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Dokumenter [11] Sider [2] Kalender [16] Nyt fra tidsskrifterne [+20] Aktuelle smitsomme sygdomme [+20]

Dokumenter [11]

Skematisk oversigt over behandlingsmuligheder afhængigt af sygdommens sværhedsgrad og patientgruppe.

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.

Version 5. Vejledende algoritme til korrekt brug af monoklonale antistoffer ved COVID-19. Se evt. også "Vurdering af behov for monoklonale antistoffer og effekt af SARS-CoV2 infektion i de risikogrupper, som ifølge gældende retningslinjer skal tilbydes behandling med lægemidlet" på www.infmed.dk/download?UID=5fc7fd49af1c9c25a528e004cb226f7f1533f7c7

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

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.

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, Remdesivir, Cystisk fibrose (SST's arbejdsgruppe til eftersyn af området…


Kalender [16]

7. december 2021, Online
4. november 2021, Online
21. september 2021, Online
31. august 2021, Holst Auditoriet, Mærsk Tårnet, København
27. maj 2021, Online
13. april 2021, Online
22. marts 2021, Online
16. marts 2021, Online
3. februar 2021, Online
19. januar 2021, Online
30. december 2020, Online
18. juni 2020, Aflyst på grund af COVID-19
3. juni 2020, Mødet udskudt på grund af COVID-19

Nyt fra tidsskrifterne [+20]

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BMJ Open
20.01.2022
. Introduction. COVID-19 vaccines require enhanced safety monitoring after emergency approval. The Canadian National Vaccine Safety Network monitors the safety of COVID-19 vaccines and provides enhanced monitoring for healthy, auto-immune, immunocompromised, pregnant and breastfeeding populations and allows for the detection of safety signals. . Methods and analysis. Online participant reporting of health events in vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals 12 years of age and older is captured in three s…
BMJ Open
20.01.2022
… It is therefore a priority to estimate the impact of the pandemic on mental health and to propose targeted strategies to improve resilience. The aims of the study were to (1) assess the mental health of healthcare professionals working with patients with COVID-19 and identify social determinants that may increase the risk of negative outcomes; and (2) test the effectiveness of an intervention to improve the resilience of healthcare professionals in France. . Methods and analysis. To evaluate the first o…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
20.01.2022
by Noori Akhtar-Danesh, Andrea Baumann, Mary Crea-Arsenio, Valentina Antonipillai. . The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has had devastating consequences worldwide, including a spike in global mortality. Residents of long-term care homes have been disproportionately affected. We conducted a retrospective cohort study to determine the scale of pandemic-related deaths of long-term care residents in the province of Ontario, Canada, and to estimate excess mortality due to a positive COVID-19 test adjusted…
Journal of Medical Virology
20.01.2022
Journal of Medical Virology, Accepted Article.
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
19.01.2022
by Wouter S. Hoogenboom, Joyce Q. Lu, Benjamin Musheyev, Lara Borg, Rebeca Janowicz, Stacey Pamlayne, Wei Hou, Tim Q. Duong. Introduction Although patients with severe COVID-19 are known to be at high risk of developing thrombotic events, the effects of anticoagulation (AC) dose and duration on in-hospital mortality in critically ill patients remain poorly understood and controversial. The goal of this study was to investigate survival of critically ill COVID-19 patients who received prophylactic or therap…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
19.01.2022
by Sun-a Jeong, Jinhee Kim. Purpose It is necessary to identify factors that influence nurses’ intention to care for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) patients to improve the quality of care during the pandemic. This study identifies factors that influence nurses’ intention to care for COVID-19 patients, focusing on positive psychological capital and nursing professionalism. Methods This study adopted a descriptive correlational design. Data were collected between August 16 and August 30, 2020, thro…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
19.01.2022
by Qianyi Chen, Shilin Xia, Hua Sui, Xueying Shi, Bingqian Huang, Tingxin Wang. Introduction The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), emerged in late 2019, was caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The risk factors for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) and COVID-19 are reported to be common. This study aimed to determine the potential role of differentially expressed genes (DEGs) common in IPF and COVID-19. Materials and methods Based on GEO database, we obtained DEGs f…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
19.01.2022
by Fabia Morales-Vives, Jorge-Manuel Dueñas, Pere J. Ferrando, Andreu Vigil-Colet, Maria Dolores Varea. . Several studies in different countries have reported that part of the population does not fully comply with the measures recommended to prevent COVID-19, and therefore poses a risk to public health. For this reason, several measures have been developed to assess the level of compliance, although many of them have methodological limitations or do not include a comprehensive set of items. The main goal…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
19.01.2022
by Stephanie Daley, Nicolas Farina, Laura Hughes, Elise Armsby, Nazire Akarsu, Joanna Pooley, Georgia Towson, Yvonne Feeney, Naji Tabet, Bethany Fine, Sube Banerjee. Introduction COVID-19 has placed unprecedented pressure on dementia health and social care systems worldwide. This has resulted in reduced services and support for people with dementia and their family carers. There are gaps in the evidence on the impact of the pandemic on Quality of Life (QoL). We carried out a study on the impact of the pand…
New England Journal of Medicine
19.01.2022
New England Journal of Medicine, Ahead of Print.
New England Journal of Medicine
19.01.2022
New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 386, Issue 3, January 2022.
Science Advances
19.01.2022
Science Advances, <a href='www.science.org/toc/sciadv/8/3'>Volume 8, Issue 3</a>, January 2022.
BMC Infectious Diseases
19.01.2022
. Abstract. . Background. To compare differences in the probability of COVID-19-related death between native Italians and immigrants hospitalised with COVID-19. . . Methods. This retrospective study of prospectively collected data was conducted at the ASST Fatebenefratelli-Sacco Hospital in Milan, Italy, between 21 February and 31 Nov…
BMJ Open
18.01.2022
. Objective. This is the first British multicentre study observing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on orthopaedic trauma with respect to referrals, operative caseload and mortality during its peak. . Design. A longitudinal, multicentre, retrospective, observational, cohort study was conducted during the peak 6 weeks of the first wave from 17 March 2020 compared with the same period in 2019. . Setting. Hospitals from six major urban cities were recruited around the UK, including London. . Parti…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
18.01.2022
…verde-Hernández, José Roberto Galindo-Donaire, Ingris Peláez-Ballestas, Virginia Pascual-Ramos. Background Previous models that assess quality-of-Life (QoL) in patients with rheumatic diseases have a strong biomedical focus. We evaluated the impact of COVID-19 related-health care interruption (HCI) on the physical, psychological, social relationships and environment QoL-dimensions, and explored factors associated with QoL when patients were reincorporated to the outpatient clinic, and after six-month fo…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
18.01.2022
…port roles such as nursing assistants and dietary service staff. Compared to physicians and nurses, they are underpaid and potentially undervalued, yet play a critical role in health systems. This study examined the impact of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic from the perspective of Black and Latinx health care workers in support roles (referred to here as HCWs). From December 2020 to February 2021, we conducted 2 group interviews (n = 9, 1 group in English and 1 group in Spanish language) an…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
18.01.2022
by Nisreen N. Al Awaji, Alanoud A. AlMudaiheem, Eman M. Mortada. Purpose The study aimed to investigate changes in the role of speech-language pathologists (SLPs) during the COVID-19 pandemic in Saudi Arabia. It also assessed the SLPs’ perceptions of delivering services using telehealth as a part of their everyday clinical practice before and during the COVID-19 pandemic. Method SLPs in Saudi Arabia were invited to complete a web-based survey covering questions related to changes to the role of SLPs dur…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
18.01.2022
by Yit Siew Chin, Fui Chee Woon, Yoke Mun Chan. Background The COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns have affected daily lives of the communities worldwide. This study aims to determine the lifestyle behaviours and their associations with body weight changes among Malaysian adults during the Movement Control Order (MCO) due to COVID-19 pandemic. Methods A total of 1319 Malaysian adults participated in this cross-sectional online survey. Information on anthropometric data including body weight and height, and lifest…

