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The goal of this type of study: quasi-experimental clinical trial . The purpose of this study is to explore the effects of applying mindfulness-based mobile applications program to maintaining mental health of emergency nurses during providing care to COVID-19 patients. The main question[s] it aims to answer are: 1. To explore the effect of mindfulness-based mobile device-assisted program on care stress of emergency nurses caring for COVID-19 patients. 2. To explore the impact of mindfulness-based mobile device-assisted programs on the psychological distress of emergency nurses caring for COVID-19 patients. 3. To explore the impact of a mindfulness-based mobile device-assisted program on compassion fatigue in emergency nurses caring for COVID-19 patients. Participants will Mindfulness-based mobile device is provided to experimental group as assistance for 2 weeks. In the contrary, no intervention measure was assigned in the control group. Scale exam was performed before and after the program in both groups at the same time.
Objectives: identify and recognize clinical Characteristics, Pathophysiology, and management of a group of patients with rhino Rhino-Orbito-Cerebral Mucormycosis infection associated with Covid 19 viral infection
The goal of this clinical try is to investigate the effect of hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) on symptoms, quality of life and absence of work through sickness in patients with post-COVID on short- and mid-term, as well as to identify biochemical mechanisms of action. The main questions it aims to answer are: - What is the clinical relevance of improvements of symptoms and quality of life after treatment with HBOT for post-COVID? - What are the changes in absence from work after treatment with HBOT? - What is the cost-effectiveness of treatment with HBOT? - What are possible mechanisms of action of HBOT? Participants will undergo 40 sessions of HBOT. Researchers will compare HBOT with standard care alone (control group). In case of a positive outcome, patients in the control group can cross-over to the HBOT group after 6 months.
The goal of this study is to study the correlation of maternal and cord blood level of Anti SAR-CoV.
The goal of this open-label clinical trial is to evaluate the safety and immunogenicity of INAVAC (Vaksin Merah Putih - UNAIR SARS-CoV-2 (Vero Cell Inactivated)) Vaccine as Homologue Booster in Adult Subjects in Indonesia. The main question it aims to answer is: "To evaluate the humoral immunogenicity profile at 28 days following vaccination with INAVAC vaccine as homolog booster administered intramuscularly in healthy adults age 18 years and above". Participants will be administered one dose of vaccination for the third dose (booster vaccination) intramuscularly.
This study is a multicenter, international, non interventional, retrospective study about SARS-CoV-2 and Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome (MIS-C) reinfection risk in children.
The goal of this clinical trial, on healthy volunteers, is to learn more about safety and reactogenicity of the CD40.RBDv vaccine. The main questions that will be studied are : - Is the CD40.RBDv (adjuvanted or not) safe ? - Does the CD40.RBDv (adjuvanted or not) imply an immunologic response ? Participants will receive, depending on their randomization arm, 1 or 2 injections of the CD40.RBDv vaccine or a single injection of approved mRNA vaccine
Chronic olfactory dysfunction, both hyposmia and parosmia, from the COVID-19 pandemic is a growing public health crisis with up to 1.2 million people in the United States affected. Olfactory dysfunction impacts one's quality of life significantly by decreasing the enjoyment of foods, creating environmental safety concerns, and affecting one's ability to perform certain jobs. Olfactory loss is also an independent predictor of anxiety, depression, and even mortality. Recent research by our group (unpublished data) and suggests that parosmias, moreso than hyposmias, can result in increased rates of anxiety, depression, and even suicidal ideation. While the pandemic has increased the interest by the scientific community in combating the burgeoning health crisis, few effective treatments currently exist for olfactory dysfunction. Persistent symptoms after an acute COVID-19 infection, or "Long COVID" symptoms, have been hypothesized to be a result of sympathetic positive feedback loops and dysautonomia. Stellate ganglion blocks have been proposed to treat this hyper-sympathetic activation by blocking the sympathetic neuronal firing and resetting the balance of the autonomic nervous system. Studies prior to the COVID-19 pandemic have supported a beneficial effect of stellate ganglion blocks on olfactory dysfunction, and recent news reports and a published case series have described a dramatic benefit in both olfactory function and other long COVID symptoms in patients receiving stellate ganglion blocks. A previous pilot study using stellate ganglion blocks of 20 participants with persistent COVID-19 olfactory dysfunction resulted modest improvements in subjective olfactory function, smell identification, and olfactory-specific quality-of-life, but it lacked a control group. Therefore, we propose a double-blinded, placebo-controlled randomized clinical trial assessing the efficacy of a stellate ganglion block versus saline injection in a total of up to 140 participants with persistent COVID-19-associated olfactory dysfunction.
This randomized controlled trial (RCT) with 160 patients suffering from fatigue after COVID-19 infection aims to investigate the effectiveness of the unguided digital therapeutic vimida for reducing post-COVID-19 fatigue. Inclusion criteria are: male, female or non-binary, age ≥18 years, diagnosis of post-COVID-19 fatigue, ≥3 months since the last infection with COVID-19, fatigue severity score (cut-off) of ≥ 16 on the Chalder Fatigue Scale (CFQ-11), consent to participation, and sufficient German language skills. Exclusion criteria are a known psychiatric or somatic condition that can explain the fatigue and current participation in a multidisciplinary rehabilitation program aimed to ameliorate the consequences of COVID-19. Patients will be randomized and allocated to either an intervention group, in which they will receive access to vimida in addition to treatment as usual (TAU; n=80), or to a control group, in which they will receive access to TAU only (n=80). The primary endpoint will be fatigue symptoms with three months post-allocation (T1) being the primary time point for assessment of effectiveness. Six months post-allocation (T2) will be used as follow-up assessment of endpoints. Secondary endpoints will be depressive symptoms, mental health-related quality of life, work/social functioning, somatic symptoms, and anxiety symptoms.
This study aims to evaluate the effects of Physiotherapy Via Video Calls on Cardiopulmonary Functions, Physical Function, Cognitive Function, Activity Daily Livings, and Quality of Life in Patients With COVID-19.