Novel Coronavirus Outbreak Dec 30 - Jan 6 2022
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Point‐of‐Care Platform for Rapid Multiplexed Detection of SARS‐CoV‐2 Variants and Respiratory Pathogens
Coding the COVID patient: Is it futile?
- There are little data on outcomes for COVID-19 patients who suffer an in-hospital cardiac arrest (IHCA).
- COVID-19 patients had a significantly higher mortality rate after an IHCA compared to historical controls, with a 5.5% survival rate to discharge.
- The remarkably poor outcome is likely multifactorial including the pathology of COVID-19 as well as concerns about the logistics of resuscitating these complex patients.
Disparities in demand for COVID-19 hospital care in the United States: Insights from a longitudinal hierarchical study
Factors determining preventive practices of the healthcare workers regarding COVID-19 in Bangladesh
Using workplace thriving theory to investigate first-year engineering students' abilities to thrive during the transition to online learning due to COVID-19
Lessons learned and keys to success: Provider experiences during the implementation of virtual oncology tumor boards in the era of COVID‐19
Knowledge management and COVID-19: Technology, people and processes
Impact of psychological distress on physical activity during COVID examined
Consider outcomes‐based funding, special assistance during COVID‐19
Veterinary anatomy teaching from real to virtual reality: An unprecedented shift during COVID‐19 in socially distant era
No party no joy?—Changes in university students' extraversion, neuroticism, and subjective well-being during two COVID-19 lockdowns
Application of non‐pharmaceutical interventions in camps following the onset of COVID‐19
Lifestyle changes during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic impact metabolic dysfunction–associated fatty liver disease
The effects of workload on the styles of anger expression and “trait anger” of healthcare professionals working in a COVID‐19 pandemic hospital
Evaluation of Emergency Medicine Residency Programs’ use of social media in the setting of the COVID‐19 pandemic
Are nurses prepared to respond to next infectious disease outbreak: A narrative synthesis
The association of free testosterone levels with coronavirus disease 2019
Accessibility and utilisation of telehealth services among older adults during COVID‐19 pandemic in the United States
Decreased memory B cell frequencies in COVID‐19 delta variant vaccine breakthrough infection
Q&A with Ishwaria M. Subbiah, MD, MS: Palliative care and COVID-19
SARS‐CoV‐2 induced post‐translational protein modifications: A trigger for developing autoimmune diabetes?
Prevalence of anxiety, depression, stress, and perceived stress and their relation with resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic, a cross-sectional study
Rift Valley fever during the COVID-19 pandemic in Africa: A double burden for Africa's healthcare system
Capturing lifestyle changes and emotional experiences while having a compromised immune system during the COVID‐19 pandemic: A photo‐elicitation study
Nasopharyngeal virome analysis of COVID‐19 patients during three different waves in Campania region of Italy
The severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 infection is considered a major global threat that is still spreading around the world.
Nasopharyngeal swabs samples were collected from the Campania region cohort of 89 Covid-19 patients.
Descriptive analysis of respiratory virome was carried out with the HOME-BIO pipeline, that performed viral taxonomy profiling.
It detected coinfections with viral species belonging to Coronaviridae, Retroviridae, Herpesviridae, Poxviridae, Pneumoviridae, Pandoraviridae, and Anelloviridae family.
Only 2% of the cases (2/89) identified respiratory viruses.
The SARS‐CoV‐2 Omicron (B.1.1.529) variant and effectiveness of existing vaccines: What we know so far
IoT enabled smart bus for COVID-19
Great expectations: Living with and not dying from Covid‐19
Affective and coping responses to quarantine hotel stays
Reduction in Anthropogenic Emissions Suppressed New Particle Formation and Growth: Insights From the COVID‐19 Lockdown
Particle number concentrations decreased by about 85% during the COVID-19 enforced lockdown in Hyderabad
Atmospheric new particle formation and growth suppressed during lockdown
The reduction in anthropogenic emissions and meteorological variabilities lead to suppressed new particle formation and growth events
The incidence of acute kidney injury and its association with mortality in patients diagnosed with COVID-19 followed up in intensive care unit
Kidneys in SARS-CoV-2 era: A challenge of multiple faces
Do treatments for psoriasis increase the risk of hospital admission or death caused by COVID‐19 infections?
