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COVID answers in Scientific Journals all over the world

Publishing House: Canadian Society of Respiratory Therapists

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1 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2023―Sep―11 RT education and COVID-19 pneumonia discharge quality Ramandeep Kaur, Anne Geistkemper, Riten Mitra, Ellen A. Becker
2 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2023―Aug―29 Vitamin D as a predictor of negative outcomes in hospitalized COVID-19 patients: An observational study Volodymyr Bogomaz, Sofiia Shatylo
3 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2023―Aug―04 Application of the Perme Score to assess mobility in patients with COVID-19 in inpatient units Milena Siciliano Nascimento, Claudia Talerman, Raquel A. C. Eid, Simone Brandi, Luana L.S. Gentil, Fernanda M. Semeraro, Fabiano B. Targa
4 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2023―Aug―04 Inhaled corticosteroids’ effect on COVID-19 patients: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials Yasra Badi, Mohamed Hammad, Abdelrahman G. Tawfik, Mona Muhe Eldeen Eshag, Mahmoud M. Elhady, Khaled Mohamed Ragab, et al. (+3)
5 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2023―Jul―17 Effect of the modified snorkel mask as noninvasive ventilatory support in patients with acute hypoxemic respiratory failure due to COVID-19 Raul Montalvo, Eyner Castro, Janet Rojas, Carlos Camargo, Carina Ninahuanca
6 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2023―Mar―08 The impact of COVID-19 pandemic on the health services provided by the Cardiothoracic Minia University Hospital in Egypt: A single-center retrospective observational study Ali Omar Abdelaziz, Rasha mohammed Emam, Samah Rabea Shehata, Elham Abdelhady Abdelghany
7 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2023―Jan―20 Post-traumatic stress among COVID-19 survivors: A descriptive study of hospitalized first-wave survivors Gilles Rival, Sophie Chalbet, Clarisse Dupont, Philippe Brun, Lorraine Letranchant, Claire Reynaud, et al. (+8)
8 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2023―Jan―20 Effectiveness of high-flow nasal cannula therapy on clinical outcomes in adults with COVID-19: A systematic review Daiana Gonçalves Arruda, George Alvício Kieling, Lucélia Luna Melo-Diaz
9 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2022―Dec―02 Burnout among respiratory therapists during COVID-19 pandemic Anna Spirczak, Ramandeep Kaur, David L. Vines
10 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2022―Nov―22 The ROX index: “Propelled” by high-flow nasal cannula therapy during the COVID-19 pandemic into greater applicability in respiratory support Lucélia Luna Melo-Diaz, George Alvicio Kieling
11 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2022―Nov―22 Exploring the uptake of COVID-19 vaccination amongst respiratory therapists in Canada Julie Brown, Wouter Kalle, Thiru Vanniasinkam
12 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2022―Sep―30 Tracheostomy in critically ill patients with SARS 2 COVID-19 infection: a prospective observational multi-center study of shortand long-term outcomes Alberto Corona, Vincenzo De Santis, Domenico Vitale, Cecilia Nencini, Antonella Potalivo, Anna Prete, et al. (+7)
13 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2022―Sep―28 Strategies to achieve adherence to prone positioning in awake COVID-19 patients with highflow nasal oxygen. A case series Marina Busico, Mariela Marisol Laiz, José García Urrutia, Maria Emilia Amado, Darío Villalba, Santiago Nicolás Saavedra, et al. (+2)
14 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2022―Jul―26 Letter to the Editor: Response to late diagnosis of COVID-19 and hypercoagulable state Desdiani Desdiani
15 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2022―Jul―26 Predictors of mortality among hospitalized patients with COVID-19: A single-centre retrospective analysis Kumar Pranshu, Aneesa Shahul, Surjit Singh, Ashok Kuwal, Maldev Sonigra, Naveen Dutt
16 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2022―Jun―21 Late diagnosis of COVID-19 and hypercoagulable state Rujittika Mungmunpuntipantip, Viroj Wiwanitkit
17 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2022―Jun―06 A survey of Canadian respiratory therapists working in the COVID-19 pandemic: The RRT perspective Claire Ward, Jillian Banfield, Paul Brousseau
18 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2022―Apr―20 Late diagnosis of COVID-19 in a 34-year-old man in a hypercoagulable state: A case report Desdiani Desdiani
19 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2022―Mar―17 Clinical and cardiovascular characteristics from subjects with in COVID-19 and viral outbreaks Arturo Orea-Tejeda, Óscar Ubaldo Martínez-Reyna, Dulce González-Islas, Rafael Hernández-Zenteno, Rocío Sánchez-Santillán, Aimeé Flores-Vargas, et al. (+4)
20 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2022―Mar―09 SingStrong-A singing and breathing retraining intervention for respiratory and other common symptoms of long COVID: A pilot study Roisin Cahalan, Ciara Meade, Sarah Mockler
21 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2022―Jan―13 Respiratory involvement parameters in hospitalized COVID-19 patients and their association with mortality and length of stay Eric Lam, Sandra Gomez Paz, Dominique Goddard-Harte, Yosif N. Pak, Joshua Fogel, Sofia Rubinstein
22 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2021―Aug―18 Telehealth: The role of respiratory therapists during the COVID-19 emergency Mrudula Sawadkar, Varun Nayak
23 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2021―Jul―23 Virtual mask fitting in pediatric patients during COVID-19: A case series Tuyen Tran, Mika Nonoyama, Nisha Cithiravel, Faiza Syed, Joanna Janevski, Jackie Chiang, Reshma Amin
24 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2021―Jul―22 Use of neurally adjusted ventilatory assist (NAVA) in a patient with severe SARS-CoV-2 pneumonia: A case report Jeffrey Haynes
25 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2021―Apr―30 Aerosol drug delivery to tracheotomized patients with COVID-19: Pragmatic suggestions for clinicians Arzu Ari, James Fink
26 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2021―Mar―01 How to deliver aerosolized medications through high flow nasal cannula safely and effectively in the era of COVID-19 and beyond: A narrative review Arzu Ari, Gerald Moody
27 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2021―Feb―09 Alternative to traditional noninvasive ventilation using a modified snorkel mask in a patient with SARS-COV2: A case report Raul Montalvo, Eyner Castro, Alvaro Chavez
28 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2020―Nov―26 Association of COVID-19 and other viral infections with interstitial lung diseases, pulmonary fibrosis, and pulmonary hypertension: A narrative review Elham Atabati1, Amir Dehghani-Samani, Sayyed Gholamreza
29 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2020―Oct―30 Respiratory therapists: the unnoticed warriors during COVID-19 pandemic in India Mrudula Sawadkar, Varun Nayak
30 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2020―Sep―28 Adjunct low level laser therapy (LLLT) in a morbidly obese patient with severe COVID-19 pneumonia: A case report Scott Sigman, Soheila Mokmeli, Mariana Vetrici
31 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2020―Sep―10 Unintended consequences of COVID-19: Opportunities for respiratory therapists’ involvement in developing respiratory-related technologies Patricia McClurg, Nikolay Moroz, Marco Zaccagnini
32 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2020―Jul―24 Low level laser therapy as a modality to attenuate cytokine storm at multiple levels, enhance recovery, and reduce the use of ventilators in COVID-19 Soheila Mokmeli, Mariana Vetrici
33 [GO] Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy 2020―Jul―24 Helmet CPAP revisited in COVID-19 pneumonia: A case series Aniket Rali, Christopher Howard, Rachel Miller, Christopher Morgan, Dennis Mejia, John Sabo, et al. (+2)
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