|D007153||Immunologic Deficiency Syndromes NIH||0.41|
There is one clinical trial.
We aimed to find out whether the tonsils and nasal tissues of pediatric patients are the main factors that protects the children's immune system against COVID-19 infection.
Description: The structure of the tonsil and adenoid tissues will be examined by physical examination, and the presence of tonsil and adenoid hypertrophy, tonsillitis, and adenoiditis conditions will be identified. The severity of covid-19 will be determined according to the cases of patients with tonsil and adenoid tissue disorders, who are hospitalized in intensive care, have infiltration in the lungs, and receive oxygen support.Measure: The primary outcome of our study was the evaluation of pediatric patients diagnosed with COVID-19 and who had COVID-19 infection in terms of adenoid and tonsillar tissue hypertrophy and the presence of chronic or recurrent infection. Time: 2020-2021
Data processed on December 13, 2020.
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