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Impact of covid-19 pandemic on the epidemiology and etiology of lower respiratory tract infections in children
Vojko Berce, Leon Časl, 2023, original scientific article

Keywords: children, COVID-19, epidemiology, etiology, lower respiratory tract infections, severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2
Published in DKUM: 21.12.2023; Views: 108; Downloads: 10
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Polyneuritis cranialis related to SARS-CoV-2 infection: a case report
Peter Gradišnik, Andreja Osterc Koprivšek, Mihael Rus, Tanja Golli, Hermina Damjan, 2023, other scientific articles

Keywords: Polyneuritis cranialis, Miller Fisher syndrome, Multiple cranial nerve palsy, Coronavirus disease
Published in DKUM: 18.07.2023; Views: 375; Downloads: 29
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Impacts of the 2019 pandemic of severe acute respiratory syndrome–coronavirus 2 on the quality of life of patients with inflammatory rheumatic diseases
Domen Lah, Iztok Holc, 2023, original scientific article

Keywords: severe acute respiratory syndrome–coronavirus 2, rheumatic diseases, quality of life, pandemic, telemedicine
Published in DKUM: 18.07.2023; Views: 322; Downloads: 25
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Izgorelost medicinskih sester v času pandemije covida-19
Mateja Pliberšek, 2023, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: Uvod: Koronavirusna bolezen covid-19 je kužna bolezen, ki je po celotnem svetu povzročila kolaps zdravstvenega sistema. Najbolj so ga občutile medicinske sestre, ki so bile med prvimi v stiku z okuženimi pacienti. Medicinske sestre so bile že pred pandemijo covida-19 izpostavljene izgorelosti, s pandemijo pa se je pokazala realna slika pri zdravstvenih delavcih po celotnem svetu, glede preutrujenosti, izgorelosti, stresnosti in depresivnosti. Namen zaključnega dela je bil raziskati izgorelost medicinskih sester v času pandemije covida-19. Metode: Za izdelavo zaključnega dela smo sistematično pregledali, analizirali in sintetizirali znanstveno literaturo na temo izgorelosti medicinskih sester v času pandemije covida-19. Literaturo smo iskali v podatkovnih bazah PubMed, ScienceDirect in CINHAL. Potek iskanja smo ponazorili v diagramu poteka iskanja. Rezultati: V končno analizo smo vključili deset člankov, ki so ustrezali izbranim kriterijem. Rezultati člankov so pokazali, da je izgorelost medicinskih sester zmerna do visoka, najbolj so izpostavile čustveno izčrpanost. Izsledki raziskav so pokazali, da so medicinske sestre, ki nimajo podpore doma, v službi in s strani prijateljev, bolj izpostavljene izgorelosti. Razprava in zaključek: Pandemija covida-19 je prikazala pomembnost medicinskih sester na vseh področjih njihovega dela. Žal pa so najbolj občutile izgorelost tiste medicinske sestre, ki so delale z okuženimi pacienti. Za ublažitev izgorelosti medicinskih sester je treba pristopiti na individualni in timski način.
Keywords: medicinska sestra, izgorelost, coronavirus, pandemija
Published in DKUM: 18.05.2023; Views: 423; Downloads: 81
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Supplementary material for paper Comparison of the evolution of the COVID-19 disease between Romania and Italy
Ciprian Chiruţa, Emilian Bulgariu, Jurij Avsec, Brigita Ferčec, Matej Mencinger, 2020, complete scientific database of research data

Keywords: COVID-19 pandemic evolution, time dependent SIR model, coronavirus
Published in DKUM: 23.12.2020; Views: 5110; Downloads: 1569
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Comparison of the evolution of the COVID-19 disease between Romania and Italy
Ciprian Chiruţa, Emilian Bulgariu, Jurij Avsec, Brigita Ferčec, Matej Mencinger, 2020, original scientific article

