Risk for Severe Illness and Death among Pediatric Patients with Down Syndrome Hospitalized for COVID-19, Brazil
, Li Su, Ana Cristina Simões-e-Silva, Luisamanda Selle Arocha, Karina Mary de Paiva, and Patricia Haas
Author affiliation: Author affiliations: University of Leicester, Leicester, England, UK (C. Leung); University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, UK (C. Leung, L. Su, A.C. Simões-e-Silva, L.S. Arocha); Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil (A.C. Simões-e-Silva); University of Cambridge, Cambridge (L. Selle Arocha); Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Florianopolis, Brazil (K.M. de Paiva, P. Haas)
Figure 1. Flowchart of case inclusion in a study of risk for severe illness and death among pediatric patients with Down syndrome hospitalized for COVID-19, Brazil. We used publicly available data from COVID-19 cases registered in the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Database of Sistema de Informacao de Vigilancia Epidemiologica da Gripe (SIVEP-Gripe; https://painel-sivep-gripe.herokuapp.com), a nationwide database managed by the government of Brazil.
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