Association of anterior and pre-existing cardiovas
About the study: In this cohort study, certain prior or preexisting cardiovascular conditions, including cardiac arrest, cardiogenic shock, cardiac surgery, cardiopulmonary disease, heart failure, hypotension, nontraumatic disorders
cerebral hemorrhage, pericarditis, and biventricular defects, have been associated with increased severity of COVID-19 in US pediatric patients.
Authors: Louis Ehwerhemuepha, Ph.D., of Orange County Children’s Health in Orange, Calif., is the corresponding author.
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