Dysautonomia in Patients Post COVID-19 Infection

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  • participants needed
    200
  • sponsor
    Moens Maarten
Updated on 2 February 2021

Summary

The aim for this study is further to elucidate the presence of dysautonomia in post-covid-19 patients, by evaluating heart rate variability.

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The COVID-19 pandemic is currently a serious global public health concern. This disease is caused by a novel coronavirus which was first discovered in Wuhan, China in 2019 and later spread rapidly throughout the world. Symptoms of the disease can manifest as fever, cough, encephalitis, myalgia, fatigue, muscle weakness, arthralgia, anosmia, and impairment in other bodily functions in the acute phase. In 17% to 67% of cases, COVID-19 patients will develop acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) and critical illness. Besides the impact on the respiratory system, coronaviruses have an effect on other systems including the central nervous system, cardiovascular system, musculoskeletal system, and gastrointestinal system.

Potential long-term secondary effects on the musculoskeletal system such as muscle weakness, decreased muscle mass, and myopathies have been brought under attention. Persisting symptoms in patients recovered from COVID-19 infection are frequently a complaint with at least 1 symptom, particularly fatigue and dyspnea. In recent papers, the authors commented on the potential role of dysautonomia in the post-covid-19 entity related to microangiopathy and endothelial injury. Such lesions were already reported in brain biopsy samples of severe COVID-19.

Therefore, the aim of this study is further to elucidate the presence of dysautonomia in post-covid-19 patients, by evaluating heart rate variability.

Details
Condition COVID19
Treatment Dysautonomia
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT04716465
SponsorMoens Maarten
Last Modified on2 February 2021

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Inclusion Criteria

Patients with a diagnosed covid-19 infection that took place 2-8 weeks before study inclusion
Cognitive and language functioning enabling coherent communication between the researcher and the participant
French-or Dutch speaking persons

Exclusion Criteria

Covid-19 infection > 8 weeks ago
The presence of one or more coexisting conditions known to affect HRV analysis (including but not limited to atrial fibrillation, numerous atrial or ventricular extra beats, paced rhythm, left ventricular bundle branch block, cancer, kidney or hepatic failure, and diabetes mellitus)
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