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Dokumenter [9]

I forbindelse med Sundhedsstyrelsens udgivelse af ’Personer med øget risiko ved COVID-19. Fagligt grundlag’, har DSI beskrevet følgende specialespecifikke patienter med øget risiko for et alvorligt COVID-19 sygdomsforløb.

Vejledning om afisolation på baggrund af den kliniske situation

Om bl.a. status fra afdelingerne, COVID-19 guidelines, afisolering og vaccination

Version 12 (16.03.2021). Denne vejledning er tiltænkt initial diagnostik og behandling af formodet COVID-19. Virussygdommen er først beskrevet i januar 2020, og der er endnu sparsom evidens på en række områder. Denne retningslinje vil løbende blive opdateret, som ny evidens kommer frem. Der er ikke foretaget en gradering af evidensniveau.

DSI anbefaler fortsat remdesivir ved indlæggelsekrævende COVID-19 med behov for tilskud af ilt, hvor iltmætningen i blodet er under 94% uden ilttilskud hos ellers lungeraske og, at hvor der ved røntgen af thorax påvises infiltrat(er). Dette holdningspapir omhandler baggrunden for anbefalingen.

I forbindelse med Sundhedsstyrelsens udgivelse af ’Personer med øget risiko ved COVID-19. Fagligt grundlag’, har DSI beskrevet følgende specialespecifikke patienter med øget risiko for et alvorligt COVID-19 sygdomsforløb.

Version 3.1 Antiviralt middel til behandling af hypoksisk COVID-19 pneumoni Udarbejdet af Tværregionalt Forum for Koordination af Medicin, Danske Regioner og Netværksgruppen af infektionsmedicinske afdelinger

Om bl.a. status fra afdelingerne, COVID-19 guidelines, afisolering og vaccination

Version 12 (16.03.2021). Denne vejledning er tiltænkt initial diagnostik og behandling af formodet COVID-19. Virussygdommen er først beskrevet i januar 2020, og der er endnu sparsom evidens på en række områder. Denne retningslinje vil løbende blive opdateret, som ny evidens kommer frem. Der er ikke foretaget en gradering af evidensniveau.


Sider [2]

…tetsbehandling ved HIV og hepatitis B og C HIV behandling af gravide HIV post exposure profylakse (PEP) Pre-exposure profylakse mod HIV (PrEP) Borrelia | Anne-Mette Lebech, Sigurdur Skarphedinsson Borrelia klaringsrapport COVID-19 | Marie Helleberg/Jens Lundgren, Lothar Wiese, Michael Dalager-Pedersen, Merete Storgaard, Isik Somuncu Johansen og Gitte Kronborg COVID-19 retningslinje Remdesivir DRG-udvalg | Bjarne Ørskov Lindhardt Endokard…


Kalender [9]

22.03.2021, Online
18.06.2020, Aflyst på grund af COVID-19
3.06.2020, Mødet udskudt på grund af COVID-19

Nyt fra tidsskrifterne [20]

