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COVID-19 Feature Articles: Issue 142 June 8

A guide that lists selected articles regarding COVID-19 relevant to SVHA

COVID-19 Feature Articles

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.


Use of protracted CPAP as a supportive treatment for COVID-19 pneumonitis and associated outcomes: a national cohort study.
British Journal of Anaesthesia:2023: May 25 Full text


Gastrointestinal symptoms and fecal shedding of SARS-CoV-2 RNA suggest prolonged gastrointestinal infection.
Cell:2023: April 12 Full text

Neuroinflammation after COVID-19 with persistent depressive and cognitive symptoms.
JAMA Psychiatry:2023: May 31 Full text


COVID-19 and risk for mental disorders among adults in Denmark.
JAMA Psychiatry:2023: May 24 Full text

Smart thermometer–based participatory surveillance to discern the role of children in household viral transmission during the COVID-19 pandemic.
JAMA Network Open:2023: June 1 Full text  


Development of a definition of postacute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 Infection.
JAMA:2023: May 25 Full text

Multidimensional sleep health prior to SARS-CoV-2 infection and risk of post–COVID-19 condition.
JAMA Network Open:2023: May 30 Full text

Infection Control

Discontinuation of universal admission testing for SARS-CoV-2 and hospital-onset COVID-19 infections in England and Scotland.
JAMA Internal Medicine:2023: June 5 Full text

Vaccine Adverse Effects

COVID-19 vaccination-related myocarditis: a Korean nationwide study.
European Heart Journal:2023: June 2 Full text


COVID-19 in people resident in aged care facilities: now the main game in town? AUS
Internal Medicine Journal:2023: May 24 Full text

Factors associated with protection from SARS-CoV-2 Omicron variant infection and disease among vaccinated health care workers in Israel.
JAMA Network Open:2023: May 23 Full text

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