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No additional risk factors have been identified in patients with Inherited Metabolic Diseases (IMD) for contracting or presenting complications of COVID-19 compared to the general population. Yet, IMD patients have cell/tissue alterations that could constitute a potential direct or indirect target for the virus. We do not know the impact of this infection on patients suffering from MHM, nor the possible effect of specific treatment of MHM on the evolution of COVID-19. This study will collect French IMD patients having or having had COVID-19 infection. The main objective is to estimate among IMD patients contracting COVID-19 the frequency of disease aggravation or metabolic decompensation. The secondary objectives will be : a. to evaluate the incidence of COVID-19 diagnosed in a given group of IMD when the number of patients with this IMD is known (Urea Cycle Deficiency, Gaucher Disease). b. to evaluate the impact of IMD on the and severity of COVID-19 infection
Description: disease aggravation or metabolic decompensation, among MHM-infected patients with COVID-19.Measure: Frequency of MHM imbalance triggered by COVID-19 Time: at 8 weeks
Description: severity of COVID-19 infection as assessed by hospitalization; Intensive Care Unit, deathMeasure: Severity of COVID-19 infection Time: at 24 months
Data processed on December 13, 2020.
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