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There is one clinical trial.
Morphine is used in the treatment of dyspnea and polypnea with a proven benefit on the improvement of these symptoms, both etiologically and symptomatically. This medication is used in particular in palliative care for this type of symptom. The Sars CoV2 viral pneumonia table can lead to respiratory distress. In patients with moderate to severe impairment without goal of resuscitation (level of care 3 and 4), the introduction of morphine may sometimes be necessary to relieve respiratory symptoms. These also lead to major exhaustion which can worsen the clinical picture. However, the prescription of morphine is not systematic in front of a respiratory distress table. The investigators hypothesized that early treatment with morphine lead to a better management of dyspnea, quality of live and survival in COVID-19 positive participants patients when there is not resuscitation objective management (level of care 3 and 4). The objective is to measure the efficacy of morphine in the early management of dyspnea, quality of life and survival in COVID-19 positive participants patients treated in the Hospices Civils of Lyon during COVID-19 pandemic.
Description: The respiratory rate is analyzed at Hour 0 and Hour 12 by a scope.Measure: Title : Reduction of respiratory rate between Hour 0 and Hour 12 at initiation of morphine treatment Time: Hour 0 and Hour 12 after initiation of morphinic treatment
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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