Characterising long-term covid-19: a rapid living systematic review

@article{Michelen2020CharacterisingLC,
  title={Characterising long-term covid-19: a rapid living systematic review},
  author={M. Michelen and L. Manoharan and N. Elkheir and V. Cheng and D. Dagens and C. Hastie and M. O’Hara and J. Suett and A. Burls and C. Foote and G. Carson and P. Olliaro and L. Sigfrid and C. Stavropoulou},
  journal={medRxiv},
  year={2020}
}
Objective To understand the frequency, profile, and duration of persistent symptoms of covid-19 and to update this understanding as new evidence emerges. Design: A living systematic review produced in response to the rapidly evolving evidence base for long covid. Data sources Medline and CINAHL (EBSCO), Global Health (Ovid), WHO Global Research Database on covid-19, LitCOVID, and Google Scholar to 28th September 2020. Study selection Studies reporting long-term symptoms and complications among… Expand
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