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88.8% were symptomatic, of which Fever (63%) and Headache (47.6%) were the major symptoms in general whereas only 11.2% were asymptomatic.
33513332
(Emerg Infect Dis)
PMID
33513332
Date of Publishing: 2021 Mar
Title Epidemiology and Clinical Course of First Wave Coronavirus Disease Cases, Faroe Islands
Author(s) nameKristiansen MF, Heimustovu BH et al.
Journal Emerg Infect Dis
Impact factor
6.81
Citation count: 1


All the 3 clusters share Headache, Myalgia, Sore throat as common symptoms based on Tandem clustering analysis. 87,253 (56%) belonged to the common cluster and was reported the most frequent cluster. Symptomatic cases (20%) were more in contact with COVID-19 cases than presymptomatic (9%). Common cluster was represented in Blue in the Panel B of given Symptomatic profiling graph link.
33434668
(Int J Infect Dis)
PMID
33434668
Date of Publishing: 2021 Jan 9
Title Epidemiology of COVID-19 in Mexico: Symptomatic profiles andpresymptomatic people
Author(s) nameFernández-Rojas MA, Luna-Ruiz Esparza MA et al.
Journal Int J Infect Dis
Impact factor
3.42
Citation count: 1


Fever was the major symptom in 25 patients among 36 symptomatic cases, whereas Chest pain, Headache, Fatigue, Myalgia and Delirium were all minor symptoms.
33509318
(Epidemiol Infect)
PMID
33509318
Date of Publishing: 2021 Jan 29
Title Epidemiology of COVID-19 in Northern Ireland, 26 February 2020-26 April 2020
Author(s) namePett J, McAleavey P et al.
Journal Epidemiol Infect
Impact factor
2.01
Citation count: 1


A case study in Mexico, of a SARS-CoV-2 positive patient with an acute episode of pychosis as the only symptom. Lab results revealed Hypokalemia K 3.3, elevation of hepatic enzymes -aspartate aminotransferase 53U/L, alanine aminotransferase 69U/L, indirect hyperbilirubinemia and elevated ferritin levels (595ng/mL).
33472577
(Int J Emerg Med)
PMID
33472577
Date of Publishing: 2021 Jan 20
Title Hiccups and psychosis: two atypical presentations of COVID-19
Author(s) name Alvarez-Cisneros T, Lara-Reyes A, Sansón-Tinoco S.
Journal Int J Emerg Med
Citation count 1


A case study in Mexico, of a SARS-CoV-2 positive patient presenting hiccups as the only symptom. Probable cause of the patient's symptoms was phrenic nerve inflammation secondary to COVID-19 pneumonia.
33472577
(Int J Emerg Med)
PMID
33472577
Date of Publishing: 2021 Jan 20
Title Hiccups and psychosis: two atypical presentations of COVID-19
Author(s) name Alvarez-Cisneros T, Lara-Reyes A, Sansón-Tinoco S.
Journal Int J Emerg Med
Citation count 1


The study was conducted in a virtual outpatient COVID-19 clinic with aims to describe symptom profile and clinical outcomes.
33469566
(SN Compr Clin Med)
PMID
33469566
Date of Publishing: 2021 Jan 14
Title Symptoms and Clinical Outcomes of Coronavirus Disease 2019 in the Outpatient Setting
Author(s) nameKnight D, Downes K et al.
Journal SN Compr Clin Med
Impact factor
Cant find
Citation count: 1


A multinational cross-sectiolnal survey to determine prevelance of anxiety symptoms and associated risk and protective factors during the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 related education in LMICs can help decrease stigma and can enghance mental health in communities.
33035760
(J Psychiatr Res)
PMID
33035760
Date of Publishing: 2021 Jan
Title Frequency and correlates of anxiety symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic in low- and middle-income countries: A multinational study
Author(s) nameCénat JM, Dalexis RD et al.
Journal J Psychiatr Res
Impact factor
4.23
Citation count: 3


67% of liver transplant recipients with COVID-19 presented Fever as a general symptom.
32891405
(Transplant Proc)
PMID
32891405
Date of Publishing: 2020 Nov
Title Clinical Presentation, Treatment, and Mortality Rate in Liver Transplant Recipients With Coronavirus Disease 2019: A Systematic Review and Quantitative Analysis
Author(s) nameFraser J, Mousley J et al.
Journal Transplant Proc
Impact factor
0.95
Citation count: 4