Abstract: After the outbreak of COVID-19 in Italy, thousands of Romanian citizens who worked in Northern Italy, Spain or Germany returned to Romania. Based on the time-dependent susceptible–infected–recovered—SIR model, this paper compares the evolution of the COVID-19 disease between Romania and Italy, assuming that the parameter value of R0 in the time-dependent SIR model decreases to R1 < R0 after publicly announced restrictions by the government, and increases to a value of R2 < R1 when the restrictions are lifted. Among other things, we answer the questions about the date and extent of the second peak in Italy and Romania with respect to different values of R2 and the duration of the restrictions.
Keywords: COVID-19 pandemic evolution, time dependent SIR model, coronavirus
Published in DKUM: 22.12.2020; Views: 1000; Downloads: 194
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The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 on the quality of STEM higher education
Zorka Novak-Pintarič, Zdravko Kravanja, 2020, other scientific articles

Abstract: Pandemic COVID-19 has forced universities around the world to go online virtually overnight. This has been a major challenge, especially for study programmes in STEM areas (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) where distance learning was not previously preferred. This was mainly due to a large proportion of the experimental laboratory work done by students, which could reach up to half of all contact hours. While the lectures were utilized practically immediately after lockdown using video conferencing systems, the implementation of the practical study contents posed a greater challenge. This paper presents specific adaptations for certain activities in the university education of chemical engineering that had to be implemented quickly, such as laboratory and computer exercises, students' final theses and dissertations, internships, knowledge examination and evaluation. We highlight the most critical activities and most urgent solutions that were initiated. Various measures taken against the spread of the coronavirus had to take into account many uncertainties about the duration of the pandemic to ensure that students acquire the desired competences and skills in time without being physically present in the laboratories. Particular attention is paid to examinations, especially calculus tests, which are difficult to apply remotely. First evaluations show that the adapted learning process has been carried out effectively, but the big unknown is how successfully the students will pass the exams and how the lessons will be conducted in next academic year.
Keywords: pandemic, higher education, COVID-19, coronavirus
Published in DKUM: 16.12.2020; Views: 2500; Downloads: 163
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Early spread of COVID-19 in Romania: imported cases from Italy and human-to-human transmission networks
Marian-Gabriel Hâncean, Matjaž Perc, Jürgen Lerner, 2020, original scientific article

Abstract: We describe the early spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and the first human-to-human transmission networks, in Romania. We profiled the first 147 cases referring to sex, age, place of residence, probable country of infection, return day to Romania, COVID-19 confirmation date and the probable modes of COVID-19 transmissions. Also, we analysed human-to-human transmission networks and explored their structural features and time dynamics. In Romania, local cycles of transmission were preceded by imported cases, predominantly from Italy. We observed an average of 4.8 days (s.d. = 4.0) between the arrival to a Romanian county and COVID-19 confirmation. Furthermore, among the first 147 COVID-19 patients, 88 were imported cases (64 carriers from Italy), 54 were domestic cases, while for five cases the source of infection was unknown. The early human-to-human transmission networks illustrated a limited geographical dispersion, the presence of super-spreaders and the risk of COVID-19 nosocomial infections. COVID-19 occurred in Romania through case importation from Italy. The largest share of the Romanian diaspora is concentrated especially in the northern parts of Italy, heavily affected by COVID-19. Human mobility (including migration) accounts for the COVID-19 transmission and it should be given consideration while tailoring prevention measures.
Keywords: coronavirus, COVID-19, transmission networks, human mobility, migration, nosocomial infections
Published in DKUM: 16.12.2020; Views: 813; Downloads: 194
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Supplementary material for paper Perceived threat of COVID-19 and future travel avoidance : results from an early convenient sample in Slovenia
Maja Turnšek, Boštjan Brumen, Marjetka Rangus, Mitja Gorenak, Janez Mekinc, Tanja Lešnik Štuhec, 2020, complete scientific database of research data

Keywords: COVID-19, coronavirus, tourism, health threat perception, future travel avoidance, fear appeals
Published in DKUM: 23.11.2020; Views: 17293; Downloads: 505
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