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CYP children and young people
Abstract Background To update and internally validate a model to predict children and young people (CYP) most likely to experience long COVID (i.e.
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VRI viral respiratory infection
For each outcome, SARS-CoV-2 was compared with a generic viral respiratory infection (VRI) by predicting diagnoses in the period between 30 and 365 days postinfection.
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I2 I-squared
Analysis of data was undertaken by using Cochran's Q test and the Higgins I-squared (I2) statistic for heterogeneity.
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SCCD self-controlled cohort design
A self-controlled cohort design (SCCD) observational study was performed to identify ICD-10 codes whose proportion was significantly increased in the outcome period compared to the control period to identify significant long-term effects.
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PH pulmonary hypertension
These similarities raise the intriguing question of whether pulmonary hypertension (PH) may be a long-term sequela of SARS-COV-2 infection.
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LC Long Covid
Vascular sequelae following (SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus disease) (COVID)-19 infection are considered as “Long Covid (LC)” disease, when occurring 12 weeks after the original infection.
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VDT Visual Detection Task
The aim of the current study was to assess the link between self-reported long-COVID symptoms and reaction times (RTs) in a self-administered Visual Detection Task (VDT) in order to identify the predictor symptoms of the slowing in reaction times to determine attention impairment.
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SSRs sympathetic skin responses
In our paper, we investigated pain, myalgia, and fatigue as symptoms in long-COVID patients with an electrophysiological approach, comprising the evaluation of sympathetic skin responses (SSRs) and quantitative electromyography (qEMG).
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UCSDH UC San Diego Health
In this study, an electronic survey was sent to patients in the UC San Diego Health (UCSDH) system who tested positive for COVID-19, querying if patients were experiencing symptoms consistent with Long COVID.
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DCE-MRI dynamic contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging
Furthermore, using dynamic contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging (DCE-MRI) in long COVID patients (n = 32), we observed elevated BBB permeability in distinct neuroanatomical regions including the frontal cortex, occipital lobe and temporal lobes which correlated with global brain volume and white matter volume deficits in patients with neurological impairment.
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