There is one clinical trial.
COVID-19 infected pregnant women is thought to have variable degrees of inflammatory response against the disease. Investigators of present study, suggested that fetuses are affected from the possible fetal inflammatory syndrome in case of maternal COVID-19. Therefore the aim of his study is to evaluate that if the cardiothymic index is affected by the maternal COVID-19 and to demonstrate any possible association of this measurement with neonatal morbidities.
Description: Cardiothymic index will be measured by using the thymic shadow divided by largest diameter of mediastinum in the chest X-ray of those infants.Measure: Cardiothymic index Time: 4 months
Description: In long term follow up of those patients, infants will be evaluated for any kind of immune deficiency or quantitative or qualitative abnormalities of leukocytesMeasure: Immune profile Time: 6 months
Data processed on September 26, 2020.
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