Living with Covid19

  title={Living with Covid19},
  • Published 15 October 2020
Therapies for Long COVID in non-hospitalised individuals: from symptoms, patient-reported outcomes and immunology to targeted therapies (The TLC Study)
The symptom burden and underlying pathophysiology of Long COVID syndromes in non-hospitalised individuals and potential therapies are evaluated to establish the evidence base for appropriate therapies and recommend interventions for each newly characterised Long CO VID syndrome.
Persistent COVID-19 symptoms in a community study of 606,434 people in England
Female sex, increasing age, obesity, smoking, vaping, hospitalisation with COVID-19, deprivation, and being a healthcare worker are associated with higher probability of persistent symptoms in rounds 3–5, and Asian ethnicity with lower probability.
Analysis of 160 nonhospitalized COVID-19 patients with mild to moderate symptoms from an Austrian general medical practice: from typical disease pattern to unexpected clinical features
The broad range of mild to moderate symptoms experienced by 160 symptom-based coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) nonhospitalized patients, including 89 laboratory-confirmed cases, are described.
Long COVID (post-COVID-19 condition) in children: a modified Delphi process
This is the first research definition of Long COVID (post-COVID-19 condition) in CYP and complements the clinical case definition in adults proposed by the WHO.
Beyond Vaccines: Clinical Status of Prospective COVID-19 Therapeutics
This review summarizes the recent developments from the lab bench as well as the clinical status of emerging therapeutic candidates and discusses possible therapeutic entry points for the treatment strategies with regard to the biology of SARS-CoV-2 and the clinical course of COVID-19.
COVID-19 and Cardiovascular System. Part II. Post-COVID Syndrome
The Post-COVID-19 syndrome (PCS) main features and symptoms are considered, its incidence and link with comorbidity is presented and the possible mechanisms are discussed.
Burden of post-COVID-19 syndrome and implications for healthcare service planning: A population-based cohort study
A relevant proportion of participants suffered from longer-term consequences after SARS-CoV-2 infection, and the need for the timely planning of resources and patient-centered services for post-COVID-19 care is emphasized.