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A study analysing the frequency distribution of clinical symptoms focusing on upper airway symptoms in COVID-19 patients with regard to parameters such as age, gender. 1. Lymphopenia and bilateral alterations at chest CT were very common between patients with COVID-19 2. Critical cases with complications (9%), intensive care unit admission (7.3%), invasive ventilation (3.4%), and mortality (2.4%)
32283980
(Ear Nose Throat J)
PMID
32283980
Date of Publishing: 2020 Nov
Title Clinical Presentation of COVID-19: A Systematic Review Focusing on Upper Airway Symptoms.
Author(s) name Lovato A, de Filippis C.
Journal Ear Nose Throat J
Impact factor
0.35
Citation count: 53


Frequency distribution of various otolaryngological symptoms in 155 COVID-19 patients with regard to parameters such as age ,gender etc were evaluated and interpreted. 1. The frequency of otolaryngological symptoms was higher in females than males. 2. The otolaryngological symptoms were also observed to be more frequent in the 1830 age group.
32875391
(Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol)
PMID
32875391
Date of Publishing: 2020 Sep 1
Title Otolaryngological symptoms in COVID-19
Author(s) name Elibol E.
Journal Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol
Impact factor
1.84
Citation count: 3


Frequency distribution of various otolaryngological symptoms in 155 COVID-19 patients with regard to parameters such as age ,gender etc were evaluated and interpreted. 1. The frequency of otolaryngological symptoms was higher in females than males. 2. The otolaryngological symptoms were also observed to be more frequent in the 1830 age group.
32875391
(Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol)
PMID
32875391
Date of Publishing: 2020 Sep 1
Title Otolaryngological symptoms in COVID-19
Author(s) name Elibol E.
Journal Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol
Impact factor
1.84
Citation count: 3


A 40+ year woman showed acute loss of olfactory function, without nasal obstruction, as a symptom of Covid-19. 1. No nasal obstruction was noticed with the loss of olfactory function. 2. No dysgeusia, fever or rhinorrhea was was reported by patient.
32267483
(JAMA Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg)
PMID
32267483
Date of Publishing: 2020 Jul 1
Title Sudden and Complete Olfactory Loss of Function as a Possible Symptom of COVID-19.
Author(s) nameEliezer M, Hautefort C et al.
Journal JAMA Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg
Impact factor
6.5
Citation count: 90


Evaluation of anomsia(loss of smell) and ageusia(loss of taste) observed in patients presenting with influenza-like symptoms
32279441
(Int Forum Allergy Rhinol)
PMID
32279441
Date of Publishing: 2020 Jul
Title Association of chemosensory dysfunction and COVID-19 in patients presenting with influenza-like symptoms
Author(s) nameYan CH, Faraji F et al.
Journal Int Forum Allergy Rhinol
Impact factor
2.52
Citation count: 182


Evaluation of anomsia(loss of smell) and ageusia(loss of taste) observed in patients presenting with influenza-like symptoms In ambulatory individuals with influenza-like symptoms, chemosensory dysfunction was strongly associated with COVID-19 infection and should be considered when screening symptoms. Most will recover chemosensory function within weeks, paralleling resolution of other disease-related symptoms.
32279441
(Int Forum Allergy Rhinol)
PMID
32279441
Date of Publishing: 2020 Jul
Title Association of chemosensory dysfunction and COVID-19 in patients presenting with influenza-like symptoms
Author(s) nameYan CH, Faraji F et al.
Journal Int Forum Allergy Rhinol
Impact factor
2.52
Citation count: 182


Frequency distribution of various symptoms in 2,450,569 participants from the United Kingdom were evaluated and interpreted. The COVID Symptom Study smartphone-based app (previously known as COVID Symptom Tracker) was developed by Zoe Global, in collaboration with Kings College London and Massachusetts General Hospital, and was launched in the United Kingdom
32393804
(Nat Med)
PMID
32393804
Date of Publishing: 2020 Jul
Title Real-time tracking of self-reported symptoms to predict potential COVID-19.
Author(s) nameMenni C, Valdes AM et al.
Journal Nat Med
Impact factor
22.66
Citation count: 148


Frequency distribution of various symptoms in 168,293 participants from the United States of America were evaluated and interpreted. The app collects data from both asymptomatic and symptomatic individuals and tracks in real time how the disease progresses by recording self-reported health information on a daily basis, including symptoms, hospitalization, reverse-transcription PCR (RT-PCR) test outcomes, demographic information and pre-existing medical conditions.
32393804
(Nat Med)
PMID
32393804
Date of Publishing: 2020 Jul
Title Real-time tracking of self-reported symptoms to predict potential COVID-19.
Author(s) nameMenni C, Valdes AM et al.
Journal Nat Med
Impact factor
22.66
Citation count: 148


A 60+ yr old woman showed only loss of sense of smell (anosmia) as a COVID-19 symptom. The patient was in contact with the index patient (90+ yr old man) with shortness of breath, cough, fever and altered sense of taste (dysgeusia).
32378854
(Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen)
PMID
32378854
Date of Publishing: 2020 May 5
Title Loss of smell or taste as the only symptom of COVID-19
Author(s) name Hjelmesæth J, Skaare D.
Journal Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen
Impact factor
0.45
Citation count: 18


A 60+ yr old man showed only loss of sense of taste (ageusia) as a COVID-19 symptom. The patient was in contact with the index patient (90+ yr old man) with shortness of breath, cough, fever and altered sense of taste (dysgeusia).
32378854
(Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen)
PMID
32378854
Date of Publishing: 2020 May 5
Title Loss of smell or taste as the only symptom of COVID-19
Author(s) name Hjelmesæth J, Skaare D.
Journal Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen
Impact factor
0.45
Citation count: 18


A 60+ yr old woman showed only loss of sense of smell (anosmia) as a COVID-19 symptom. The patient was in contact with the index patient (90+ yr old man) with shortness of breath, cough, fever and altered sense of taste (dysgeusia).
32378854
(Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen)
PMID
32378854
Date of Publishing: 2020 May 5
Title Loss of smell or taste as the only symptom of COVID-19
Author(s) name Hjelmesæth J, Skaare D.
Journal Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen
Impact factor
0.45
Citation count: 18


A 60+ yr old man showed only loss of sense of taste (ageusia) as a COVID-19 symptom. The patient was in contact with the index patient (90+ yr old man) with shortness of breath, cough, fever and altered sense of taste (dysgeusia).
32378854
(Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen)
PMID
32378854
Date of Publishing: 2020 May 5
Title Loss of smell or taste as the only symptom of COVID-19
Author(s) name Hjelmesæth J, Skaare D.
Journal Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen
Impact factor
0.45
Citation count: 18