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Volume 26, Number 9—September 2020

Retrospective Description of Pregnant Women Infected with Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2, France

Alexandre J. VivantiComments to Author , Jérémie Mattern, Christelle Vauloup-Fellous, Jacques Jani, Luc Rigonnot, Larissa El Hachem, Agnès Le Gouez, Céline Desconclois, Imane Ben M’Barek, Jeanne Sibiude, Alexandra Benachi, Olivier Picone, and Anne-Gaël Cordier
Author affiliations: Antoine Béclère Hospital, Paris Saclay University, Clamart, France (A.J. Vivanti, J. Mattern, A. Le Gouez, C. Desconclois, A. Benachi); Paul Brousse Hospital, Paris Saclay University, Villejuif, France (C. Vauloup-Fellous); University Hospital Brugmann, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium (J. Jani); Centre Hospitalier Sud-Francilien, Corbeil-Essonnes, France (L. Rigonnot, L. El Hachem); Bicêtre Hospital, Paris Saclay University, Le Kremlin-Bicêtre, France (I. Ben M’Barek, A.-G. Cordier); Louis Mourier Hospital, Paris University, Colombes, France (J. Sibiude, O. Picone)

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Table 1

Baseline characteristics at diagnosis for pregnant women infected with sever acute respiratory syndrome 2, France*

Maternal and obstetric characteristics
Total patients
Median age, y (IQR) 33.7 (29–36.7)
Median gravidity (IQR) 3 (1.8–4)
Median parity (IQR) 1 (0–3)
Median BMI, kg/m2 (IQR)
27.0 (23.5–30.6)
Preexisting conditions
Diabetes mellitus 7 (7)
Chronic high blood pressure 6 (6)
Tobacco use 2 (2)
9 (9)
Median gestational age at diagnosis, wk (IQR) 31.3 (25.6–35.6)
14–24 18 (18)
25–32 41 (41)
33–37 20 (20)
>37 20 (20)
Early postpartum
1 (1)
Signs and symptoms
Fever 62 (62)
Cough 80 (80)
Dyspnea 30 (30)
Myalgia 26 (26)
Anosmia 16 (16)
Sore throat 9 (9)
Diarrhea or vomiting 10 (10)
Rash 0
Other signs 13 (13)

*Values are no. (%) except as indicated. BMI, body mass index; IQR, interquartile range.

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