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Dokumenter [11] Sider [2] Kalender [28] Nyt fra tidsskrifterne [+20] Aktuelle smitsomme sygdomme [+20]

Dokumenter [11]

Dette notat omfatter patienter med følger efter infektion med SARS-CoV-2. Aktuelt defineres vedvarende symptomer ≥4 uger efter infektionsstart som langvarige symptomer, og vedvarende symptomer ≥12 uger anses som senfølger efter COVID-19.

Udarbejdet i samarbejde mellem DSOG og Dansk Infektionsmedicinsk Selskab

Invitation til møde den 20. maj 2022

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.

COVID-19 pandemien: Erfaringer vedrørende migranter og etniske minoriteters sundhed

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.

Indlæg af formand Rikke Krogh-Madsen i Altinget om opgradering af det infektionsmedicinske speciale

Vurdering af behov for antivirale midler og effekt af SARS-CoV2 infektion i de risikogrupper, som ifølge gældende retningslinjer skal tilbydes behandling med lægemidlet.

Sotrovimab anbefales ikke længere til behandling af tidlig COVID-19 med Omicron BA.2

Sider [2]

…andling 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, Cystisk fibrose (SST's arbejdsgruppe til eftersyn af området vedrørende c…


Kalender [28]

14. december, Online
21. marts, Aarhus Universitetshospital, Skejby
7. december 2021, Online
4. november 2021, Online
21. september 2021, Online
31. august 2021, Holst Auditoriet, Mærsk Tårnet, København
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16. marts 2021, Online
3. februar 2021, Online
19. januar 2021, Online
30. december 2020, Online
9. oktober 2020, Århus og online
18. juni 2020, Aflyst på grund af COVID-19
3. juni 2020, Mødet udskudt på grund af COVID-19
24. marts 2020, København

Nyt fra tidsskrifterne [+20]