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Lancet
17.04.2021
Doctors are reporting shortages of critical drugs and the need to ration care, pointing to public health failures. Lise Alves reports from São Paulo.
BMC Infectious Diseases
17.04.2021
Abstract Background The current pandemic of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, widely known as COVID-19, has affected millions of people around the world. The World Health Organization (WHO) has recommended vigorous testing to differentiate SARS-CoV-2 from other respiratory infections to aid in guiding appropriate care and management. Situations like this have demanded robust testing strategies and pooled testing of samples for SARS-CoV-2 virus has provide…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
16.04.2021
by Patience A. Afulani, Akua O. Gyamerah, Jerry J. Nutor, Amos Laar, Raymond A. Aborigo, Hawa Malechi, Mona Sterling, John K. Awoonor-Williams Introduction The COVID-19 pandemic has compounded the global crisis of stress and burnout among healthcare workers. But few studies have empirically examined the factors driving these outcomes in Africa. Our study examined associations between perceived preparedness to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and healthcare worker stress and burnout and identified potential…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
16.04.2021
by Umakrishnan Kollamparambil, Adeola Oyenubi Background Given the economic and social divide that exists in South Africa, it is critical to manage the health response of its residents to the Covid-19 pandemic within the different socio-economic contexts that define the lived realities of individuals. Objective The objective of this study is to analyse the Covid-19 preventive behaviour and the socio-economic drivers behind the health-response behaviour. Data The study employs data from waves 1 and 2 of S…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
16.04.2021
by Ismail Ibrahim Ismail, Ahmed Abdelkarim, Jasem Y. Al-Hashel Background Since the declaration of COVID-19 as a pandemic, all scientific medical activities were shifted to an online format, in the form of webinars, to maintain continuing medical education (CME). We aimed to assess physicians’ attitude among different medical specialties towards this sudden and unexpected shift of traditional face-to-face meetings into webinars, and to suggest future recommendations. Methods We conducted a cross-section…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
16.04.2021
by Diana Laila Ramatillah, Suri Isnaini Background Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) is a virus that causes COVID-19, which has become a worldwide pandemic. However, until now, there is no vaccine or specific drug to prevent or treat COVID-19. Objectives To find out the effective treatment as an antiviral agent for COVID-19, to determine the correlation between sociodemography with clinical outcomes and duration of treatment, and to determine the relationship between comorbiditi…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
16.04.2021
…l Fridman, Rachel Gershon, Ayelet Gneezy How do attitudes toward vaccination change over the course of a public health crisis? We report results from a longitudinal survey of United States residents during six months (March 16 –August 16, 2020) of the COVID-19 pandemic. Contrary to past research suggesting that the increased salience of a disease threat should improve attitudes toward vaccines, we observed a decrease in intentions of getting a COVID-19 vaccine when one becomes available. We further foun…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
16.04.2021
by Ahmed S. Doghish, Walid F. Elkhatib, Essam A. Hassan, Ahmed F. Elkhateeb, Eman E. Mahmoud, Mona I. Ahmed, Mahmoud A. F. Khalil Background Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a serious illness caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) and in severe cases associated with acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). Objective To describe the clinical characteristics of patients with ARDS-COVID-19. Materials and methods This study involved 197 male Egyptian participants, amo…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
16.04.2021
…nehu, Telake Azale, Animut Tagele Tamiru, Bayew Kelkay Rade, Eden Bishaw Taye, Zewudu Andualem, Henok Dagne, Kiros Terefe Gashaye, Gebisa Guyasa Kabito, Tesfaye Hambisa Mekonnen, Sintayehu Daba, Jember Azanaw, Tsegaye Adane, Mekuriaw Alemayehu Background COVID-19 is the novel coronavirus responsible for the ongoing global outbreak of acute respiratory disease and viral pneumonia. In order to tackle the devastating condition of the virus, countries need to attack the virus with aggressive and targeted tacti…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
16.04.2021
