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There are 3 clinical trials
Since December 2019, an international outbreak of respiratory illnesses caused by SARS-CoV-2 called covid-19 has become a global challenge. In France, while the first cases were reported in January, more than 20 000 cases were confirmed at end of March. Early estimations from epidemiological data seem to show that 18-20% of patients with confirmed covid-19 are admitted in an intensive care unit (ICU). Patients with chronic inflammatory rheumatism, auto-immune or auto-inflammatory rare and non-rare diseases are susceptible to severe covid-19 (i.e ICU) due to the specific therapeutic management of their illness (corticosteroid, immunosuppressive and immunomodulatory drugs,..). No data are available for this particular population in France. This retrospective multicentre observational study aims to evaluate the frequency of severe forms of covid-19 and risk factors associated with specific outcomes in covid-19 in patients with chronic inflammatory rheumatism, auto-immune or auto-inflammatory rare and non-rare diseases.
A retrospective monocentric study with large active files of patients monitored for rheumatoid arthritis, spondyloarthritis and systemic lupus erythematosus with as main endpoint the morbimortality of Covid-19 in these patients (number of patients hospitalized in conventional units and/or in intensive care and/or deceased). The results will be compared with those of the general population based on the epidemiological data of Covid-19.
Description: the number of patients with severe Covid-19 who were admitted to a conventional unit and/or an ICU and/or deceased, during the Covid-19 epidemic wave (from March to August 2020) among patients with IRC under IS. The diagnosis of Covid-19 is either confirmed by diagnostic test (RT-PCR), or by a physician, or by serology. The results will be compared with those of the general population based on Covid-19 epidemiological data.Measure: analysis of Covid-19-related morbidity and mortality in patients with IRC under IS. Time: At 6 months
Description: Diagnosis of Covid-19 either confirmed by diagnostic test (RT-PCR), or by a physician, or by serology.Measure: To evaluate the frequency of Covid-19 in patients with IRC under IS. Time: At 6 months
Description: The number of patients admitted to conventional unit and/or ICU and/or deceased among patients with IRC under IS between the Covid-19 epidemic wave (March to August 2020) and the six-month period preceding it (September to February 2020).Measure: To compare the morbidity and mortality of patients with IRC under IS during the Covid-19 epidemic wave (March to August 2020) with the six months prior to this wave (September 2019 to February 2020). Time: At 6 months
Description: The number of patients who maintained, modified, or discontinued their treatment. Treatment modification will be assessed by the number of weeks of treatment not taken, the number of injections not given, the number of delayed or missed infusions. Among those who have modified or stopped their treatment, the impact on their diseases will be evaluated by the loss of remission, the patient's opinion on the notion of relapse, the increase or initiation of corticosteroid therapy and the substantive change in treatment.Measure: Patients' conduct in relation to their treatment during the epidemic wave (maintenance, modification or discontinuation) and the impact on their disease (loss of remission, flare, corticosteroids requirement and need for switch of DMARD therapy) Time: At 6 months
this observational, cross-sectional, national, comparative study, including RMD patients followed in hospital centres of the FAI²R Rare Diseases Healthcare Pathway network and specialist private practitioners caring for patients suffering from inflammatory rheumatism, systemic autoimmune diseases and auto-inflammatory diseases. The objective of the study is to compare RMD patients with COVID 19 infection (cases) to RMD patients who have not had COVID 19 infection (controls) on their mental health.
Data processed on December 13, 2020.