There is one clinical trial.
This is a protocol-driven observational study of lung ultrasound and focused echocardiography images obtained in the Emergency Department (ED) and Intensive Care Unit (ICU) settings as a part of existing standard of care. The objectives of this study are as follows: 1. To characterize various clinical and cardiopulmonary ultrasound findings and describe their relationship with the clinical course of patients with COVID-19 in the ED and ICU. 2. To describe, develop, and validate a prediction tool that can accurately predict the need for invasive mechanical ventilation (IMV) and acute respiratory failure in COVID-19 patients using clinical, laboratory, and ultrasound data.
Description: Number of patients requiring invasive mechanical ventilation and suffers from acute respiratory failure.Measure: Patient requires invasive mechanical ventilation and suffers from acute respiratory failure. Time: 1 Year
Description: Number of patients that do not require hospitalization and is able to safely recover from COVID-19 at home.Measure: Patient is discharged Time: 1 Year
Description: Number of patients that must be hospitalized to recover from COVID-19, but does not require invasive mechanical ventilation and may or may not suffer from some degree of acute respiratory failure.Measure: Patient is hospitalized, but does not require mechanical ventilation through the duration of hospital stay. Time: 1 Year
Description: Any lung ultrasound findings including, but not limited to b-lines, a-lines, consolidations, pleural effusions and regularities. All of these findings are consolidated to a single score which will be the measure of the severity of lung ultrasound findings.Measure: Lung ultrasound findings Time: 1 year
Description: Any cardiac ultrasound findings including, but not limited to IVC status, pericardial effusions, LV EF (%), RV function. All of these findings are consolidated to a single score which will be the measure of the severity of cardiac ultrasound findings.Measure: Cardiac ultrasound findings Time: 1 year
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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