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There is one clinical trial.
Ultrasounds are usually done by a specially trained health professional in the hospital or emergency department (ED) setting. Using a novel single-probe device, the ultrasound can be plugged into an iOS / Android device. The purpose of this research is to assess the usefulness of lung ultrasound imaging, performed by the patient in the home setting for the management of the COVID-19 disease using this novel highly-portable ultrasound.
Description: Patients will perform a lung ultrasound with teleguidance from a medical professional. This will be taken daily and monitored by an expert clinician who can guide based on the remote live transmission and probe position.Measure: If patients can perform lung ultrasound. Time: This will take place over a 14 day period of time.
Description: The LUS radiographic findings will be assessed to determine a possible correlation between the radiographic findings and disease timeline, clinical symptoms, ER visits, and hospital admissions. The score from radiographic assessment will be compared to the course of a subject's illness.Measure: Correlate LUS radiographic findings with patient outcomes Time: These correlations will be assessed over a 14-day period of time while the patient is enrolled in the study.
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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