 on emergency medicine resident procedure performance
Clinical outcomes of older persons and persons with dementia admitted for COVID‐19: findings from the Philippine CORONA Study
The Effects of COVID‐19 on Australian Family Caregivers of People with Dementia: Caregiver COVID‐19 Limitations Scale.
The Effect of COVID‐19 Lockdown on Dementia Caregivers in the U.S.
The Impact of COVID‐19 on Family Dementia Caregivers: Insights from a Memory Clinic in Germany
The Impact of COVID‐19 on Family Dementia Caregivers in Vietnam ‐ Insights from A Memory Clinic in Ho Chi Minh City
Pandemic‐Related Stress, Coping, and Wellbeing in an International and Multi‐Ethnic Cohort of Older Adults
Subjective cognitive decline, object cognition and emotional states in older Peruvian adults during COVID‐19 pandemic
The impact of COVID‐19 lockdown on cognitive decline over time
Impact of a smart‐clothes home nursing program in Taiwan during heightened COVID‐19 restrictions
The impact of COVID‐19 restrictions after one year on modifiable risk factors related to brain health in older adults in The Netherlands
Meta‐analysis of age‐related cognitive decline reveals a novel locus for the attention domain and implicates a COVID‐19 related gene for global cognitive function
Lifestyle and psychosocial changes in Mexican elders during the COVID‐19 pandemic
Risk factors for loneliness in family caregivers of people with dementia and enduring mental health conditions during the COVID‐19 pandemic in Latin America
COVID‐19‐related loneliness, social isolation and burden in informal caregivers worldwide
Experiences of English‐speaking care partners of individuals with brain health conditions during COVID‐19: a qualitative analysis
Role strain and COVID‐era burden among South Asian caregivers of individuals with brain health conditions and disabilities
The Dementia Engagement Modelling Program (DEMP): a novel Australian model of care for aged care residents affected by COVID‐19
Using Technology to Overcome the Challenges of COVID‐19 Pandemic in India: The DEMCARES Model of Virtual Intervention Delivery
6‐month global cognitive function in Mexican older adults recovered of COVID‐19: a prospective cohort study using telemedicine
Caregiving Experiences during the COVID‐19 Pandemic
Prospective cohort of elderly patients after hospitalization due to COVID‐19: preliminary results
Selective inhibition of ACE-2-interacting domain of SARS-CoV-2 by AIDS peptide attenuates Spike S1 associated behavioral and neuronal inflammation in in vitro and in vivo models
Cognitive impairment one year after hospitalization due to COVID‐19 infection in Brazil: preliminary results.
IMPACT OF THE COVID‐19 PANDEMIC IN ADRD PATIENTS AND CAREGIVERS IN A LATIN‐AMERICAN COUNTRY
The WW‐FINGERS‐SARS‐CoV‐2 initiative: a multinational survey to assess the effects of the COVID‐19 Pandemic on Lifestyle and Psychosocial factors relevant to Brain Health
The COVID‐19 pandemic on Patients With Dementia and Family Caregivers‐report from the Memory clinic
Alzheimer drug candidate NA‐831 for the treatment of Dementia caused by Covid‐19‐ A Phase 2/3 clinical trial methodology
Metacognition in older African American adults during the COVID‐19 pandemic
A qualitative study of older refugees’ perception and attitudes towards dementia and dementia risk reduction during the COVID‐19 pandemic
Perceived Stress and Loneliness During the COVID‐19 Pandemic in a Cognitive Aging Cohort
Using 7T MRI to Evaluate COVID‐19 and Brain
Trajectories of Neurological Recovery 12 Months after Hospitalization for COVID‐19: A Prospective Longitudinal Study
Olfactory dysfunction but not COVID‐19 severity predicts severity of cognitive sequelae following SARS‐CoV‐2 infection in Amerindian older adults
Cognitive impairment in COVID‐19 Survivors: Analysis and Extensions on Population Studies in Greece
Antipsychotic prescriptions and neuropsychiatric symptoms (NPS) in nursing home (NH)residents with dementia: a comparison of pre‐ and during COVID pandemic.
Depression and anxiety during the two waves of the COVID‐19 pandemic in two large, prospective, aging cohorts in rural and urban India.
