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A Case Series of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) in Three Febrile Infants in New York

Colección: Coronavirus, COVID-19 Case series of 3 febrile infants (< 2 months old) admitted to a large, tertiary care children’s hospital in New York and subsequently found to be...

A single-center, retrospective study of COVID-19 features in children: a descriptive investigation

Colección: Coronavirus, COVID-19 Retrospective analysis of clinical, imaging, and laboratory data of 76 children in Wuhan, China. There were a few differences between COVID-19 in...

A snapshot of the Covid-19 pandemic among pregnant women in France

Colección: Coronavirus, COVID-19 Over time case series of 617 pregnant women with COVID-19 in a research network of 33 French maternity units from the beginning of the pandemic...

Active tuberculosis, sequelae and COVID-19 co-infection: first cohort of 49 cases

Colección: Coronavirus, COVID-19 Study describing the first-ever global cohort of current or former tuberculosis (TB) patients (n=49) with COVID-19, recruited by the Global...

Acute Inflammation and Elevated Cardiac Markers in a Two-Month-Old Infant with Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome...

Colección: Coronavirus, COVID-19 Case report of a 2-month-old infant with COVID-19 infection presenting with fever, tachycardia and elevated interleukin-6, who was diagnosed with...

Acute acro-ischemia in the child at the time of COVID-19.

Colección: Coronavirus, COVID-19 Case of a 13 year old boy with sudden poorly symptomatic foot lesions at the time of COVID-19 in Italy. The infection by SARS-CoV-2 is not confirmed

Acute myocardial injury: a novel clinical pattern in children with COVID-19

Colección: Coronavirus, COVID-19 Case series describing 5 children (mean age 84·4 months, range 2–168) with cardiac injury and mild to moderate cardiac dysfunction. These children...

African American children are at higher risk for COVID-19 infection

Colección: Coronavirus, COVID-19 Study of children (<18 years old) with COVID-19 in single-center from Chicago. Among 474 included cases, 5.2% of children were found to be positive...