A study on susupected COVID-19 positive patients to differentiate between the symptoms of patients with COVID-19 positivity and suspected patients with COVID-19 positivity. Taste and smell disorder were significantly more common in females and younger individuals. Cough is more common in elderly. Important COVID-19 markers : diarrhea, taste and smell disorders.
32807018
(Scott Med J)
PMID
32807018
Date of Publishing: 2020 Nov
Title Main symptoms in patients presenting in the COVID-19 period
Author(s) nameÇalıca Utku A, Budak G et al.
Journal Scott Med J
Citation count 1


Most common general symptoms were Fever and chills (39.7%) and least common was body ache (6.8%) out of 132 symptomatic cases.
33154280
(Niger Postgrad Med J)
PMID
33154280
Date of Publishing: 2020 Oct-Dec
Title Clinical characteristics, predictors of symptomatic coronavirus disease 2019 and duration of hospitalisation in a cohort of 632 Patients in Lagos State, Nigeria
Author(s) nameErinoso OA, Wright KO et al.
Journal Niger Postgrad Med J
Citation count 1


In a molecular epidemiological study in Thailand, 7 clinical samples were associated with GH strain of Type G cluster of SARS-COV-2 and patients presented with only Fever and Headache.
33024144
(Sci Rep)
PMID
33024144
Date of Publishing: 2020 Oct 6
Title Molecular epidemiology of the first wave of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 infection in Thailand in 2020
Author(s) namePuenpa J, Suwannakarn K et al.
Journal Sci Rep
Impact factor
4.12
Citation count: 1


In a molecular epidemiological study in Thailand, 2 clinical samples were associated with GR strain of Type G cluster of SARS-COV-2 and patients presented with only Fever, Malaise and Headache.
33024144
(Sci Rep)
PMID
33024144
Date of Publishing: 2020 Oct 6
Title Molecular epidemiology of the first wave of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 infection in Thailand in 2020
Author(s) namePuenpa J, Suwannakarn K et al.
Journal Sci Rep
Impact factor
4.12
Citation count: 1


In a molecular epidemiological study in Thailand, 1 clinical sample was associated with Type O cluster of SARS-COV-2 and patients presented with only Fever and Malaise.
33024144
(Sci Rep)
PMID
33024144
Date of Publishing: 2020 Oct 6
Title Molecular epidemiology of the first wave of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 infection in Thailand in 2020
Author(s) namePuenpa J, Suwannakarn K et al.
Journal Sci Rep
Impact factor
4.12
Citation count: 1


In a molecular epidemiological study in Thailand, 26 clinical samples were associated with Type T cluster of SARS-COV-2, predominant in Bangkok and patients presented with Fever, Malaise, Headache, Diarrhea and were admitted to ICU.
33024144
(Sci Rep)
PMID
33024144
Date of Publishing: 2020 Oct 6
Title Molecular epidemiology of the first wave of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 infection in Thailand in 2020
Author(s) namePuenpa J, Suwannakarn K et al.
Journal Sci Rep
Impact factor
4.12
Citation count: 1


A multinational observational study involving SARS-CoV-2 positive patients from 43 countries whose symptoms were analysed to establish their relationship with age, sex and ethinicity.
33140062
(medRxiv)
PMID
33140062
Date of Publishing: 2020 Oct 27
Title Symptoms at presentation for patients admitted to hospital with covid-19: results from the ISARIC propsective multinational observational study.
Author(s) name ISARIC Clinical Characterisation Group, Pritchard MG, Olliaro PL.
Journal medRxiv
Impact factor
Cant find
Citation count: 1


The study involves the development of a clinical prediction rule to use with a point-of-care test in order to diagnose COVID-19 in symptomatic outpatients. When the significant symptoms, phenotypes and risk factors were analyzed using multivariable logistic regression; the resulting model found the phenotypes of loss of smell or taste (olfactory phenotype), fever and cough (febrile respiratory phenotype), and wheeze and chest tightness (reactive airways phenotype) to independently contribute to diagnostic prediction:
33134843
(SN Compr Clin Med)
PMID
33134843
Date of Publishing: 2020 Oct 24
Title A Symptom-Based Rule for Diagnosis of COVID-19
Author(s) name Smith DS, Richey EA, Brunetto WL.
Journal SN Compr Clin Med
Impact factor
Cant find
Citation count: 1