Exploring Inflammasome/Cytokine/Insulin cascade as converging landscape for AD, Schizophrenia(SCHIZO), and COVID‐19 syndrome: synthesis of evidence and Post‐hoc analysis of Ginsans‐115 RCT in treatment‐resistant‐schizophrenia
Physical Activity, Stress and Cognitive Concerns During the COVID‐19 Pandemic Among Older Adults in the United States
Impact of the COVID‐19 Pandemic on Dementia Caregivers in the South US
The Potential Alzheimer’s Disease Drug, GM‐CSF, Enhances the Anti‐Viral Immune Response and Reduces Mortality in a Mouse Model of COVID‐19
Characteristics of Cognitive Function Changes and Related Factors in Individuals with Cognitive Impairment during the Pandemic of COVID‐19
COVID‐19 related life changes for family caregivers of persons with Lewy body disease
Neurodegeneration blood markers in largely Hispanic and non‐Hispanic Black COVID‐19 patients: from acute hospitalization to long‐term PASC with/without brain fog
The Utility of Blood Based Biomarkers in Detecting Neurological Complications of COVID‐19 in Critically Ill Patients
Mouse Adapted SARS‐CoV‐2 induces ‘long‐COVID’ neuropathology in BALB/c mice
The effect of COVID‐19 restrictions on sleep in individuals with cognitive impairment and their carers
A novel mouse model of SARS‐CoV‐2 induced neuroinflammation
Post COVID‐19 Cerebral Venous Thrombosis presenting as Acute Dementia
Utility of dual-energy computed tomography in the association of COVID-19 pneumonia severity
In this study, we investigated whether dual-energy computed tomography (DECT) could be used to determine the severity of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pneumonia. DECT can be used to associate the severity of COVID-19 pneumonia with high accuracy. Further studies are needed to draw definitive conclusions.
Developing a comorbidity score in cancer patients using healthcare utilization databases during the COVID-19 pandemic: An experience from Italy
Developement and validation of a COVID-19 comordity score for cancer patients. The total cancer patient cohort was split into training (70%) and validation (30%) sets. In the training set, comorbidities associated with the risk of developing a severe/fatal form of COVID-19 were identified and the score weights were estimated. The score performances were then assesed in the validation set, by areas under the receiver operating characteristic curve (AUC) and calibration plots.
Post-Coronavirus disease syndrome (post-COVID-19) syndrome: A case report
Post-COVID syndrome, a cluster of symptoms that develops or persists even after the recovery from COVID-19 or viral clearance, can have multi-system manifestations. This entity should be considered in patients who recently tested positive for COVID-19 after ruling out other possible obvious causes. Its management should involve a multidisciplinary approach.
A case of pericarditis in a middle-aged woman with COVID-19
Childhood Guillain–Barre syndrome in the SARS-CoV-2 era: Is there any causative relation?
Effectiveness, safety, and efficiency of a drive‐through care model as a response to the COVID‐19 testing demand in the United States
Letter to the editor: COVID-19 vaccinations in pregnancy
COVID‐19 in patients with persistent tachypnea of infancy
Phase 1 study of safety, pharmacokinetics, and antiviral activity of SARS-CoV-2 neutralizing monoclonal antibody ABBV-47D11 in patients with COVID-19
Left: CONSORT flow chart. Right: ABBV-47D11 Dose–Response for SARS-CoV-2 Viral Load AUC of Change from Baseline to Day 15. AUC: area under the curve; Box plots represent 25th/75th percentiles, median (solid line), mean (dashed line), whiskers represent min-max values, and dots represent individual patient data.
Prevalence of cutaneous manifestations in COVID‐19: A meta‐analysis
Intensive care unit burden is associated with increased mortality in critically ill COVID-19 patients
SARS‐CoV‐2 infection and vaccination in patients with hairy‐cell leukaemia
Childhood and children's migration in the era of COVID-19: A case study of Zimbabwean children/young people's migration to South Africa
What is the psychosocial burden of COVID‐19 on people with pulmonary hypertension?
Retinal blood flow and oxygen saturation in patients previously infected with COVID-19
COVID-19 vaccination and vision loss in three older male individuals homoplasmic for m.14484 T > C mutation in the ND6 gene
New onset of acute uveitis following COVID-19 vaccination
Clinical parameters related to the glial activation and neuronal alterations present in the retinas of COVID-19 patients
Ocular symptoms in confirmed COVID-19 patients: A local survey of mid and South Essex trust, England
Ocular surface manifestations and SARS-CoV-2 RNA detection in conjunctival swabs of patients hospitalized for COVID-19 pneumonia: A Belgian cohort
A unique case report of Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada syndrome following COVID-19 vaccination
Consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic on complex multimorbid elderly: Follow-up of a community-based cohort. SAMAC3 Study
Examining the role of micronutrients on improving long COVID sleep‐related symptoms
Prevalence of mental health symptoms in children and adolescents during the COVID‐19 pandemic: A meta‐analysis
The COVID-19 pandemic and its accompanying infection control measures introduced significant disruptions to the lives of children and adolescents. We conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis to examine the prevalence of mental health issues in youths and found the pooled prevalence of depressive symptoms, anxiety symptoms, and sleep disturbances to be 31%, 31%, and 42%, respectively. These results call for increased mental health research for children and adolescents.
