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EBP Covid 19 update - Shared screen with speaker view
European Academy Paediatrics
02:52
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Bert
40:40
Yes, can hear you very well!
Diego van Esso
41:49
Hi, from Barcelona
jcmercier
42:28
Hi to everyone. Yes I can hear. Jean-Christophe
European Academy Paediatrics
01:00:25
1. How long does it take to get the results of the test? What do you do with the patients during the waiting time?
Simon Langton Hewer
01:01:37
Have you seen any evidence of increased admissions in groups such as children with CF, non invasive ventilation, asthma?
Anne
01:03:49
EAP - They said that the result takes 24-48hrs and the child has mild symptoms they go home and isolate at home, if moderate or severe they are admitted in COVID ward until the result is out.
kate armon
01:05:14
Have you observed higher risk of severe infection in any patients with immunosuppression (eg on biologics, chemo etc)
Ivanna
01:05:39
Symptoms/Sings of COVID-19 - 96 cases? positive test results - 2 only?
ivanov
01:06:46
What is the organization of work in the CoVID19 positive ward?
Ivanna
01:06:51
Do you have data about sensitivity and specificity of tests?
Bert
01:10:32
Would you be willing to share your very informative slides? Thanks so much!
russell viner
01:10:47
Yes please that would be great
Diego van Esso
01:10:56
Any experience on anosmia in children as sign of SARSS CoV-2 infection.
Diego van Esso
01:11:34
From which date on could you have enough tests for children, families and health care providers.
Artyom Sargsyan
01:13:19
From Sergey Sargsyan: do you have observations of combination of CoV infection with other viruses / bacteria and what was course in these cases?
ivanov
01:15:59
Can Liviana show again the table with positive and total numbers of cases?
Maria
01:20:09
Thank you for shariing the slides . Can you tell us something about antiviral treatment and what a re doing in the primary care level ?
Ivanna
01:21:23
Do you have practice to diagnosis COVID-19 only on clinical presentation (pneumonia with history of contacts) without testing?
Corinne Wyder
01:22:16
the survey was hard to answer because it changes every second day. would already be different now
Geitmann
01:23:31
I agree with Corinne . Things change nearly every 2-3 days.
European Academy Paediatrics
01:25:00
I agree with you.
russell viner
01:26:49
Could I ask about numbers of deaths. We have had 2 deaths in <18s in the last week here in England
Michel Tsimaratos, France
01:29:14
We had a liver transplant 2y-old girl with COVID, but only mild symptoms
Simon Langton Hewer
01:30:20
Can you suggest any reason that children appear to be relatively spared from Covid symptoms? Is this real?
Michel Tsimaratos, France
01:30:36
Was chest TDM usefull in PCR neg children?
jamiegrech
01:31:57
Preparing to separate on-call paediatric staff in Malta as of next week to limit potential for spread - we have separate wards too
Michel Tsimaratos, France
01:33:35
I have to leave for another conf call. Sorry. Thanks for organizing and for sharing powerpoints. All the best to all of you. Take care. Michel Tsimaratos, France
Corinne Wyder
01:39:26
did you also have a pos swab in those with pos stool?
Kai O. Hensel
01:39:48
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41591-020-0817-4
iPhone von Andrew
01:41:26
and does it mean the stool is potentially infectious? as far as I know there is no evidence although stool is pcr positive...
Maria
01:41:37
In Spain 12% of cases are in health proffesionals; we are really unprotected
Daniela Kohlfuerst, Austria
01:44:13
yes, virus was detected in stool...but it is not known yet how infective it is
russell viner
01:44:31
It would be good to do this every week tx Russell
Corinne Wyder
01:44:45
thanks to all of you!
ivanov
01:44:46
Thanks to EAP from the Bulgarian Ped Assoc.
Daniela Kohlfuerst, Austria
01:44:49
Thank you!!
Elaine
01:44:55
Thank you!
Marina
01:44:56
Thank you so much for this meeting. Take care! See you soon
jcmercier
01:45:03
Thank you. Was great