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BMJ Open
5.10.2022
. Objectives. To determine factors associated with adherence to COVID-19 mitigation measures, related symptoms and testing, as well as pandemic-related income loss among Venezuelan refugee and migrant adults in urban and border areas of Colombia. . Design. Phone-based respondent-driven sampling. . Setting. Bogotá and Norte de Santander, Colombia. . Participants. 605 adult Venezuelan refugees and migrants residing in Bogotá (n=305) and Norte de Santander (n=300), who arrived in Colom…
BMJ Open
5.10.2022
. Objectives. To determine the pooled effectiveness and feasibility of telerehabilitation in patients with COVID-19. . Design. Systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials (RCTs). . Data sources. PubMed, CINAHL, Science Direct, PEDro, Google Scholar and Cochrane Library databases were systematically searched to the end of March 2022. . Eligibility criteria and outcomes. RCTs investigating the effects of telerehabilitation in the management of patients with COVID-19 were inc…
BMJ Open
5.10.2022
. Objectives. To assess the extent to which protection of healthcare workers (HCWs) as COVID-19 emerged was associated with economic inequality among and within countries. . Design. Cross-sectional analysis of associations of perceptions of workplace risk acceptability and mitigation measure adequacy with indicators of respondents’ respective country’s economic income level (World Bank assessment) and degree of within-country inequality (Gini index). . Setting. A global self-administered…
BMJ Open
5.10.2022
…come is the prevalence of poor SQ, which was measured using the PSQI. . Results. Overall response rate was 95.60% (N=607). The age of the participants ranges from 21 to 70 with a mean of 32.39 (SD±6.80) years. The magnitude of poor SQ during the COVID-19 pandemic in the last month was 60.30% (95% CI (56.28% to 64.21%)). Working greater than 10 hours per day (AOR=2.19, 95% CI (1.16 to 4.27)), electronic device use before bedtime (AOR=1.53, 95% CI (1.04 to 2.27)), high-risk perception of COVID-19 in…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
5.10.2022
by Ron Blonder, Yael Feldman-Maggor, Shelley Rap. . The experience of graduate degree lecturers in the natural sciences when they switched to online teaching during the Covid-19 pandemic is described. The shift to online teaching throughout the pandemic provided an opportunity to evaluate how lecturers integrate technology into their teaching and what they need to improve their remote teaching. This study used a twofold perspective of TPACK (Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge) and self-efficacy i…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
5.10.2022
by Sonia Ijaz Haider, Farhatulain Ahmed, Hassan Pasha, Hadia Pasha, Nudrat Farheen, Muhammad Talha Zahid. Purpose Life satisfaction influences well-being. Medical students often experience more stress as compared to their counterparts in other disciplines as they are required to meet the demands of both academic workload and clinical responsibilities. However, during the current pandemic, in addition to academic changes, inability to complete clinical placements, loss of peer interaction and social connect…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
4.10.2022
…hapy Venkatesan, Ali A. Weinstein, Zobair M. Younossi. Background The increasing number of physicians leaving practice, especially hospitalists, has been well-documented. The most commonly examined factor associated with this exodus has been burnout. The COVID-19 pandemic has put a unique and unprecedented stress on hospitalists who have been at the front lines of patient care. Therefore, the investigation of burnout and its related factors in hospitalists is essential to preventing future physician shorta…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
4.10.2022
by Fatemeh Aliverdi, Zahra Bayat Jozani, Nooshin Ghavidel, Mostafa Qorbani, Nami Mohammadian Khonsari, Farima Mohamadi, Minoo Mohraz, Zohreh Mahmoodi. Introduction The COVID-19 pandemic and its consequences have caused fear and anxiety worldwide and imposed a significant physical and psychological burden on people, especially women living with HIV (WLHIV). However, WLHIV were not studied as well as others during the pandemic. Hence, this study aimed to determine the relationships between COVID-19 phobia, h…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
4.10.2022
…o hospitals in Ontario and age- and sex-matched with a ratio of 1:2 with participants from a random sample of community-dwelling older adults who did not report having respiratory conditions (control group). The study group completed the LLDI prior to the COVID-19 pandemic and the control group completed the LLDI at the end of the first wave of the pandemic. LLDI frequency and limitation scores were compared between groups using Wilcoxon rank-sum tests. Results Forty-six study group participants (mean age …
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
4.10.2022
by Tadesse Awoke Ayele, Tesfa Sewunet Alamneh, Habtewold Shibru, Malede Mequanent Sisay, Tesfahun Melese Yilma, Melkitu Fentie Melak, Telake Azale Bisetegn, Tariku Belachew, Mahteme Haile, Taye Zeru, Mezgebu Selamsew Asres, Kegnie Shitu. Background COVID-19 had affected the health-care-seeking behavior of people with chronic medical conditions. The impact is even worse in resource-limited settings like Ethiopia. Therefore, this study was aimed to assess the extent and correlates of missed appointments amon…
Journal of the American Medical Association
4.10.2022
Postacute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection (PASC) appears to be uncommon in children and presents with features different from long COVID in adults, according to a cohort study published in JAMA Pediatrics that included 659 286 children.
Journal of the American Medical Association
4.10.2022
To the Editor In their recently published randomized clinical trial evaluating the efficacy of awake prone positioning in patients with COVID-19 and acute respiratory failure, the authors chose the primary outcome of endotracheal intubation within 30 days of randomization. I wonder about the implications of this choice because there was no provision of a standardized approach to intubation decisions and this trial was unblinded; the participants, research team, and treating clinicians all knew the group to …
Journal of the American Medical Association
4.10.2022
To the Editor We are writing about the recent COVI-PRONE (Awake Prone Position in Hypoxemic Patients with Coronavirus Disease 19) trial, which investigated the effect of awake prone positioning on endotracheal intubation in patients with COVID-19 and acute respiratory failure. Culture varies across countries and may affect the causal pathway being tested. The findings in this trial, which included aggregated data from 4 countries, may differ if data from Middle Eastern and Western countries are analyzed sep…
Journal of the American Medical Association
4.10.2022
In Reply In response to our recently published trial about the effect of awake prone positioning in patients with COVID-19 and acute respiratory failure, Dr Gershengorn states that to minimize bias we should have either mandated criteria for endotracheal intubation or used another primary outcome. Although we agree, in principle, that standardizing co-interventions and trial outcomes is important in situations when blinding is not possible, there were barriers to implementing this concept in our trial.
Journal of the American Medical Association
4.10.2022
In this Viewpoint, Lauren Gardner, winner of the 2022 Lasker-Bloomberg Public Service Award for creating the COVID-19 Dashboard, discusses the development of the Dashboard and the factors that contributed to its success.
Clinical Microbiology and Infection
4.10.2022
We thank Dr. Beccacece et al. for their letter to the editor notifying us that a study we included our recent meta-analysis has since been retracted. We believe it is paramount to avoid citing retracted works, particularly in meta-analyses [1]. With respect to our publication [2], we originally conducted a sensitivity analysis which excluded the now retracted trial, as it was at high risk of bias; however, that sensitivity analysis did not include the final results of WHO Solidarity [3]. To that end, we hav…
Clinical Microbiology and Infection
4.10.2022
we read with interest the systematic review and meta-analysis by Lee et al. concerning remdesivir use for the treatment of patients with COVID-19. Authors conclude that there is a high probability that remdesivir reduces mortality for nonventilated patients with COVID-19 requiring supplemental oxygen therapy (1).
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
3.10.2022
…iang Lin, Wen Wu Tan, Daryl Zhun Kit Chan, Kah Hoay Chua, Teoh Chai Yee, Mohd Aizuddin Mohd Lazaldin. Background To assess the quality of endodontic record-keeping and root canal obturation performed by undergraduate final year dental students during the COVID-19 pandemic. Materials and methods Dental records and dental radiographs of patients who received endodontic treatments between March 2020 and March 2022 by undergraduate students during the COVID-19 pandemic were included. The audit data were colle…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
3.10.2022
…n. Up to 2/3 of previously infected experience persistent olfactory and/or gustatory dysfunction after 6 months. The aim of this study was to examine subjective and psychophysical olfactory and gustatory function in non-hospitalized individuals with acute COVID-19 up to 6 months after infection. Methods Individuals aged 18-80-years with a positive SARS-CoV-2 PCR test no older than 10 days, were eligible. Only individuals able to visit the outpatient examination facilities were included. Gustatory function …