Respiratory complications following COVID-19 in athletic populations: A narrative review
The COVID-19 pandemic and trade in agricultural products
Spontaneous intramedullary hematoma following COVID-19 vaccination: A case report
Raman spectroscopic cellomics for the detection of SARS‐CoV‐2‐associated neutrophil activation after TNF‐α stimulation
Reduced early response to SARS‐CoV2 vaccination in people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes, a 6 months follow‐up study: The CoVaDiab study I
Post-COVID-19 fatal Aspergillus endocarditis: A case report
Supply chain disruptions due to the SARS‐CoV‐2 pandemic lead to an unusual preanalytical error in measuring hemoglobin concentration in a large medical center
Pressure‐based beat‐to‐beat right ventricular ejection fraction and Tau from continuous measured ventricular pressures in COVID‐19 ARDS patients
Incidence of facial pressure injuries in health‐care professionals during the COVID‐19 pandemic: A systematic review and meta‐analysis
- Facial pressure injury was one of the most common effects experiencedby health-care professionals wearing facial PPE during COVID-19, which seriously affected their facial comfort and self-image.
- A number of studies have reported the incidence of facial pressure injury in health-care professionals, but the evidence is inconsistent.
- Medical staff are the main force during the COVID-19.
- This study showed that the pooled incidence of facial pressure injury in health-care professionals was 56.8% during COVID-19.
- This study showed that there was a higher incidence of facial pressure injury in staff who wore PPE for longer than 4 h and in those without any training experience.
- This study showed that the nose was the most common part of the face with pressure injury, and Stage I pressure injury was the most prevalent injury type in health-care professionals.
- This study may provide evidence for managers about the development of guidelines for health-care professionals to prevent and manage facial pressure injuries and promote the health of health-care professionals.
Antibody responses to COVID‐19 vaccination in people with obesity: A systematic review and meta‐analysis
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on help-seeking behaviours of Indigenous and Black women experiencing intimate partner violence in the United States
COVID‐19 plasma proteome reveals novel temporal and cell‐specific signatures for disease severity and high‐precision disease management
The effect of fear of contagion/being contagious on depression, anxiety and stress levels of university students during the COVID‐19 pandemic
Intersections of ageism toward older adults and other isms during the COVID‐19 pandemic
Quality of maternal and newborn care in Switzerland during the COVID-19 pandemic: A cross-sectional study based on WHO quality standards
Women's perspectives on the quality of hospital maternal and newborn care around the time of childbirth during the COVID-19 pandemic: Results from the IMAgiNE EURO study in Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, and Bosnia-Herzegovina
Quality of health care around the time of childbirth during the COVID‐19 pandemic: Results from the IMAgiNE EURO study in Norway and trends over time
Womenʼs perspectives on the quality of maternal and newborn care in childbirth during the COVID‐19 pandemic in Latvia: Results from the IMAgiNE EURO study on 40 WHO standards‐based quality measures
Quality of maternal and newborn care around the time of childbirth for migrant versus nonmigrant women during the COVID-19 pandemic: Results of the IMAgiNE EURO study in 11 countries of the WHO European region
Quality of maternal and newborn care around the time of childbirth in Luxembourg during the COVID-19 pandemic: Results of the IMAgiNE EURO study
Womenʼs assessment of the quality of hospital-based perinatal care by mode of birth in Romania during the COVID-19 pandemic: Results from the IMAgiNE EURO study
IMAgiNE EURO: Data for action on quality of maternal and newborn care in 20 European countries during the COVID‐19 pandemic
Regional differences in the quality of maternal and neonatal care during the COVID-19 pandemic in Portugal: Results from the IMAgiNE EURO study
Implementing caregiver management measures in general hospitals to prevent the COVID-19 pandemic
Clinical manifestations of EVALI in adolescents before and during the COVID‐19 pandemic
Repeated ethanol exposure and withdrawal alters angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 expression in discrete brain regions: Implications for SARS-CoV-2 neuroinvasion
Angiotensin converting enzyme-2 (ACE2) levels were elevated across multiple brain regions implicated in SARS-CoV-2 entry into the CNS after alcohol exposure in mice, including the olfactory bulb, hypothalamus, and brainstem. Soluble ACE2 levels increased alongside changes in TMPRSS2 and ADAM17, which cleaves cellular ACE2 to facilitate viral entry and fusion. Alcohol upregulates ACE2 expression as a compensatory response to inflammatory RAS signaling, and as a result may increase the risk of SARS-CoV-2 neuroinvasion and post-acute neurological sequelae.
