robinHoodOn the 2020-03-27 at 10:08pm
pour moi c'est son équipe, rien de choquant je trouve ^^

The median age of patients was 52 years (ranging from 18 to 88 years) with a M/F sex ratio of 1.1
57.5% of these patients had at least one chronic condition known to be a risk factor for the severe form of COVID-19 with hypertension, diabetes and chronic respiratory disease being the most frequent.

Virus cultures from patient respiratory samples were negative in 97.5% patients at Day5.
The number of contagious patients (with positive culture) early decreased after three days of treatment.
After five days of treatment, two patients only were contagious.

The majority (65/80, 81.3%) of patients had favourable outcome and were discharged from our unit at the time of writing with low NEWS scores (61/65, 93.8%).
Only 15% required oxygen therapy. Three patients were transferred to the ICU, of whom two improved and were then returned to the ID ward.
One 74 year-old patient was still in ICU at the time of writing.
Finally, one 86 year-old patient who was not transferred to the ICU, died in the ID ward.