The study is aimed at developing a clinical decision-making algorithm by analysing symptom frequency and its severity for better testing prioritization in COVID-19 outpatients. Participants were recruited, via social media and traditional media exposure, from across the United States, and data were collected through self-reported online surveys. These surveys were emailed using the Research Electronic Data Capture (REDCap) system, and data were stored on the University of Minnesota secure REDCap database.
33117855
(Open Forum Infect Dis)
PMID
33117855
Date of Publishing: 2020 Jul
Title Symptoms of COVID-19 Outpatients in the United States
Author(s) namePullen MF, Skipper CP et al.
Journal Open Forum Infect Dis
Impact factor
2.69
Citation count: 1


In the Wuhan city of China, out of 85 households with first case of SARS-CoV-2 infections, 65% presented with Fever, 5% with Fatigue, 5% with Myalgia as a symptom and 6% with other symptoms.
32283139
(J Infect)
PMID
32283139
Date of Publishing: 2020 Jul
Title Household transmission of SARS-CoV-2
Author(s) nameWang Z, Ma W et al.
Journal J Infect
Impact factor
5.1
Citation count: 27


5 most commonly experienced symptoms were reported in 120 patients.
32077115
(Allergy)
PMID
32077115
Date of Publishing: 2020 Jul
Title Clinical characteristics of 140 patients infected with SARS-CoV-2 in Wuhan, China
Author(s) nameZhang JJ, Dong X et al.
Journal Allergy
Impact factor
8.7
Citation count: 898


In the Wuhan city of China, out of 1 households with fourth case of SARS-CoV-2 infections, none presented with Fever, Fatigue, Myalgia or other symptoms.
32283139
(J Infect)
PMID
32283139
Date of Publishing: 2020 Jul
Title Household transmission of SARS-CoV-2
Author(s) nameWang Z, Ma W et al.
Journal J Infect
Impact factor
5.1
Citation count: 27


In the Wuhan city of China, out of 9 households with third case of SARS-CoV-2 infections, 44% presented with Fever, none with Fatigue, Myalgia or other symptoms.
32283139
(J Infect)
PMID
32283139
Date of Publishing: 2020 Jul
Title Household transmission of SARS-CoV-2
Author(s) nameWang Z, Ma W et al.
Journal J Infect
Impact factor
5.1
Citation count: 27


In the Wuhan city of China, out of 37 households with second case of SARS-CoV-2 infections, 70% presented with Fever, 11% with Fatigue, none with Myalgia as a symptom and 3% with other symptoms.
32283139
(J Infect)
PMID
32283139
Date of Publishing: 2020 Jul
Title Household transmission of SARS-CoV-2
Author(s) nameWang Z, Ma W et al.
Journal J Infect
Impact factor
5.1
Citation count: 27


A observational study of group 2 consisting of 10 patients showed 50% of the incomplete form of Kawasaki's disease and 20% COVID-19 positivity post pandemic in the Bergamo province of Italy.
32410760
(Lancet)
PMID
32410760
Date of Publishing: 2020 Jun 6
Title An outbreak of severe Kawasaki-like disease at the Italian epicentre of the SARS-CoV-2 epidemic : an observation cohort study
Author(s) nameVerdoni L, Mazza A et al.
Journal Lancet
Impact factor
43.38
Citation count: 431


A observational study of group 1 consisting of 19 patients showed 31% of the incomplete form of Kawasaki's disease diagnosed over 5 years before pandemic in the Bergamo province of Italy.
32410760
(Lancet)
PMID
32410760
Date of Publishing: 2020 Jun 6
Title An outbreak of severe Kawasaki-like disease at the Italian epicentre of the SARS-CoV-2 epidemic : an observation cohort study
Author(s) nameVerdoni L, Mazza A et al.
Journal Lancet
Impact factor
43.38
Citation count: 431


A observational study of group 2 consisting of 10 patients showed 50% of the classic form of Kawasaki's disease and 20% COVID-19 positivity post pandemic in the Bergamo province of Italy.
32410760
(Lancet)
PMID
32410760
Date of Publishing: 2020 Jun 6
Title An outbreak of severe Kawasaki-like disease at the Italian epicentre of the SARS-CoV-2 epidemic : an observation cohort study
Author(s) nameVerdoni L, Mazza A et al.
Journal Lancet
Impact factor
43.38
Citation count: 431