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Study Title: LEOSS: Lean European Open Survey on SARS-CoV-2 Infected Patients https://leoss.net Study Indication: COVID-19 Date: 21.03.2021 Published with permission by Prof. Dr. med. J.-J. Vehreschild. LEOSS, a multi-center cohort study, has been created to get more in-depth knowledge about the epidemiology and clinical course of patients infected with SARS-CoV-2. Initiated by the ESCMID Emerging Infections Task Force (EITaF) and the German Infectious Disease Society, and supported by all German Centers for Health Research (DZG), LEOSS has developed into an international network of contributors. Via an integrative research approach with anonymous recruitment and collection of routine data in an open science context, LEOSS is building a uniform clinical dataset and providing real-time analyses. For more information feel free to explore https://leoss.net/. This document is for Emergency care details. If a text field can't be filled out, note 'ND'.

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LEOSS: Lean European Open Survey on SARS-CoV-2 Infected Patients

Emergency care details

  1. StudyEvent: ODM
    1. Emergency care details
If a lung ultrasound was performed in the emergency department to establish the diagnosis of COVID-19 please state results.
B lines (multifocal, discrete or confluent)
Confluent B lines
Consolidation (non translobar and translobar)
Multilobar distribution of abnormalities
Small (centomeric) lesions
Thickened pleural line
Other ultrasound results
Not done
Unknown
Please select the initial therapeutic approaches performed in the emergency department to treat COVID-19
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
Drugs / pharmaceutical approaches
Fluid administration
Inotropic support
Respiratory / airway management (including oxygen supplementation)
Other initial therapeutic approaches to treat COVID-19
Unknown initial therapeutic approaches to treat COVID-19
If respiratory / airway management in the emergency department please select
Oxygen inhalation
High-flow-O2-therapy / high flow nasal cannula (HFNC)
Non-invasive ventilation (NIV)
Intubation and mechanical ventilation
No respiratory / airway management in the emergency department
Unknown
If oxygen inhalation please select
Type of oxygen inhalation
High flow nasal cannula (HFNC) details
L/min
%
Mechanical ventilation: ventilator settings
Continuous spontaneous ventilation (CSV)
Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP)
Assistend spontaneous breathing (ASB)
Continuous positive airway pressure and assistend spontaneous breathing (CPAP+ASB)
Bilevel positive airway pressure (BIPAP) - synchronized intermittend mandatory ventilation (SIMV)
Continuous mechanical ventilation (CMV) - pressure controlled ventilation (PCV)
Continuous mechanical ventilation (CMV) - volumen controlled ventilation (VCV)
Not applicable
Unknown
BIPAP settings
mmHg
mmHg
Mechanical ventilation: mean positive endexpiratory pressure (PEEP)
mmHg
Mechanical ventilation: mean fraction of inspired oxygen (FIO2)
After the initial visit in the emergency department: Please provide further information concerning admission / discharge
Please provide further information concerning admission / discharge after the initial visit in emergency department
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