Linked Article: Penso et al. Br J Dermatol 2022; 186:59–68.
Varied skin reactions after COVID‐19 vaccination
Linked Article: Català et al. Br J Dermatol 2022; 186:142–152.
European student wellness, stress, coping, support and perceptions about remote dental training during COVID‐19
Lichen planus after CoronaVac: a rare complication of vaccines
Antibody responses to inactivated SARS‐CoV‐2 vaccine in peritoneal dialysis patients
Disparities in telemedicine during COVID‐19
Early maladaptive schemas and COVID‐19 anxiety: The mediational role of mistrustfulness and vulnerability to harm and illness
Neutralizing potency of COVID‐19 vaccines against the SARS‐CoV‐2 Omicron (B.1.1.529) variant
COVID‐19 challenges and firm responses: Analysis of a city‐wide census in a developing country
Prevalence and factors associated with mental health problems in Saudi general population during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Psychological distress and experiences of Adolescents and Young Adults with cancer during the COVID‐19 pandemic: A cross‐sectional survey
Serological testing for SARS‐CoV‐2 antibodies in clinical practice: A comparative diagnostic accuracy study
The evolving impacts of the COVID‐19 pandemic on gender inequality in the US labor market: The COVID motherhood penalty
Response to and outcomes of the Pfizer BNT162B2 vaccine in hemodialysis patients—A prospective observational study
Mandate from the pandemic: Nurses as policy leaders
(Mis)Communication of COVID‐19 vaccine benefits and harms
Turnover intention and coronaphobia among frontline nurses during the second surge of COVID‐19: The mediating role of social support and coping skills
Coronavirus disease 2019 vaccination is protective of clinical disease in solid organ transplant recipients
Mourning in quarantine
Plastic Antibodies Mimicking the ACE2 Receptor for Selective Binding of SARS‐CoV‐2 Spike
Adolescent loneliness, stress and depressive symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic: The protective role of friends
Disseminating online parenting resources in the community during the COVID‐19 pandemic: Lessons learned
Depression, anxiety, and stress among inflammatory bowel disease patients during COVID‐19: A UK cohort study
新型コロナウイルス感染症（COVID–19）に伴う難治性大量下痢症の1例(A case of refractory massive diarrhea in a patient with COVID–19)
Determinants of worse care for non‐COVID‐19 health or disability needs in Australia in the first month of COVID‐19 restrictions: A national survey
Evaluation of alarm fatigue of nurses working in the COVID‐19 Intensive Care Service: A mixed methods study
Review of authorship for COVID‐19 research conducted during the 2020 first‐wave epidemic in Africa reveals emergence of promising African biomedical research and persisting asymmetry of international collaborations
Engineered small extracellular vesicles displaying ACE2 variants on the surface protect against SARS‐CoV‐2 infection
Viral fever of unknown origin during COVID‐19 and dengue outbreaks in Pakistan: Is media spreading panic during pandemic?
Epidemiological changes of common respiratory viruses in children during the COVID‐19 pandemic
The epidemiological characteristics of common childhood respiratory viruses varied during the COVID-19 pandemic. The non-pharmaceutical interventions significantly decreased the transmission of common childhood respiratory viruses. Different protection strategies should be introduced for children of varying age groups. COVID-19 article requiring a fast track process.
Monoclonal antibodies as a trick or treat for COVID‐19? The example of abciximab
Shock determination in a two‐stage decision‐making model: The case of COVID‐19 in Colombia
Diversity, entrepreneurial innovation, and performance of healthcare sector in the COVID-19 pandemic period
A systems view of responding to the COVID-19 pandemic: A causal loop model for Taiwan's approach
A review of electrochemical biosensor application in the detection of the SARS‐COV‐2
COVID-19 and involuntary detention: An emergency medicine or emergency management responsibility?
