A Time Frame for Testing Negative for SARS- #COV2 in People with #Obesity

Objective: Obesity is a major risk factor for becoming seriously ill with the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19). One difficulty faced by clinicians and by patients is the unknown time frame of hospitalization until discharge of symptomatic patients. Methods: We followed 34 patients with laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 infection who recovered fromthe infection. All diagnoses were given using semi-quantitative RT-PCR on nasopharyngeal swabs. Envelope protein gene (E), RNA-dependent … Continue reading A Time Frame for Testing Negative for SARS- #COV2 in People with #Obesity

#Delirium In Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome- #Coronavirus -2 Infection: A Point Of View

Coronavirus disease 2019 was for the first time reported in December 2019 in China, and has since spread throughout the world as a pandemic. In this point of view, we aim to discuss the occurrence of central nervous system symptomatology, and delirium, in patients suffering coronavirus disease 2019. To date, most of the research done around this infectious disease caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome … Continue reading #Delirium In Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome- #Coronavirus -2 Infection: A Point Of View