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There are 3 clinical trials
Covid-19 is associated with the onset of anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies; in a majority of patients, neutralizing antibodies are detected. However, the long-term persistence of such protective antibodies is not known. The investigators will explore patients with a proven Covid-19 (positive PCR) 6 and 12 months after the diagnosis to determine whether neutralizing antibodies are still detected. The investigators will determine whether this persistance varies according to - the severity of the Covid-19 - a treatment by steroids during the covid-19. This will help to anticipate whether a second wave of infection is possible in a non-naive population.
Description: Titer in plamsa of neutralizing anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodyMeasure: anti-SARS-CoV-2 neutralizing antibody titers Time: 1 day
Medical context: Follow-up of a retrospective cohort of 499 cases of CoViD-19, hospitalized at the University Hospital of Reims during the health crisis, prospectively up to two years of follow-up. Possible intervention for serological monitoring, leading to a change from category 3 to category 2 (French law on human person research) Aim of the study: To know the factors of gravity of CoViD-19, to know its prognostic factors, to see how the evolution of the treatments implemented have influenced the fate of the patients. Material and methods: Type of study: cohort study Population: Patients in the CoViD-19 cohort - Reims Calendar: September 2020 - July 2022 Expected results: Better knowledge of the cares of patients with CoViD-19
Description: status : dead or alive persistante respiratory distress (yes / no)Measure: Health status in the 2 years after CoViD-19 diagnosis Time: 2 years follow up
Between June 10t h and July 1st, a cross-sectional design study in an Argentina slum, showed a prevalence based on immunoglobuling G-class (IgG) antibodies against severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-COV-2) of 53.4%. It remains unanswered whether natural infection produces sustained antibodies. The aim of this study is to evaluate the presence of IgG antibodies for Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) after 5 months in inhabitants of Barrio 31 who consented the Seroprevalence Study for COVID-19.
Description: to estimate the proportion of people with positive IgG antibodies for COVID-19 who have positive IgG antibodies after 5 month of the first measurementMeasure: to estimate the proportion of people with positive IgG antibodies for COVID-19 who have positive IgG antibodies after 5 month of the first measurement Time: up to 20 weeks
Description: to estimate the proportion of people with positive IgG antibodies for dengueMeasure: to estimate the proportion of people with positive IgG antibodies for dengue Time: up to 20 weeks
Data processed on December 13, 2020.
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