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Eduardo A. Oliveira; Enrico A. Colosimo; Ana Cristina Simões e Silva (et al.)
Lucy Bray; Lucy Blake; Jo Protheroe (et al.)
This study aims to
gain insight into children’s health-related knowledge and understanding
of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV2) and
COVID-19, and measures adopted to mitigate transmission. A child-centred qualitative creative element embedded in an online mixed-methods survey of children aged 7–12 years. Children participated in the study in six countries – the UK, Australia, Sweden, Brazil, Spain and Canada.
Amin Soebandrio; Tina Kusumaningrum; Frilasita A. Yudhaputri (et al.)
COVID‐19 in children poses a significant challenge due to the atypical/asymptomatic presentations. The study is aimed to help understand clinical characteristics in Indonesian children for better management and control of transmission. Clinical characteristics of children with confirmed COVID‐19 were retrospectively analysed from the database dating from March to November 2020.
Nobuyuki Wakui; Shinichiro Abe; Shunsuke Shirozu (et al.)
Ahmad Fuady; Levina Chandra Khoe; Tiara Berliana Azzahra (et al.)
Giada Ferrari; Raffaella Dobrina; Sara Buchini (et al.)
The main objective was to explore the impact of personal protective equipment and social distancing on nurses, caregivers and children's communication and relationship in a maternal and child health hospital. The spread of COVID-19 pandemic made it necessary to apply infection prevention and control measures, including interpersonal distancing and the use of personal protective equipment. These measures may impact communication and relationship between nurses, patients and caregivers especially in a complex environment, such as a paediatric setting.
Shirley Shapiro Ben David; Daniella Cohen; Diana Tasher (et al.)
Suz Warner; Alex Richter; Zania Stamataki (et al.)
Alemu Degu Ayele; Gedefaye Nibret Mihretie; Habtamu Gebrehana Belay (et al.)
Fei Wu; Wei Lin; Peiyi Liu (et al.)
Pregnant women are emotionally
vulnerable and have suffered great psychological impacts. Following the
coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak, a study was undertaken of
the prevalence of, and factors contributing to, symptoms of anxiety and
depression among pregnant women in Shenzhen, China. A
cross-sectional study on pregnant women was conducted from September to
December 2020 in Shenzhen, using a random-recruit method. The General
Anxiety Disorder (GAD-7) and Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9)
surveys were used to evaluate symptoms of anxiety and depression. A
multivariate logistic regression model was developed to explore factors
potentially associated with symptoms of anxiety and depression during
Manas Kumar Nayak; Santosh Kumar Panda; Subhra Snigdha Panda (et al.)
Current evidence on vertical transmission of severe acute respiratory syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) and neonatal outcome among exposed newborns is emerging and posing a challenge for preventive interventions. Perinatal transmission to the neonates especially during breastfeeding and rooming in is also relatively unknown. This prospective observational study was conducted in Kalinga Institute of Medical Science (KIMS), Odisha state from 1st May to 20th October 2020. A total of 165 neonates born to SARS-CoV-2 infected mothers were enrolled. Real time polymerase chain reaction (RT PCR) testing was done in first 32 neonates in initial 24 hours of life.
James A. Connelly; Hey Chong; Adam J. Esbenshade (et al.)
Reyhaneh Zafarnejad; Paul M. Griffin
Felicity Aiano; Anna A. Mensah; Kelsey McOwat (et al.)
Daniel A Thompson; Hoda Abbasizanjani; Richard Fry (et al.)
Better understanding of the role that children and school staff play in the transmission of SARS-CoV-2 is essential to guide policy development on controlling infection while minimising disruption to children’s education and well-being. This national e-cohort (n=464531) study used anonymised linked data for pupils, staff and associated households linked via educational settings in Wales. It estimated the odds of testing positive for SARS-CoV-2 infection for staff and pupils over the period August– December 2020, dependent on measures of recent exposure to known cases linked to their educational settings.
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