Aktuelle smitsomme sygdomme [+20]

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Medscape Infectious Diseases
5.10.2022
A national study again shows a low rate of myocarditis with COVID vaccines in those under age 40 years, but also an uptick in rates among male adolescents after a first booster. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
5.10.2022
Do we need to keep vaccinating against COVID-19? If so, for how long? Let's take a look at the numbers. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
4.10.2022
"Many people are still using the government guidelines about symptoms, which are wrong." .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
3.10.2022
The bill, California Assembly Bill 2098, declares that a physician or surgeon commits professional misconduct if they disseminate 'misinformation or disinformation' about the nature and risks of COVID-19. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
3.10.2022
The US will stop funding vaccines but says it wants equitable access. That’s not possible in a predatory system. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
3.10.2022
'Most are only dimly aware of it, which is not surprising in a country that seems to have mostly moved on,' Kaiser Family Foundation President Drew Altman told The New York Times. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
3.10.2022
China and India have approved nasal vaccines for use as a booster dose, but the availability of nasal vaccines in the United States and Europe may be years away. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
3.10.2022
Students account for a higher proportion of infected individuals who cause onward transmission than the overall public, according to an Italian study. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
30.09.2022
An increase in the use of two types of antibiotics to treat COVID-19 may have contributed to a rise in antimicrobial-resistant strains of Streptococcus pneumoniae. .
Statens Serum Institut
30.09.2022
Vaccinerede danskere rapporterede ikke dårligere fysisk, mentalt eller kognitivt helbred i månederne efter covid-19-vaccination i forhold til ikkevaccineredes oplevelser. Det er konklusionen fra en stor spørgeskemaundersøgelse af covid-19-vaccinernes sikkerhed i den danske befolkning.
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
29.09.2022
This report describes the effectiveness of second COVID-19 booster doses against infection, hospitalization, and death among nursing home residents.
Medscape Infectious Diseases
29.09.2022
The American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation issued two statements on how to assess and treat long COVID in kids, and to do the same for long COVID-related autonomic nervous system problems. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
29.09.2022
A retrospective electronic health record study of patients with rheumatoid arthritis and COVID-19 showed that men had more baseline comorbidities and increased risk of COVID-19 outcomes than females. .
Statens Serum Institut
29.09.2022
Covid-19-smitten stiger i uge 38, hvor antallet af indlagte også er steget. Det sker efter fem ugers fald eller stabilitet. Det viser ugens tendensrapport fra Statens Serum Institut.
Eurosurveillance latest updates
29.09.2022
. Background. After an outbreak of the SARS-CoV-2 Beta variant in the district of Schwaz/Austria, vaccination with Comirnaty vaccine (BNT162b2 mRNA, BioNTech-Pfizer) had been offered to all adult inhabitants (≥ 16 years) in March 2021. This made Schwaz one of the most vaccinated regions in Europe at that time (70% of the adult population took up the offer). In contrast, all other Austrian districts remained with low vaccine coverage. . . Aim. We studied whether this rapid mass vaccination …
Eurosurveillance latest updates
29.09.2022
We assess the immunogenicity and efficacy of Spikevax and Comirnaty as fourth dose COVID-19 vaccines. Six months post-fourth-dose, IgG levels were higher than pre-fourth dose at 1.58-fold (95% CI: 1.27–1.97) in Spikevax and 1.16-fold (95% CI: 0.98–1.37) in Comirnaty vaccinees. Nearly 60% (159/274) of vaccinees contracted SARS-CoV-2. Infection hazard ratios (HRs) for Spikevax (0.82; 95% CI: 0.62–1.09) and Comirnaty (0.86; 95% CI: 0.65–1.13) vaccinees were…
Medscape Infectious Diseases
28.09.2022
Vaccinated people had an adjusted increase in menstrual cycle length of less than 1 day with both the first and second vaccine doses. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
28.09.2022
The pandemic has contributed to the development of anorexia in almost half of children studied and has precipitated hospitalization in more than one third, data indicate. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
28.09.2022
Data show that of the 40% of American adults who contracted COVID-19, nearly 1 in 5 still have long COVID symptoms. That works out to 1 in 13, or 7.5%, of the overall US adult population. .

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