• Fatalities are very rare in children with COVID-19

    One year ago - By News Medical

    Children with COVID-19 generally experience a mild disease and fatalities are very rare, according to a study of 582 patients from across Europe published today in The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health journal.
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  • Most Kids Do Not Get Severe COVID-19, Large Study Confirms

    One year ago - By Time

    A large European study confirms a rare bit of good news about COVID-19: children seem to be mostly spared from the worst of its effects.
    The paper, published June 25 in the Lancet Child & Adolescent Health, suggests well fewer than 1% of children who develop COVID-19 will go on to die from it, and the vast majority will not need intensive care. By contrast, in some of the world's hardest-hit countries, case fatality ratios that include adults are estimated to be higher than 10%.
    The new study analyzed case data from almost 600 pediatric COVID-19 patients from 21 different European...
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  • Burden of Non-COVID-19 Patients: New Insights

    Burden of Non-COVID-19 Patients: New Insights

    One year ago - By Medindia Health

    Healthcare systems have to simultaneously deal with non-COVID-19 chronic conditions, also known as the people left behind.
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  • Cynosure Study Shows Consumers Ready To Return for In-Office Treatments

    One year ago - By Surgical Aesthetics Magazine

    Cynosure, a developer of medical aesthetic technologies, has released the results of “The Return of Aesthetic Patients Post COVID-19.” The report is based upon a survey of 3,000 aesthetically inclined consumers across the United States, the United Kingdom, Spain, South Korea and Australia. The report indicates a widespread desire, regardless of global location, to return to noninvasive, in-office aesthetic procedures, and cites specific precautions identified by consumers that will help them to feel safer and more confident and comfortable visiting practitioners in person.
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  • New study explores post-COVID-19 inflammatory condition in children

    One year ago - By News Medical

    In recent weeks, a multisystem hyperinflammatory condition has emerged in children in association with prior exposure or infection to SARS-CoV-2.
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