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Zeliha Özlü-Erkilic; Oswald D. Kothgassner; Thomas Wenzel (et al.)
Susanne C. Diesner-Treiber; Peter Voitl; Julian J. M. Voitl (et al.)
Michael Wagner; Veronica Falcone; Sabrina B. Neururer (et al.)
This study aimed to analyze perinatal outcomes and adverse events during the COVID-19 pandemic's first wave to help direct decision making in future waves. This study was an epidemiological cohort study analyzing comprehensive birth registry data among all 80 obstetric departments in Austria. Out of 469 771 records, 468 348 were considered eligible, whereof those with preterm delivery, birthweight <500 g, multiple fetuses, fetal malformations and chromosomal anomalies, intrauterine fetal death, maternal cancer, HIV infection, and/or inter-hospital transfers were excluded. Women who delivered between January and June 2020 were then classified as cases, whereas those who delivered between January and June 2015-2019 were classified as controls. Perinatal outcomes, postpartum hospitalization, and adverse events served as outcome measures.
Elke Humer; Andrea Jesser; Paul L. Plener (et al.)
Gerald Jarnig; Johannes Jaunig; Mireille N. M. van Poppel (et al.)
Were COVID-19 mitigation measures associated with changes in cardiorespiratory fitness measures and body mass index among primary schoolchildren in Austria? In this cohort study of 764 primary schoolchildren aged 7 to 10 years, COVID-19 mitigation measures were associated with substantial reductions in cardiorespiratory fitness measures and increases in body mass index SD scores and the proportion of children with overweight or obesity. The findings suggest that collaborative efforts are needed to improve children’s health and fitness to prevent long-term negative health outcomes.
Christoph Pieh; Rachel Dale; Paul L. Plener (et al.)
Peter Willeit; Robert Krause; Bernd Lamprecht
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