Signs and symptoms to determine if a patient presenting in primary care or hospital outpatient settings has COVID‐19 disease

@article{Struyf2020SignsAS,
  title={Signs and symptoms to determine if a patient presenting in primary care or hospital outpatient settings has COVID‐19 disease},
  author={Thomas Struyf and J. Deeks and J. Dinnes and Y. Takwoingi and C. Davenport and Mariska M G Leeflang and R. Spijker and L. Hooft and Devy Emperador and S. Dittrich and Julie Domen and Sebastiaan R A Horn and A. van den Bruel},
  journal={The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews},
  year={2020},
  volume={2020}
}
  • Thomas Struyf, J. Deeks, +10 authors A. van den Bruel
  • Published 2020
  • Medicine
  • The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
  • Abstract Background Some people with SARS‐CoV‐2 infection remain asymptomatic, whilst in others the infection can cause mild to moderate COVID‐19 disease and COVID‐19 pneumonia, leading some patients to require intensive care support and, in some cases, to death, especially in older adults. Symptoms such as fever or cough, and signs such as oxygen saturation or lung auscultation findings, are the first and most readily available diagnostic information. Such information could be used to either… CONTINUE READING
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