- PREDICTORS OF SEVERITY IN SEVERE RESPIRATORY INFECTION IN CHILDREN WITH COVID-19 RESPIRATORY INFECTION IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY: The study found that children with respiratory symptoms caused by the SARS-CoV2 virus are at risk for severe illness. Early intervention is important for these children.
- Prevalence of covid-19 among patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and tuberculosis: There is a lack of knowledge about how tuberculosis and chronic obstructed pulmonary disease affect people with COVID-19. Researchers are trying to learn more about these diseases and how they affect people with COVID-19.
- Fondaparinux Sodium: Recent Advances in the Management of Thrombosis: Fondaparinux sodium is a drug that helps prevent and treat blood clots. It is approved for use in people who are acutely ill or undergoing surgery. The drug is safe and has been shown to be effective in many clinical studies.
- A Public Health Mission in Canada in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic: The coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic has caused many governments to offer stimulus packages to their populations. However, many of these governments were not prepared for the pandemic, due to previous strategic orientations that have weakened their capacity to respond adequately.
- A pilot study on the effect of transcranial magnetic stimulation treatment on cognitive dysfunction associated with long-COVID
- Fondaparinux Sodium: Recent Advances in the Management of Thrombosis Fondaparinux sodium is a drug that prevents and treats blood clots. It is safe and effective, and has been used since 2002.
- Bilateral papilledema with vision loss due to post-COVID-19-induced thiamine deficiency: illustrative case: A 18-year-old woman with COVID-19 had bilateral papilledema and blindness. This is a neurosurgical emergency due to high intracranial pressure.
- Long-term laryngological sequelae and patient-reported outcomes after COVID-19 infection: This study looked at the prevalence, characteristics, and long-term effects of interventions for laryngeal dysfunction after recovering from COVID-19 infection. 653 patients were identified retrospectively. Patients with PCR-positive COVID-19 who underwent evaluation by fellowship-trained laryngologists were included.
- Understanding the shared working spaces: a Geography of Co-working supply in Delhi: This paper investigates the location pattern of co-working spaces in Delhi, which is absent in the existing body of knowledge. Delhi is a political, administrative, educational, scientific and innovation capital that accommodates many co-working spaces in India. The Ordinary least squares (OLS) and geographically weighted regression (GWR) models were developed to understand the associations of co-working spaces of digital labourers with other urban socio-economic, services and lifestyle variables.
- COVID ‘variant soup’ is making winter surges hard to predict
- Large interfacial relocation in RBD-ACE2 complex may explain fast-spreading property of Omicron: The Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2 emerged in South African in late 2021. This variant has a large number of mutations, and is regarded as the fastest-spreading Covid variant.
- The influence of new SARS-CoV-2 variant Omicron (B.1.1.529) on vaccine efficacy, its correlation to Delta variants: A computational approach: The new COVID variant in Botswana has many mutations and is different from other variants. Scientists are concerned about its effects and are studying it.
Daily News Pulse for April 05, 2023
Summary: The domestic box office is close to reaching pre-pandemic levels, with mid-budget films helping to bring moviegoers back. Research has found that diabetes is a major factor in the severity of COVID-19 cases. The US government is planning to authorize booster doses of the vaccine for high-risk populations.