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Patients with coronavirus disease 2019 may have chest pains. At the first presentation to the emergency department, we conducted a single-centre observational study to evaluate and summarise chest pain characteristics in COVID-19 patients. Methods We gathered evidence on the characteristics of u2018chest pain reported by COVID-19 patients who attended Bernhoven Hospital, the Netherlands, from 4 to 30 March 2020, according to Methods. Patients with chest pains were younger than those without chest pains. Patients with syncope were older, had a shorter duration of symptoms, and reported fewer respiratory problems than those without syncope. Patients with new-onset atrial arrhythmias had a shorter duration of signs, complained less frequently about respiratory difficulties, and more often had a history of cardiovascular disease than patients who did not have arrhythmias. Conclusion Chest pain and other cardiac signs were common in COVID-19 patients.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12471-022-01730-7
The aim of the survey was to determine various lifestyle and societal causes that influence self-rated health in non-cardiac chest pain patients. SRH was correlated with female NCCP patients, depression pain intensity, and physical fitness. The results of the study on the predictors of SRH in NCCP patients may have insights into more sophisticated clinical management of NCCP.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10880-022-09916-2
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