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Medscape Infectious Diseases
20.01.2022
A new study from California and New York found that people who were both vaccinated and had a prior COVID-19 infection had the most protection against the coronavirus last summer and fall. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
20.01.2022
A European expert discusses the different strengths and weaknesses of RT-PCR and rapid antigen COVID-19 tests and explains why the products are difficult to compare. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
20.01.2022
We asked. You answered. Here's how our readers feel about the pandemic. Like is it almost over? .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
20.01.2022
WebMD's Chief Medical Officer, John Whyte, MD, MPH, speaks with Eric Topol, MD, Executive Vice President, Scripps Research and Editor-in-Chief, Medscape, about the status of our fight against COVID-19 as we hit the 2-year mark of the pandemic. .
ECDC COVID-19 updates
20.01.2022
This document reports the first interim pooled estimates from the ECDC study of COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness (VE).
Medscape Infectious Diseases
20.01.2022
Experts hope for a better summer and envision an endemic status ahead where health systems will include COVID-19 as part of the yearly respiratory burden. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
20.01.2022
'Benefit finding' is a skill among some of the more resilient people whose lives have been upended by COVID-19, and experts explain how it can help others. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
19.01.2022
Over the 3-week stretch from December 17 to January 13, weekly cases increased by 394%. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
19.01.2022
A PLOS journal has issued an expression of concern for a 2018 paper which claimed that ivermectin could be useful as a way to control dengue fever. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
19.01.2022
Given the similarities between symptoms of influenza and COVID-19, distinguishing between the two diseases when both are spreading in the community is challenging. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
19.01.2022
Telling insurance companies to pay for rapid COVID-19 tests is just the latest COVID-related cost the federal government expects them to bear. But who really ends up paying for it? .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
19.01.2022
Some schools have gone virtual to begin the semester. Critics of virtual learning have charged that universities have ignored science and are enforcing COVID-19 policies that are unfair to students. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
19.01.2022
A new study shows that the performance of COVID tests in children falls below standards for diagnostic accuracy set by regulatory agencies in the US and elsewhere. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
19.01.2022
The problems were more likely if the infection occurred 28 days or less before the delivery date, the researchers said. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
19.01.2022
Use of medications to manage cardiovascular disease risk factors significantly decreased during the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK and has not returned to prepandemic levels, a new study shows. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
18.01.2022
The administration said 500 million tests are available to be delivered to homes across the country. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
18.01.2022
The pandemic threw curveballs that she should have expected, she said, and she should have made it clearer to the public that new guidelines could change quickly as the pandemic shifts. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
18.01.2022
The finding could eventually help the 1.6 million people in the US who still can't smell or have had a change in their ability to smell more than 6 months after getting the coronavirus. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
18.01.2022
Donald Trump falsely declared in a weekend rally that public health authorities are denying the COVID-19 vaccine to White people because of their race. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
18.01.2022
Nursing homes were the lethal epicenter of the pandemic early on, before the vaccine allowed many of them to reopen to visitors last year. But the wildly contagious variant has dealt them a setback. .

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