Since December 2019, the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic, caused >240 million cases and >5 million deaths. Given the current wider dissemination of pediatric cases, it is important to address questions regarding the clinical picture in children or if there are clinical patterns that may help us identify in an early stage what can be the prognosis and help clinicians with patient management. The study aimed to investigate in a French monocentric cohort and other European cohorts the presence of symptom clusterization and its possible connection to illness categories to help medical first-line screening and orientation in the pediatric emergency department (ED).

Symptom clusters helping the assessment of SARS-COV-2-infected children: Amiens cohort versus European data / Tchidjou, Hyppolite K; Palandri, Lucia; Righi, Elena; Monti, Marco; Ricard, Jannick; Pouplin, Suzanne; Tourneux, Pierre; Klein, Celine. - In: MEDICINE. - ISSN 1536-5964. - 101:28(2022), pp. 1-8. [10.1097/MD.0000000000029524]

Symptom clusters helping the assessment of SARS-COV-2-infected children: Amiens cohort versus European data

Palandri, Lucia;Righi, Elena;
2022-01-01

Abstract

Since December 2019, the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic, caused >240 million cases and >5 million deaths. Given the current wider dissemination of pediatric cases, it is important to address questions regarding the clinical picture in children or if there are clinical patterns that may help us identify in an early stage what can be the prognosis and help clinicians with patient management. The study aimed to investigate in a French monocentric cohort and other European cohorts the presence of symptom clusterization and its possible connection to illness categories to help medical first-line screening and orientation in the pediatric emergency department (ED).
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Symptom clusters helping the assessment of SARS-COV-2-infected children: Amiens cohort versus European data / Tchidjou, Hyppolite K; Palandri, Lucia; Righi, Elena; Monti, Marco; Ricard, Jannick; Pouplin, Suzanne; Tourneux, Pierre; Klein, Celine. - In: MEDICINE. - ISSN 1536-5964. - 101:28(2022), pp. 1-8. [10.1097/MD.0000000000029524]
Tchidjou, Hyppolite K; Palandri, Lucia; Righi, Elena; Monti, Marco; Ricard, Jannick; Pouplin, Suzanne; Tourneux, Pierre; Klein, Celine
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