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17 November 2023
Antivirals for COVID-19 – Stewardship is needed
18 April 2023 - LB092
Is long COVID really the next public health crisis? Post-COVID outcomes compared with influenza in Australia
18 April 2023 - LB091
Incidence of long COVID symptoms in immunocompromised patients hospitalised with COVID-19
18 April 2023 - O1115
Host immunological responses facilitate development of SARS-CoV-2 mutations in patients receiving monoclonal antibody treatments
18 April 2023 - O1116
Efficacy and safety of a single dose of AZD7442 (tixagevimab/cilgavimab) for prevention of COVID-19: 12-month analysis of the PROVENT phase 3 study
18 April 2023 - O1117
Neutralisation capacity of clinically relevant monoclonal antibodies against currently circulating SARS-CoV-2 variants
18 April 2023 - O1119
Nirmatrelvir/ritonavir in COVID-19 patients with haematological malignancies: a report from the EPICOVIDEHA registry
18 April 2023 - O1120
Remdesivir is associated with decreased mortality in hospitalised COVID-19 patients requiring high-flow oxygen in the United States
18 April 2023 - O1121
Dexamethasone suppresses endotheliopathy and endothelial-induced coagulopathy in COVID-19
18 April 2023 - O1122
AXA1125, an endogenous metabolic modulator composition, improves long COVID fatigue, vascular biology and mitochondrial energetics: findings from a Phase 2a placebo-controlled clinical trial
18 April 2023 - O1124
ABO isoagglutinins inhibit coronavirus infection
18 April 2023 - LB108
Prognosis of long COVID in a Danish post-COVID patient cohort: beyond one year after infection with the ancestral lineage of SARS-CoV-2 and Alpha, Delta and Omicron variants
18 April 2023 - P3165
A case of dengue and COVID-19 co-infection in a young man from Malaysia
18 April 2023 - P3405
The dangers of clinician bias in the context of COVID-19 infection
18 April 2023 - LB042
Nafamostat for COVID-19: a randomised clinical trial
18 April 2023 - P3213
Mycobacterium abscesses bacteraemia in a COVID-19 patient
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