Screening for SARS‐CoV‐2 in non‐symptomatic students and staff shows safe school openings under varying incidence with sufficient mandatory measures
Humoral immune response to COVID-19 vaccination in diabetes is age-dependent but independent of type of diabetes and glycaemic control: The prospective COVAC-DM cohort study
Erythema nodosum after Moderna mRNA-1273 COVID-19 vaccine
Residual antimicrobial coating efficacy against SARS‐CoV‐2
Retrospective evaluation of patients with chronic spontaneous urticaria using omalizumab during the COVID‐19 pandemic
Retracted: Chinese nationalism during the COVID‐19 pandemic: Conciliatory and confrontational discourses
Autoimmune gastrointestinal dysmotility following SARS‐CoV‐2 infection successfully treated with intravenous immunoglobulin
Effects of public health measures during the SARS‐CoV‐2 pandemic on the winter respiratory syncytial virus epidemic: An interrupted time series analysis
Changes to clinical education during the COVID-19 pandemic: Challenges and opportunities
The impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on activation of the massive transfusion protocol in the emergency department
Survey of SARS‐CoV‐2 in dogs and cats in high‐risk areas during the second wave of COVID‐19 outbreak, Thailand
Molecular basis of cross‐species ACE2 interactions with SARS‐CoV‐2‐like viruses of pangolin origin
COVID-opt-aiNet: A clinical decision support system for COVID-19 detection
Prescribing trends during pandemic suggest impact of mitigation efforts
Reflections on a successful hybrid type 1 diabetes summer camp in China during the COVID‐19 pandemic
Chilblain or perniosis-like skin lesions in children during the COVID-19 pandemic: A systematic review of articles
New and simple mathematical description of epidemics including consecutive waves
Reply to “Post‐COVID 19 neurological syndrome: A new risk factor that modifies the prognosis of patients with dementia”
Training during a global pandemic: A Child and Adolescent Psychiatry fellow's perspective
Six‐months immunogenicity of BNT162b2 mRNA vaccine in heart transplanted and ventricle assist device‐supported patients
Dental education practices during COVID‐19: A scoping review
From Alpha to Omicron SARS‐CoV‐2 variants: What their evolutionary signatures can tell us?
The effectiveness of mRNA‐1273 vaccine against COVID‐19 caused by Delta variant: A systematic review and meta‐analysis
Administration of mRNA-1273 vaccine is 66% effective against COVID-19 caused by Delta variant 21 days or more after the first dose.
Administration of mRNA-1273 vaccine is 91% effective against COVID-19 caused by Delta variant 14 days or more after the second dose.
Fluvoxamine lowers hospitalization risk in patients with COVID‐19
Longitudinal predictors of depression, anxiety, and alcohol use following COVID‐19‐related stress
Global talent management by multinational enterprises post-COVID-19: The role of enterprise social networking and senior leadership
Global talent management during the COVID‐19 pandemic? The Gods must be crazy!
Staff perceptions of COVID‐19 impacts on wildlife conservation at a zoological institution
The top perceived challenges of staff to zoological conservation due to the COVID-19 pandemic were lack of funding, inability to travel/work in field sites, and changes in the ability to communicate with the public. Many survey respondents believed the COVID-19 provided an opportunity to create resonant One Health messaging for a likely receptive public.
