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Anaesth. pain intensive care. 2022; 26(6): 784-791

A simple diagnostic scoring for COVID-19 screening

Yunita Widyastuti, Djayanti Sari, Juni Kurniawaty, Akhmad Yun Jufan, Ketut Sutaendy, Purnama Jaya, Calcarina FR Wisudarti, Untung Widodo, Dinda Ulfa.


Background: The COVID‐19 pandemic has prompted the world to make various efforts to control its spread by finding ways to diagnose COVID‐19 quickly and accurately. Early identification of COVID‐19 infection is essential, especially in hospitals with limited resources.
Methods: This study used a retrospective cohort design that involved 705 adults (≥18 years old) admitted from Dr Sardjito Hospital and Dr S Hardjolukito Hospital. The patients' data collected included demographic characteristics, anamnesis on signs and symptoms, history of contact with COVID-19 patients, history of staying or visiting an endemic area, comorbidities, laboratories and radiologic indicators. All variables with a p-value of

Key words: COVID-19, screening system, clinical symptoms, simple laboratory indicators

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