Factors Associated with the Duration of Hospitalisation Among COVID-19 Patients in Vietnam: A Survival Analysis [open pdf - 354KB]
From the Abstract Background: "The median duration of hospital stays due to COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] has been reported in several studies on China as 10-13 days. Global studies have indicated that the length of hospitalisation depends on different factors, such as the time elapsed from exposure to symptom onset, and from symptom onset to hospital admission, as well as specificities of the country under study. The goal of this paper is to identify factors associated with the median duration of hospital stays of COVID-19 patients during the second COVID-19 wave that hit Vietnam from 5 March to 8 April 2020."
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