Official Title
Predictive Biomarkers of Secondary Aggravation in Covid-19 Suspect Patient Admitted to Emergency Departments During an Epidemic
Brief Summary

There is no predictive tool for patients admitted to the emergency department with a suspicion of Covid-19 that will worsen secondarily and require a heavy lifting. In a context of saturation of the healthcare system by the pandemic at Covid-19,it is essential to identify specific, accessible prognostic markers via minimally invasive sampling with low risk of infection for personnel caregiver, for optimal allocation of resuscitation resources. This study proposes to evaluate the biological markers of routine care known to be associated with resuscitation admission in relation to hospitalization on conventional service for the prediction of worsening of patients admitted to the emergencies for Covid-19.

Recruiting
Infection Viral
Coronavirus
COVID-19
Eligibility Criteria

Inclusion Criteria: - Clinical criteria for suspicion of Covid-19 in an epidemic period - Consultation in the emergency departement - Non-opposition agree

Exclusion Criteria: - impairment related to another identified cause than Covid-19, in particular a rapid diagnostic test flu-positive - Severe patient from the outset with transfer to intensive care within 12 hours of admission to the Emergency Department - No social security coverage (beneficiary or entitled person) - Poor understanding of French - Refusal to participate

Eligibility Gender
All
Eligibility Age
Minimum: 18 Years
Countries
France
Contacts

Delphine Garrigue, MD
03 20 44 67 97 +33
Delphine.garrigue@chru-lille.fr

Delphine Garrigue, MD
Principal Investigator
University Hospital, Lille

University Hospital, Lille
NCT Number
Keywords
infection viral
biological risk factor
Coronavirus
Covid-19
MeSH Terms
Coronavirus Infections
Virus Diseases