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100 Patients were surveyed post-discharge and the symptoms reported by them were recorded and divided into two categories based on whether or not they were in the ICU during hospitalisation. Data analysis was carried out using Microsoft Excel with descriptive statistics. Mobility, personal care, usual activities, pain and anxiety/depression were addressed using the EQ5D5L Version for Interviewer Administration
32729939
(J Med Virol)
PMID
32729939
Date of Publishing: 2021 Feb
Title Postdischarge symptoms and rehabilitation needs in survivors of COVID19 infection: A crosssectional evaluation
Author(s) nameHalpin SJ, McIvor C et al.
Journal J Med Virol
Impact factor
2.07
Citation count: 12


This study characterises the prevalence, onset and nature of musculoskeletal complaints in COVID-19 patients and explores their clinical significance. Statistics were performed using SPSS Statistics for Windows, Version 26.0 (IBM Corp, Armonk, New York).Clinical characteristics were compared between patients with and without musculoskeletal symptoms, and between patients in the different musculoskeletal groups using the Mann-Whitney U test, Fishers exact test and one-way ANOVA as appropriate
33476761
(Int J Infect Dis)
PMID
33476761
Date of Publishing: 2021 Jan 18
Title Viral arthralgia a new manifestation of COVID-19 infection? A cohort study of COVID-19-associated musculoskeletal symptoms
Author(s) nameHoong CWS, Amin MNME et al.
Journal Int J Infect Dis
Impact factor
3.42
Citation count: 1


A study of patients discharged from a single centre in France,conducted to monitor the persistence of symptoms post-discharge, through a telephonic questionnaire. mMRC-modified Medical Research Council grade 2 (Walks slower than people of the same age because of dyspnoea or has to stop for breath when walking at own pace)
32853602
(J Infect)
PMID
32853602
Date of Publishing: 2020 Dec
Title Post-discharge persistent symptoms and health-related quality of life after hospitalization for COVID-19
Author(s) nameGarrigues E, Janvier P et al.
Journal J Infect
Impact factor
5.1
Citation count: 12


Analysis of 11 COVID-19 positive patients with recurrent viral symptoms or viral re-infection.
32619697
(J Infect)
PMID
32619697
Date of Publishing: 2020 Nov
Title Clinical recurrences of COVID-19 symptoms after recovery: Viral relapse, reinfection or inflammatory rebound?
Author(s) nameGousseff M, Penot P et al.
Journal J Infect
Impact factor
5.1
Citation count: 43


Analysis of 11 COVID-19 positive patients with recurrent viral symptoms or viral re-infection. The fact that patients could experience re-activation of a long-lasting virus carriage or might be re-infected, as well as potential long-term effects of drugs or diseases that hamper the immune response, constitutes a substantial point of vigilance for the management of the pandemic at the individual and collective levels.
32619697
(J Infect)
PMID
32619697
Date of Publishing: 2020 Nov
Title Clinical recurrences of COVID-19 symptoms after recovery: Viral relapse, reinfection or inflammatory rebound?
Author(s) nameGousseff M, Penot P et al.
Journal J Infect
Impact factor
5.1
Citation count: 43


The study conducted in an Outpatient Telemedicine clinic involves identification of patients with persistent symptoms six weeks post the onset of the disease. Most of the patients identified were more likely to have underlying allergic and respiratory conditions The study was conducted in Emory Clinic Virtual Outpatient Management Clinic.
33117851
(Open Forum Infect Dis)
PMID
33117851
Date of Publishing: 2020 Oct
Title Characterization of Prolonged COVID-19 Symptoms in an Outpatient Telemedicine Clinic
Author(s) name Cellai M, O'Keefe JB.
Journal Open Forum Infect Dis
Impact factor
2.69
Citation count: 1


The study conducted in an Outpatient Telemedicine clinic involves identification of patients with persistent symptoms six weeks post the onset of the disease. Most of the patients identified were more likely to have underlying allergic and respiratory conditions The study was conducted in Emory Clinic Virtual Outpatient Management Clinic.
33117851
(Open Forum Infect Dis)
PMID
33117851
Date of Publishing: 2020 Oct
Title Characterization of Prolonged COVID-19 Symptoms in an Outpatient Telemedicine Clinic
Author(s) name Cellai M, O'Keefe JB.
Journal Open Forum Infect Dis
Impact factor
2.69
Citation count: 1


A 40 year old dental assistant showed oral manifestations and lesions after testing positive for SARS-CoV-2. 1. Systemic acyclovir therapy and local therapy were prescribed.
32772496
(Oral Dis)
PMID
32772496
Date of Publishing: 2020 Aug 9
Title Oral symptoms and lesions in SARS-CoV-2-positive patient.
Author(s) nameGlavina A, Biočina-Lukenda D et al.
Journal Oral Dis
Impact factor
2.43
Citation count: 1