Early experience of COVID‐19 vaccine‐related adverse events among adolescents and young adults with rheumatic diseases: A single‐center study
Hypotheses to explain the associations between asthma and the consequences of COVID‐19 infection
Sarcoidal immune reaction following SARS-CoV-2 vaccination
Preschool education optimization based on mobile edge computing under COVID-19
Coronavirus: Vaccine Donations
Impact of the COVID‐19 pandemic on the glaucoma surgical waiting list
Delayed follow‐up of glaucoma patients due to COVID‐19 pandemic – impact on disease progression
Epidemiological evolution of viral conjunctivitis in ophthalmology emergency departments during the Covid‐19 pandemic
Assessing the use of telephone consultations to mitigate the effects of social distancing measures for the COVID‐19 pandemic in ophthalmology services
The impact of COVID‐19 on intravitreal injections of anti‐vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF): experience of a tertiary center in Tunisia
Microglia activation and cone disruption are the main alterations in the retina of human donors with COVID‐19
Patient opinion on the monitoring of their wet age‐related macular degeneration during coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic and on the importance of telemedicine
Inhibitory effect of whey protein concentrate on SARS‐CoV‐2‐targeted furin activity and spike protein‐ACE2 binding in methotrexate‐induced lung damage
Does cyberchondria predict Internet addiction among students during the COVID‐19 pandemic? A web‐based survey study
What was already known about the topic?
The Internet, including social media platforms, has become an essential source of health information.
The number of active Internet users seeking health-related information is growing, including students.
Cyberchondria and Internet addiction are relatively newly emerging issues.
With the increased use of smartphones, Internet addiction has become a pervasive problem among students.
Anxiety, especially in light of the COVID-19 crisis, might cause an aggressive cycle of cyberchondria resulting in internet addiction.
Internet addiction can predict cyberchondria.
What did this study add to our knowledge?
Few studies were reported about predictors of the cyberchondria and Internet addiction among students.
The participant students reported a moderate level of cyberchondria and a mild level of Internet addiction
Both cyberchondria and Internet addiction had a direct relationship with getting infected with COVID-19.
Cyberchondria can predict Internet addiction.
Long COVID to test limits of accommodations
Transient depletion of T cells during COVID‐19 and seasonal influenza in people living with HIV
COVID‐19 vaccination can occasionally trigger autoimmune phenomena, probably via inducing age‐associated B cells
The COVID-19 Pandemic and Asia: Editors' Overview
Intravenous thrombolysis for acute ischemic stroke in COVID‐19 era: Still the same?
Introduction. The Covid‐19 pandemic: global dimensions, local responses
How increased job demand affects nurses' task mastery and deviance in the pandemic era
Food Hardship in the US During the Pandemic: What Can We Learn From Real‐Time Data?
The Unequal Consequences of the Covid‐19 Pandemic: Evidence from a Large Representative German Population Survey
Taking care of the caregivers: The moderating role of reflective supervision in the relationship between COVID‐19 stress and the mental and professional well‐being of the IECMH workforce
Connecting during COVID: The application of teleservices in two integrated perinatal settings
Increased behavioral health needs and continued psychosocial stress among children with medical complexity and their families during the COVID‐19 pandemic
More than the market: Reinventing postpandemic economic relations
The costs and constraints of pandemic response in Mali
Not just disease: Ideology of risk and Indigenous population decline in North America
The social construction of disaster: Economic anthropological perspectives on the COVID-19 pandemic
Turning the world on its head: The virus that disrupted “business as usual”
What does pandemic response and recovery look like through the lens of anthropogenic violence and inequality?
2021: Making COVID‐caused changes permanent, for better or worse
Establishment of Human Pluripotent Stem Cell‐Derived Skin Organoids Enabled Pathophysiological Model of SARS‐CoV‐2 Infection
Establishment of Human Pluripotent Stem Cell‐Derived Skin Organoids Enabled Pathophysiological Model of SARS‐CoV‐2 Infection
Assessing cognition in the era of COVID19: Do we need methods to assess cognitive function virtually?