…, Lifeng Tan, Melanie Tan, Vijay Sharma, Shirley Ooi, Jasmine Winter Beatty, Kelsey Flott, Sam Mason, Swathikan Chidambaram, Seema Yalamanchili, Gabriela Zbikowska, Jaroslaw Fedorowski, Grazyna Dykowska, Mary Wells, Sanjay Purkayastha, James Kinross The Covid-19 pandemic has placed unprecedented pressure on healthcare systems and workers around the world. Such pressures may impact on working conditions, psychological wellbeing and perception of safety. In spite of this, no study has assessed the relations…
BMC Infectious Diseases
16.04.2021
Abstract Background COVID-19 pandemic has forced physicians to quickly determine the patient’s condition and choose treatment strategies. This study aimed to build and validate a simple tool that can quickly predict the deterioration and survival of COVID-19 patients. Methods A total of 351 COVID-19 patients admitted to the Third People’s Hospital of Yic…
BMC Infectious Diseases
16.04.2021
…onths. Although coronaviruses typically infect the upper or lower respiratory tract, the virus RNA can be detected in plasma. The risk of transmitting coronavirus via transfusion of blood products remains. As more asymptomatic infections are identified in COVID-19 cases, blood safety has become particularly important. Methylene blue (MB) photochemical technology has been proven to inactivate lipid-enveloped viruses with high efficiency and safety. The present study aimed to investigate the SARS-CoV-2 inacti…
Clinical Microbiology and Infection
16.04.2021
COVID19 convalescent plasma (CCP) is being extensively investigated as a treatment, with mixed results to date. Overall, there has been a generalized lack of appropriateness in prescriptions, which is termed patient-blood management in the field of transfusion medicine.
BMJ Open
15.04.2021
Objective To provide evidence on the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health of young people who grew up in poverty in low/middle-income countries (LMICs). Design A phone survey administered between August and October 2020 to participants of a population-based longitudinal cohort study established in 2002 comprising two cohorts born in 1994–1995 and 2001–2002 in Ethiopia, India (Andhra Pradesh and Telangana), Peru and Vietnam. We use logistic regressions to examine associations be…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
15.04.2021
by Shadnaz Asgari, Jelena Trajkovic, Mehran Rahmani, Wenlu Zhang, Roger C. Lo, Antonella Sciortino The COVID-19 pandemic compelled the global and abrupt conversion of conventional face-to-face instruction to the online format in many educational institutions. Urgent and careful planning is needed to mitigate negative effects of pandemic on engineering education that has been traditionally content-centered, hands-on and design-oriented. To enhance engineering online education during the pandemic, we conduc…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
15.04.2021
…e E. Wyers, Suat Simsek, Renée Douma, Auke C. Reidinga, Martijn D. de Kruif, Julien Guiot, Anne-Noelle Frix, Renaud Louis, Michel Moutschen, Pierre Lovinfosse, Philippe Lambin Objective To establish whether one can build a mortality prediction model for COVID-19 patients based solely on demographics and comorbidity data that outperforms age alone. Such a model could be a precursor to implementing smart lockdowns and vaccine distribution strategies. Methods The training cohort comprised 2337 COVID-19 inpa…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
15.04.2021
…ory syndrome caused by the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) is frequently associated with gastrointestinal manifestations. Herein we evaluated the interest in measuring the intestinal fatty acid-binding protein (I-FABP), a biomarker of intestinal injury, in COVID-19 patients. Methods Serum I-FABP was analyzed in 28 consecutive patients hospitalized for a PCR-confirmed COVID-19, in 24 hospitalized patients with non-COVID-19 pulmonary diseases, and 79 patients admitted to the emergency room for abdominal pain.…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
15.04.2021
by Katherine Klise, Walt Beyeler, Patrick Finley, Monear Makvandi As social distancing policies and recommendations went into effect in response to COVID-19, people made rapid changes to the places they visit. These changes are clearly seen in mobility data, which records foot traffic using location trackers in cell phones. While mobility data is often used to extract the number of customers that visit a particular business or business type, it is the frequency and duration of concurrent occupancy at thos…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
15.04.2021
by Benjamin R. Bates, Adriana Tami, Ana Carvajal, Mario J. Grijalva Background COVID-19 threatens health systems worldwide, but Venezuela’s system is particularly vulnerable. To prevent the spread of COVID-19, individuals must adopt preventive behaviors. However, to encourage behavior change, we must first understand current knowledge, attitudes, and practices (KAPs) that inform response to this health threat. Methods We explored KAPs among Venezuelans using a cross-sectional, internet-based questionnai…

