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JJIDに掲載受理されたCOVID-19関連論文

COVID-19-associated manuscripts accepted for publication in the Japanese Journal of Infectious Diseases (JJID) since June 3, 2020

 

当該論文は、JJIDに掲載受理されたCOVID-19関連論文です。JJIDは掲載受理された論文はAdvance Publication として早期公開しておりますが、現下のCOVID-19対策の重要性に鑑み、最新のCOVID-19関連論文をより早期に公開して、COVID-19に関する研究成果を皆さんと共有致します。尚、DOIは付与されておりません。

These COVID-19-associated articles have just been accepted for publication in the Japanese Journal of Infectious Diseases(JJID).We make these COVID-19-associated manuscripts accepted for publication in JJID public and accessible for everybody as quickly as possible in light of the current state of the new emerging infection, COVID-19. Please note that these manuscripts have not been issued with DOI yet.

 

No.1

Risk factors analysis and nomogram construction of non-survivors in critical patients with COVID-19

 

No.2

Cluster-based approach to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) response in Japan—February–April 2020

 

No.3

Chest CT evaluation of 11 persistent asymptomatic patients with SARS-CoV-2 infection

 

No.4

SARS-CoV-2 in Italy: Population Density correlates with Morbidity and Mortality

 

No.5

An ultra-rapid real-time RT-PCR method using the PCR1100 to detect Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus-2

 

No.6

Trends in COVID-19 outbreak in Tokyo and Osaka from January 25 to May 06, 2020: a joinpoint regression analysis of the outbreak data

 

No.7

Positive stool test suggests that the discharge standard of COVID-19 needs to be improved

 

No.8

Predictors of coronavirus disease 2019 severity: A retrospective study of 64 cases

 

No.9

Geographic correlation between the number of COVID-19 cases and the number of overseas travelers in Japan, Jan-Feb, 2020

 

No.10

When should clinicians repeat SARS-CoV-2 RT-PCR?: Repeat PCR testing targeting patients with pulmonary CT findings suggestive of COVID-19.

 

No.11

Severe Apparent Life-threatening Event (ALTE) in an Infant with SARS-CoV-2 Infection

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