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Veronique Demers-Mathieu; Ciera DaPra; Elena Medo
Claus Klingenberg; Sahil K. Tembulkar; Anna Lavizzari (et al.)
Iolanda Jordan; Mariona Fernandez de Sevilla; Victoria Fumado (et al.)
Manal A. Shehata; Ahmed Adel; Ayman F. Armaneous (et al.)
Alberto Villani; Luana Coltella; Stefania Ranno
Mònica Girona-Alarcon; Sara Bobillo-Perez; Anna Sole-Ribalta (et al.)
Melike Yavaş Çelik
The aim of this study was to examine the experience of parents with coronavirus disease 2019 which demanded they separate from their children. Designed as a descriptive and qualitative study; the interviews were guided by a questionnaire developed by researchers in light of the relevant literature.
Yoshiyuki Sugishita; Junko Kurita; Tamie Sugawara
Barak Mizrahi; Smadar Shilo; Hagai Rossman (et al.)
Denggao Peng; Jing Zhang; Yiling Ji (et al.)
This paper aims to identify the risk factors for redetectable positivity, and to provide a basis for prevention and control of coronavirus disease‐2019 (COVID‐19) in children. A retrospective study was performed on all pediatric patients diagnosed with COVID‐19. Redetectable positivity was defined as the positive result of real‐time reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction for severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS‐CoV‐2) after symptom resolution and discharge. Children were defined as being less than 18 years old.
Ammal M. Metwally; Walaa S. Mahmoud; Fatma A. Shaaban (et al.)
In developing countries, overweight among children becomes an alarming problem and a health concern. Obesity is a factor in disease severity of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) having the greatest impact on patients. The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of overweight in some of the Egyptian governmental primary school children, its nutritional and socioeconomic determinants. Special focus was directed to identify the current dietary practices including risky nutritional habits of overweight children as a weak point leading to increasing their vulnerability to catching COVID-19 infection.
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