Aktuelle smitsomme sygdomme [20]

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ProMED
18.04.2021
COVID-19 -- Worldwide/UnknownMany viruses can hamper coagulation, including those that cause dengue fever and yellow fever. In more severe cases, they may lead to bleeding. This is why these diseases are considered hemorrhagic viral fevers. In a paper recently published in the science magazine "Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz," a group of 10 researchers argues that the new coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) should be the 1st agent recognized as acting in the opposite fashion, by increasing the formation of blood c…
ProMED
17.04.2021
COVID-19 -- BrazilDoctors Without Borders (MSF) today [15 Apr 2021] called on the Brazilian government's leaders to muster the political will to respond to the threat, which it said is killing people by the thousands. MSF said last week [week of 5 Apr 2021], intensive care units (ICUs) were at capacity in 21 of 27 states, and hospitals across the country are struggling with shortages of oxygen for treatment and sedatives needed for intubation. It also said the country has a critical need for rapid antigen
Medscape Infectious Diseases
16.04.2021
New evidence emerged tying vaccines for COVID-19 to extremely rare cases of people who develop blood clots and low platelets within weeks of being vaccinated.
Medscape Infectious Diseases
16.04.2021
Researchers connect how much people report exercising before the pandemic and their outcomes after diagnosis with COVID-19.
Medscape Infectious Diseases
16.04.2021
The CDC reported that Native Americans and Alaska's indigenous people were 3.5 times more likely to get COVID-19 than the non-Hispanic white population, Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, MD, said.
Medscape Infectious Diseases
16.04.2021
Scientists who study the post-illness syndrome are taking a close look at patients' reports of this unexpected benefit of the vaccine.
Medscape Infectious Diseases
16.04.2021
"We have to prevent this from taking over the state of Washington," Inslee said.
ProMED
16.04.2021
COVID-19 -- Worldwide/UnknownThrombosis and thrombocytopenia have been reported after vaccination with the ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 vaccine (Oxford-AstraZeneca), a recombinant chimpanzee adenoviral vector encoding the spike glycoprotein of the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) [1,2]. To date, such reactions have not been associated with other vaccines against coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19). We describe a case of extensive thrombosis associated with severe thrombocytopenia and disseminated int…
Medscape Infectious Diseases
16.04.2021
The article, 'Anal swab as the potentially optimal specimen for SARS-CoV-2 detection to evaluate the hospital discharge of COVID-19 patients,' appeared in July in Future Microbiology.
Medscape Infectious Diseases
16.04.2021
The CDC says blocking middle seats on airliners could reduce transmission of COVID-19 up to 57%.
Medscape Infectious Diseases
15.04.2021
Approximately half of children with pediatric inflammatory multisystem syndrome temporally associated with SARS-CoV-2 had new-onset neurologic symptoms.
Medscape Infectious Diseases
15.04.2021
The risk of developing cerebral venous thrombosis from COVID-19 was "many-fold" higher than from receiving the AstraZeneca/Oxford or the vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna, researchers have concluded.
Medscape Infectious Diseases
15.04.2021
Counterintuitively, new research suggests a lower risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection and milder COVID-19 course in patients with serious mental illness who are taking antipsychotics.
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
15.04.2021
This report describes the percentage of emergency department visits attributed to COVID-19 and influenza diagnoses.
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
15.04.2021
This report describes changes in the number of emergency department visits during December 2020-January 2021 compared with the same months the year before.
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
15.04.2021
This report provides an update on excess deaths in the United States associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Medscape Infectious Diseases
15.04.2021
We owe these early fighters a debt of gratitude for transforming our response to public health crises.
ProMED
15.04.2021
COVID-19 -- Worldwide/UnknownWHO region (no. countries/territories):Total confirmed cases (new cases in last 24 hours) / Total deaths (new deaths in last 24 hours)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Western Pacific Region (19): 2 112 687 (16 958) / 33 952 (244)European Region (61): 47 891 858 (159 163) / 1 014 726 (4000)South East Asia Region (10): 16 534 019 (175 614) / 230 560 (1102)Eastern Mediterranean Region (22): 8 166 899 (54 806) / 166 542 (695)Region of
Medscape Infectious Diseases
15.04.2021
The number of new COVID-19 cases in children rose for the third time in the last 4 weeks, reaching the highest point since mid-February, according to a new report.
Medscape Infectious Diseases
14.04.2021
Reports of unusual movements after COVID-19 vaccination may be a result of this complex neuropsychiatric condition rather than being caused directly by the vaccine, experts suggest.

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