This page lists feature articles on COVID-19 relevant to people working at St Vincent's Health Australia.
All articles listed are open access unless stated otherwise.
Prophylaxis against covid-19: living systematic review and network meta-analysis.
BMJ:2021:373:n949 Full text
‘Code‐95’ rapid response calls for patients under airborne precautions in the COVID‐19‐era: a cross‐sectional survey of healthcare worker perceptions. AUS
Internal Medicine Journal:2021: April 22 Full text
A consensus statement for the management and rehabilitation of communication and swallowing function in the ICU: a global response to COVID-19.
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation:2021:102(5):835-42 Full text
The role of immunological and clinical biomarkers to predict clinical COVID-19 severity and response to therapy—a prospective longitudinal study. SVHA
Frontiers in Immunology:2021: March 17 Full text
Cardiac corrected QT interval changes among patients treated for COVID-19 infection during the early phase of the pandemic.
JAMA Network Open:2021: April 23 Full text
Covid-19 has redefined airborne transmission.
BMJ:2021:373:n913 Full text
Maternal and neonatal morbidity and mortality among pregnant women with and without COVID-19 infection: The INTERCOVID Multinational Cohort Study.
JAMA Pediatrics :2021: April 22 Full text
Reduction in respiratory viral infections among hospitalized older adults during the COVID‐19 pandemic.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society:2021: April 16 Full text
Severe mental illness is associated with increased mortality and severe course of COVID‐19.
Acta Psychiatrics Scandinavica:2021: April 24 Full text
Susceptibility and attenuated transmissibility of SARS-CoV-2 in domestic cats.
Journal of Infectious Diseases:2021: February 19 Full text
Covid-19 vaccine acceptance, hesitancy and refusal among Canadian healthcare workers: a multicenter survey.
American Journal of Infection Control:2021: April 8 Full text
Beyond the first dose — Covid-19 vaccine follow-through and continued protective measures.
New England Journal of Medicine:2021: April 28 Full text