Telehealth outreach programming in the Pacific island of Guam: Providing access to dementia care support services during the COVID‐19 pandemic
Modifications in response to the COVID‐19 pandemic in a multimodal intervention trial to prevent cognitive impairment in older women with cardiovascular disease
Greater COVID‐19 impact for underrepresented racial and ethnic minority groups: A survey study on the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center participants
Effects of the COVID‐19 pandemic on healthcare and community‐based service use for people living with dementia: Perspectives from dementia care professionals
Leveraging virtual reality to train certified nursing assistants as essential dementia‐care personnel in the age of COVID‐19
Type and frequency of social contacts associated with low mood before and during the COVID‐19 pandemic in older adults: I‐CONECT project
Loneliness experience through COVID‐19 pandemic and lockdown is related with resting‐state brain networks functional connectivity
Dissemination of person‐centered community care for mild dementia using local cooperatives in Korea during the COVID‐19 pandemic
Pandemic times: Perception of online cognitive stimulation groups in in older adults with cognitive complaints
Effects of lifestyle on the health, depression, and quality of life of middle‐aged and elderly before and after COVID‐19: Structural equation modeling
Exploring the unmet needs facing individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias during the COVID‐19 pandemic
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on nutritional status in Alzheimer's disease
The impact of ICT use on feelings of loneliness and isolation during the COVID‐19 lockdown among older people
Effects of the lifestyle of the elderly before and after COVID‐19 on subjective health, depression and quality of life: The application of multiple group analysis
Lower motor function prior to the Covid‐19‐imposed lockdown predicts emotional distress in older adults with T2D
The impact of the COVID‐19 pandemic on cognitive health
Sex, caregiver status and amyloid positivity predict increased anxiety and depression during the COVID‐19‒related confinement
The COVID‐19 pandemic, a respiratory disease with a hidden time bomb in the brain: Impact on reserve and resilience
Greater psychological resilience during the COVID‐19 pandemic is associated with lower tau burden in cognitively unimpaired individuals
Neuroticism is the best predictor of lower emotional resilience during the COVID‒19‐related confinement periods
Tau‐load in the lingual gyrus impacts anxiety levels during the COVID‐19 pandemic in participants of longitudinal observational studies in aging
Development and dissemination of an ethical guidance and person‐centred isolation care planning tool to support the care of people with dementia during the COVID‐19 pandemic
Tau‐PET is associated with knowledge of COVID‐19, COVID‐19‐related distress, and change in sleep quality during the pandemic
Predictors of generalized anxiety during the COVID‐19 pandemic in older African Americans in Detroit
Cognitive health mediates the effect of hippocampal volume on COVID‐19‒related knowledge or anxiety change during the COVID‐19 pandemic
Behavioral and psychological symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease during the COVID‐19 pandemic in underserved settings
Dementia care in Taiwan during COVID‐19
The dementia policies in Australia relating to the COVID‐19 pandemic
U.S. POINTER: Lessons learned about delivery of a multi‐domain lifestyle intervention during the COVID‐19 pandemic
WW‐FINGERS‐SARS‐CoV2 in Finland: Changes in lifestyle and risk factors for cognitive impairment during the pandemic in the FINGER study
Methodological challenges across WW‐FINGERS Studies: Impact of COVID‐19 pandemic on statistical design and analysis plans for multidomain RCTs
Subjective cognitive decline is associated with higher anxiety and depression during the COVID‐19‒related confinement
Being a frail older person at the time of the COVID‐19 pandemic
COVID‐19 and cognitive impairment in the elderly: A literature review
The impact of COVID‐19 on the well‐being and cognition of older adults living in the United States and Latin America
The impact of the first wave of the COVID‐19 pandemic on health service use by persons with dementia in Ontario, Canada: A population‐based time series analysis
In Covid‐19 pandemic, quarantine measures affect daily living activities in normal individuals, but do not change the cognitive state
Telehealth‐based assessment of cognition in older adults during COVID‐19 and beyond
Utility and usability of brief, remote, and self‐administered cognitive assessment for older adults with intact cognition and mild cognitive impairment: A novel approach to increase access during the COVID‐19 pandemic
U.S. long-term services and supports, Covid-19, & dementia: Impacts and opportunities for policy change
Neuro‐COVID: Does severe COVID‐19 infection increase the risk for cognitive impairment?
