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This meta-analysis found that individuals with either severe cases or non-surviving cases of COVID-19 had lower platelet counts compared to individuals with non-severe and surviving cases, suggesting that thrombocytopenia may be a risk factor for COVID-19 progressing into a more Read More
This systematic review and meta-analysis reports that most people with COVID-19 infections should recover without experiencing mental illness, if infection with COVID-19 follows a similar course to previous coronavirus epidemics. Notes that the longer-term mental health effects of the pandemic Read More
This systematic review and meta-analysis analyzes the COVID-19 disease characterization in pediatric age groups, including the possibility of vertical transmission to neonates. The authors examined articles published up to April 2, 2020. Among these studies, the most frequently reported symptoms Read More
This systematic review and meta-analysis shows that diabetes mellitus (DM) is associated with mortality, severe COVID-19, acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), and disease progression in patients with COVID-19. The authors examined 6452 patients from 30 studies assessing DM, COVID-19, and Read More
This systematic review and meta-analysis showed patients with severe COVID-19 had higher rates of gastrointestinal symptoms and liver injury compared with those with non-severe disease.  35 studies included in the meta-analysis The pooled prevalence of digestive symptoms was 15% (95%CI: Read More
This systematic review and meta analysis shows that diabetes mellitus (DM) is associated with mortality, severity, and acute respiratory distress syndrome in COVID-19 and that this association is greater in studies with younger and less hypertensive patients. The authors examine Read More
This systematic review and meta analysis evaluates the risk factors of COVID-19. The authors examined 21 clinical and epidemiological studies on confirmed cases of COVID-19 published January 1, 1980 to March 10, 2020. A total of 47,344 (24,419 male and Read More

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