The COVID-19 pandemic and related lockdown measures drastically changed health care and emergency services utilization. This study evaluated trends in emergency department (ED) access for seizure-related reasons in the first 8 weeks of lockdown in Italy.

Where have the children with epilepsy gone? An observational study of seizure-related accesses to emergency department at the time of COVID-19

Davico, Chiara
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Marcotulli, Daniele;Lux, Caterina;Ricci, Federica;Vittorini, Roberta;Amianto, Federico;Ferrara, Mauro;Vitiello, Benedetto
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2020-01-01

Abstract

The COVID-19 pandemic and related lockdown measures drastically changed health care and emergency services utilization. This study evaluated trends in emergency department (ED) access for seizure-related reasons in the first 8 weeks of lockdown in Italy.
2020
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Child neurology; Children; Covid-19; Emergency; Epilepsy; Seizure
Davico, Chiara; Marcotulli, Daniele; Lux, Caterina; Calderoni, Dario; Terrinoni, Arianna; Di Santo, Federica; Ricci, Federica; Vittorini, Roberta; Amianto, Federico; Urbino, Antonio; Ferrara, Mauro; Vitiello, Benedetto
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