Pandemic impact in care homes: Care homes perspectives
COVID‐19 and vaccination programme in one residential home
Approaches to engage an aging cohort in rural India during the COVID‐19 crisis and the psychological impact of COVID‐19 in this cohort
TMS‐induced EEG perturbation as a marker of psychological resilience to deleterious mental health effects during the COVID‐19 pandemic
COVID‐19 and older adults with Down syndrome: Presentation, complications and risk for mortality
Efficacy of cognitive stimulation therapy virtual program for older adults with dementia in COVID‐19 isolation
Effects of COVID‐19 on cognition of older African Americans
Vaccination beliefs in older African Americans in Detroit during the Covid‐19 pandemic
Resilience and perceived stress in cognitively normal older adults during the COVID‐19 pandemic
Aging research in the time of COVID‐19: A telephone screen for subjective cognitive concerns in community‐dwelling ethnically diverse older adults
Leveraging videoconferencing supports the continuity of Alzheimer research during the COVID‐19 pandemic and beyond
EXERT: Impact of COVID‐19 on retention and intervention delivery of a large multisite exercise trial in adults with MCI
Outreach and recruitment of African Americans for Alzheimer’s disease studies during the COVID‐19 pandemic
COVID‐19 pandemic: Quantifying the effects of the first lockdown on behavioral and cognitive measures using TASIC
The WW‐FINGERS‐SARS‐CoV2 initiative: Impact of the COVID‐19 pandemic on brain health and prevention strategies
Caring for residents with dementia during a COVID‐19 outbreak in a long‐term care home
Psychological status in the participants of the API ADAD Colombia trial assisted by a comprehensive mental health program during COVID 19 pandemic
Effect of COVID‐19 in cognitive manifestations in people with dementia of Alzheimer’s type
Cognitive rehabilitation in Covid‐19 patients with dementia of the Alzheimer’s type
The effect of prolonged lockdown due to COVID‐19 on demented patients of different stages and on their caregivers
Impact of Covid‐19 pandemic on lifestyle in a middle‐aged and elderly population
Investigating the prevalence of cognitive impairment in mild and moderate COVID‐19 patients two months post‐discharge: Associations with physical fitness and respiratory function
The role of physical health on the relationship between subjective memory complaints, anxiety, and depression in older adults during the COVID‐19 pandemic
Patient experience and satisfaction with remote memory assessment: Responding to clinical need in times of COVID‐19 restrictions
Plasma NfL trajectory during ICU‐treatment of COVID‐19 patients: A prospective cohort study
Neurochemical signs of astrocytic and neuronal injury in acute COVID‐19 normalizes during long‐term follow‐up
Plasma biomarkers of neurodegeneration and neuroinflammation in hospitalized COVID‐19 patients with and without new neurological symptoms
Olfactory dysfunction and chronic cognitive impairment following SARS‐CoV‐2 infection in a sample of older adults from the Andes mountains of Argentina
Home care becoming essential during pandemic
Tactics, teaching and transitioning: Response to the COVID‐19 pandemic in the nursing home sector
Feasibility and evaluation of the Dementia Engagement Modelling Program (DEMP): a novel model of aged care during COVID‐19
Effect of COVID‐19 on BPSD severity and caregiver distress: Trend data from national dementia‐specific behavior support programs in Australia
Latin American Older people and neuropsychiatric symptoms: a mini‐systematic review of effects of COVID‐19 Pandemic
Nonsignificant trends in COVID‐19 trials: Is there a significance?
Hundreds of clinical trials have been conducted on already available antiviral drugs or natural/herbal substances to repurpose for the treatment of COVID-19, but with no conclusively consistent statistically significant positive results.
Remdesvir, for example, is facing a confusing situation, after the two major large multinational studies SOLIDARITY and DisCoVeRy concluded that there are no significant survival benefits.
In this viewpoint article, we claimed that the inconsistent time to initiate antiviral drugs during the course of COVID-12 studies is the major contributing factor for this dilemma. We explained that patients already on mechanical ventilation at the study baseline are considered from a biologically different population than other severity groups. We provided a simple meta-meta-analysis to show how excluding them from statistical analysis could affect the statistical significance and conclusions.