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The Clinical Significance of Gut Permeability in Gastrointestinal Post Acute COVID-19

Summary: Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS- CoV-2) and the associated coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) have been spreading all around the world for past 3 years. Some of these convalescent individuals experienced long- term sequelae termed 'long COVID', or 'post- acute COVID-19 syndrome'(PACS). Common manifestations are systemic, neuropsychiatric, cardio- respiratory and gastrointest...

Exercise and Post-COVID/Long-COVID: Effects of Different Training Modalities on Physical Performance, Heart Rate Variability, Inflammation, Health-Related Quality of Life, Cognitive Function and Post-COVID/Long-COVID19 Symptoms

Summary: The current COVID-19 pandemic is the most severe health crisis of the 21st century. This is not only due to the deaths caused by the disease. People that were affected by COVID-19 and supposedly recovered may suffer from long lasting sequelae. The presence of symptoms longer than 3 months after the infection with SARS-CoV-2 is referred to as Post-COVID-19 Syndrome or Long COVID-19. It is estimated...

Anosmia and / or Ageusia in COVID-19: Timeline, Treatment With Early Corticosteroid and Recovery

Summary: Time to recover of Anosmia and / or ageusia and early corticosteroid use

Steroid Loaded Intranasal Films as a Local Treatment of Anosmia

Summary: This study is a growing step of phase I study published on March 2021. The study was implicated on Minia university on small scale of patient (20) to investigate the impact of insulin as fast dissolving films for intranasal delivery to treat anosmia in post COVID-19 infections. this record will modify the first formulation by addition certain concentration of steroid.

Prospective Randomized Study of the Treatment of Pediatric Patients That Lost Sense of Smell Due to COVID-19

Summary: This research study is a randomized controlled trial in pediatric and young adult patients who have lost their sense of smell due to COVID-19 viral infection. The goals are: to learn more about the effects of smell retraining therapy on smell loss following COVID-19 and to determine if budesonide-saline irrigations make smell retraining therapy more effective.

Effect of Olfactory Training on Olfactory Dysfunction Patients in Hong Kong Population

Summary: Causes of olfactory dysfunction can be classified into conductive and sensorineural causes. Conductive causes are mainly due to structural nasal problem, which can be treated by nasal surgery Sensorineural causes included post-infection, post-head injury, post Head and Neck irradiation and other central nervous system diseases. Olfactory Training is well established treatment for sensorineural olf...

Stellate Ganglion Block for the Treatment of COVID-19-Induced Olfactory Dysfunction: A Prospective Pilot Study

Summary: Chronic olfactory dysfunction from the COVID-19 pandemic is a growing public health crisis with up to 1.2 million people in the Unites States affected. Olfactory dysfunction impacts one's quality of life significantly by decreasing the enjoyment of foods, creating environmental safety concerns, and affecting one's ability to perform certain jobs. Olfactory dysfunction is also an independent predic...

Association Between Olfactory Training and Quality of Life in Patients With Impaired Sense of Taste and Smell Following COVID-19

Summary: Aim: The aim is to investigate whether guided systematic olfactory training with essential oils to improve impaired sense of smell following COVID-19, can improve patients' quality of life. Hypothesis: The impaired quality of life in patients with impaired sense of smell following COVID-19, can be significantly improved in patients performing olfactory training with essential oils, compared to pat...

Impact of Long COVID-19 on the Health and Quality of Life of Military Personnel (Active or Retired) and Their Families

Summary: Severe and sometimes irreversible sequelae are observed in people who have developed a severe form of COVID-19 (pulmonary, cardiovascular, renal, neurological sequelae among others). More than 10% of individuals who contracted the disease, even in a mild form, still have at least one of the initial symptoms at six months, also known as prolonged symptoms or long COVID syndrome. The most frequently...

Study of the Evolution of Olfactory Disorders in Patients With Persistent Loss of Smell Following COVID-19

Summary: The COVID-19 pandemic is a novel medical challenge, particularly because of the systemic nature of this disease. Indeed, COVID-19 affects several organs and systems at once. The brain is affected in several ways: direct infection of nerve cells by SARS-CoV-2, inflammation of the central nervous system, severe systemic inflammation damaging nerve cells, global cerebral ischaemia related to respirat...

Efficacy of Gabapentin for Post-Covid-19 Olfactory Dysfunction

Summary: This study will investigate the efficacy of oral gabapentin in olfactory improvement following Covid-19- associated olfactory dysfunction. This is a randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled trial.

L'entraînement Olfactif Comme Traitement de la Dysfonction Olfactive Post COVID-19

Summary: Olfactory dysfunction is a defining symptom of COVID-19 infection. Studies have demonstrated improved olfaction in patients with post infectious olfactory dysfunction after an olfactory training (OT). The aim of this study is to assess the clinical outcomes of olfactory training (12 weeks) therapy in the treatment of persistent olfactory dysfunctions after COVID-19. Specially, we aim to compare th...

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Last Updated: 11/29/2022