There is one clinical trial.
Cohort prospective study. Objectives : Primary objective: To describe the lung ultrasound lesions in pregnant women in case of suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Secondary objectives: - To compare the lung ultrasound lesions with chest Computed Tomography -scanner (CT-Scan) lesions - To evaluate the performances of the lung ultrasound to diagnose COVID-19 in pregnant women - To evaluate predictive value of different lung ultrasound lesions for intensive care unit admission of pregnant women with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 - To describe the pregnancy issues of the study population Course of the study: - Inclusion of pregnant suspected of having COVID-19 and cared following the service protocol - Performing of lung ultrasound at bedside in labor ward or in COVID unit Primary outcome: Lung ultrasound lesions (and corresponding score) at the moment of the initial management of pregnant women suspected or confirmed with COVID-19 (having a nasopharyngeal Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) SARS-CoV-2 and a chest CT-scan)
Description: Description of the lesions in each of the 6 pulmonary quadrants on the right and left. Establishment of the ultrasound score corresponding to the sum of the scores attributed to each type of lesion in each quadrant (0: normal, 1: spaced comet tails, 2: curtain comet tails, 3: consolidation).Measure: Description of the lesions Time: 4 months
Data processed on December 13, 2020.
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