Fondazione Policlinico Universitario Agostino Gemelli IRCCS in Rome, Italy, carried out a study on post acute COVID-19 symptoms persistence. Persistence of atleast one symptom was observed in 87.4% patients. The patients recovered from COVID-19 and tested negative twice were selected for the persistence of symptoms study.
32644129
(JAMA)
PMID
32644129
Date of Publishing: 2020 Aug 11
Title Persistent symptoms in patients after acute COVID-19
Author(s) name Carfì A, Bernabei R, Landi F; Gemelli Against COVID-19 Post-Acute Care Study Group.
Journal JAMA
Impact factor
14.78
Citation count: 82


Quantitative analysis of self-reported symptoms in COVID-19 positive patients on Twitter along with other clinical studies. First study to have utilized Twitter to curate symptoms posted by COVID-19-positive users
32620975
(J Am Med Inform Assoc)
PMID
32620975
Date of Publishing: 2020 Aug 1
Title Self-reported COVID-19 symptoms on Twitter: an analysis and a research resource.
Author(s) nameSarker A, Lakamana S et al.
Journal J Am Med Inform Assoc
Impact factor
4.46
Citation count: 7


Quantitative analysis of self-reported symptoms in COVID-19 positive patients on Twitter along with other clinical studies. First study to have utilized Twitter to curate symptoms posted by COVID-19-positive users
32620975
(J Am Med Inform Assoc)
PMID
32620975
Date of Publishing: 2020 Aug 1
Title Self-reported COVID-19 symptoms on Twitter: an analysis and a research resource.
Author(s) nameSarker A, Lakamana S et al.
Journal J Am Med Inform Assoc
Impact factor
4.46
Citation count: 7


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


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 2,618,862 participants were evaluated and interpreted.
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


On analysing published clinical data of SARS-CoV-2 patients from different countries, the authors observes the significant prevalence of musculoskeletal symptoms in patients. The study comprised of collecting clinical data from previously published research papers (n=54)
32423471
(J Orthop Surg Res)
PMID
32423471
Date of Publishing: 2020 May 18
Title Musculoskeletal symptoms in SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) patients
Author(s) nameCipollaro L, Giordano L et al.
Journal J Orthop Surg Res
Citation count 21


On analysing published clinical data of SARS-CoV-2 patients from different countries, the authors observes the significant prevalence of musculoskeletal symptoms in patients. The study comprised of collecting clinical data from previously published research papers (n=54)
32423471
(J Orthop Surg Res)
PMID
32423471
Date of Publishing: 2020 May 18
Title Musculoskeletal symptoms in SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) patients
Author(s) nameCipollaro L, Giordano L et al.
Journal J Orthop Surg Res
Citation count 21


The ocular symptoms and ocular tropism of SARS-CoV-2 infection was evaluated using OSDI and SEEQ Questionnaires. Out of 56 patients, 15 patients reported to have experienced aggravated ocular symptoms. 1. Exposure History: i. Infected in Wuhan: 13 ii. Community infected: 32 iii. unknown origin: 10 iv. Physician: 2 2. SPSS (Statistical Package of the Social Sciences) version 19.0 software was used for statistical analysis
32336042
(Acta Ophthalmol)
PMID
32336042
Date of Publishing: 2020 Apr 26
Title Evaluation of ocular symptoms and tropism of SARS-CoV-2 in patients confirmed with COVID-19
Author(s) nameHong N, Yu W et al.
Journal Acta Ophthalmol
Impact factor
3.06
Citation count: 37


The ocular symptoms and ocular tropism of SARS-CoV-2 infection was evaluated using OSDI and SEEQ Questionnaires. Out of 56 patients, 15 patients reported to have experienced aggravated ocular symptoms. 1. Exposure History: i. Infected in Wuhan: 13 ii. Community infected: 32 iii. unknown origin: 10 iv. Physician: 2 2. SPSS (Statistical Package of the Social Sciences) version 19.0 software was used for statistical analysis
32336042
(Acta Ophthalmol)
PMID
32336042
Date of Publishing: 2020 Apr 26
Title Evaluation of ocular symptoms and tropism of SARS-CoV-2 in patients confirmed with COVID-19
Author(s) nameHong N, Yu W et al.
Journal Acta Ophthalmol
Impact factor
3.06
Citation count: 37


The Covid Symptoms tracking app aim to track the daily self-reported symptoms of users in UK. The app helps track the range of symptoms, identify hotspots and characteristics of people under risk. Additionally, the app has been distributed to twins to identify the reason behind the varying severity of the disease Another app, US Health Weather Map, developed by Kinsa Insights in collaboration with Oregon State University, is being used to track atypical illness levels in the US. Although not designed specifically for covid-19, it is hoped that this may help to monitor regional distribution and trends in the transmission of coronavirus.
32220898
(BMJ)
PMID
32220898
Date of Publishing: 2020 Mar 27
Title Covid-19: Researchers launch app to track spread of symptoms in the UK
Author(s) name Mayor S.
Journal BMJ
Impact factor
30.22
Citation count: 11