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O. Lavaine; J. Spizzo; C. Arbitre (et al.)
The emergence and rapid spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) have shaken the planet, both in terms of health and economical aspects, constituting a real challenge for the scientific community. At the time of the arrival of the epidemic in France, there were limited data regarding how COVID-19 could affect children. A lesser severity compared with adults was described, but knowledge concerning clinical forms and screening strategies was missing. This retrospective and non-interventional epidemiological study aimed to describe the epidemiology and the clinical features of COVID-19 pediatric disease in the first university hospital affected by the epidemic in France.
Flore Moulin; Tarik El‑Aarbaoui; Joel José Herranz Bustamante (et al.)
Laura Di Domenico; Giulia Pullano; Chiara E. Sabbatini
Kaat Philippe; Claire Chabanet; Sylvie Issanchou (et al.)
Lionel Piroth; Jonathan Cottenet; Anne-Sophie Mariet (et al.)
Nadia Nathan; Blandine Prevost; Chiara Sileo (et al.)
Marine Cacioppo; Sandra Bouvier; Rodolphe Bailly (et al.)
The daily lives of children with physical disabilities and their families have been significantly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The children face health risks, especially mental, behavioral, social and physical risks. This study aimed to identify potential healthcare issues relating to the wellbeing of disabled children, continuity of rehabilitation and medical care, and parental concerns during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Naim Ouldali Ouldali; Marie Pouletty; Patricia Mariani (et al.)
UNICEF Innocenti's Children and COVID-19 Library is a database collecting research from around the world on COVID-19 and its impacts on children and adolescents.
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