Impact of COVID‐19 on professionals and patients in haemophilia care – The perspective from the EAHAD Psychosocial Working Group
New‐onset type 1 diabetes and severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 infection
In this article, we discuss the role of a noncytopathic mechanism of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection that could compromise peripheral immunotolerance by depleting regulatory T cells and facilitate the destruction of β cells by autoantigen-specific CD8+ T cells in the pancreatic islet milieu. We also discussed the clinical evidence demonstrating the potential loss of islet β cells by direct SARS-CoV-2 infection. Additional insights into the possible link between β-cell surface expression of SARS-CoV-2 entry receptors angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (ACE2) and transmembrane serine protease 2 (TMPRSS2) and direct or indirect islet β-cell damage contributing to new-onset type 1 diabetes after coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) are also described.
Mouth rinses efficacy on salivary SARS‐CoV‐2 viral load: A randomized clinical trial
COVID‐19 pandemic‐related changes in utilization of telehealth and treatment overall for alcohol use problems
Alcohol treatment utilization increased during the first nine months of the COVID-19 pandemic (March to December 2020), relative to the same months in 2019, across diverse subgroups of adults with alcohol use problems. Younger and healthier adults, who have historically underutilized care, had the greatest increases in alcohol treatment initiation, particularly via telehealth. Telehealth may have attracted a new subset of treatment-seeking individuals, but racial and ethnic disparities in treatment utilization were not exacerbated.
Structural brain changes in post‐acute COVID‐19 patients with persistent olfactory dysfunction
Binding Energy Partition of Promising IRAK‐4 Inhibitor (Zimlovisertib) for the Treatment of COVID‐19 Pneumonia
Safety Monitoring of COVID-19 Vaccines: Perspective from the European Medicines Agency
Rapid deterioration of renal function following coronavirus disease 2019 in a renal transplant recipient
Hematological characteristics of COVID-19 patients with fever infected by the Omicron variant in Shanghai: A retrospective cohort study in China
This study aimed to investigate the clinical and hematological characteristics of COVID-19 patients infected by the Omicron variant during the recent coronavirus outbreak in the city of Shanghai, China, from March 1 to May 31, 2022. Hematological parameters including WBCs, neutrophils, lymphocytes, platelets, hs-CRP and MLR, PLR, and MPR can be used for early diagnosis of COVID-19 in the fever clinic.
Serum calprotectin can indicate current and future severity of COVID-19
SC and IL-6 had a disease severity-dependent response for COVID-19 patients. However, SC content exhibited a better-differentiated pattern in which it increased significantly with the exacerbation of disease clinical symptoms. Mild to severe subgroups had significantly different SC and IL-6 levels, regardless of how many days had elapsed since the disease onset. Indeed, SC and IL-6 levels were not affected by the time of sampling indicating a contiguous inflammatory status in patients because inflammatory markers decreasing reflects attenuating inflammation and consequently an improvement in disease severity. As we observed that SC and IL-6 levels significantly reduced to normal in recovered patients and were comparable to control cases. Of note, their decrease was respective of disease severity. In general, SC was found as a more reliable marker than IL-6 in the COVID-19 investigation.
Changes in endemic patterns of respiratory syncytial virus infection in pediatric patients under the pressure of nonpharmaceutical interventions for COVID‐19 in Beijing, China
Psychological impact of COVID‐19 on nurses caring for patients during COVID‐19 pandemic in Gaborone
Disrupting Management Research? Critical Reflections on British Journal of Management COVID-19 Research and an Agenda for the Future
How do firms learn? Evidence from corporate cash holdings during the COVID‐19 pandemic
Neuraminidase is a host‐directed approach to regulate neutrophil responses in sepsis and COVID‐19
In the present study, several experimental approaches were carried out to evaluate the regulatory role of host neuraminidase (NEU) on the neutrophil response: (1) Lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-induced NEU activity triggers human neutrophil activation, an effect significantly inhibited by either oseltamivir or zanamivir; (2) mice oral treatment with oseltamivir and inhibition of host NEU fine-tunes neutrophil migration, improving infection control and survival rates in peritonitis and pneumonia-induced sepsis; (3) treatment of whole blood from severe COVID-19 patients with either oseltamivir or zanamivir reduced sialic acid cleavage and neutrophil overactivation; and (4) oseltamivir treatment of intranasally infected mice with a mouse betacoronavirus decreases lung neutrophil infiltration, viral load, and pulmonary damage.