7 recent COVID-19 research findings
7 recent COVID-19 research findings

7 recent COVID-19 research findings

Here are seven COVID-19-related research findings covered by Beckers Hospital Review since March 30:

Note: Results begin with the most recent coverage.

Twenty days is the shortest known distance between COVID-19 infections in a single patient, new research from the European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases found.

2. People with an increased risk of heart attack or stroke are almost three times more likely to be admitted and must be admitted to the intensive care unit if they receive COVID-19, new research from the European Congress of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases proposes.

3. Vaccinated individuals with a history of certain psychiatric conditions may have a higher chance of developing COVID-19 breakthroughs, according to a examination published April 14 in JAMA Network Open.

4. The CDC data shows that teens’ mental health suffered a marked blow during the pandemic, with 44 percent reporting persistent sadness or hopelessness in the past year.

5. Ivermectin, an antiparasitic medicine used as an alternative treatment for COVID-19, did not reduce hospital admissions, a examination published March 30 in New England Journal of Medicine found. It was the second study after one attempt of nearly 1,400 COVID-19 patients in Brazil.

Co-infection with respiratory viruses such as influenza and COVID-19 is associated with more serious illness than COVID-19 alone, according to a March 25 examination published in The Lancet.


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