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#PICANet annual report 2017-19 was released today.
Key takeaway messages from the annual report are available in the report summary.

1. UK/RoI #PedsICU have around 20k admissions/year and ~140k bed-days/year
2. 96.5% of all admissions survived
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3. Deaths in #PedsICU accounted for ~1/6 of all child deaths
4. all UK/RoI PICUs were contained within the "funnel" of the risk-adjusted SMR funnel-plot (i.e., no outliers)
5. Unplanned extubation rates were around 0.5/100 vent days
6. 48h unplanned readmission rates ~1.7%
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7. Of the >4000 #PedsICU transfers, >75% were mobilised <60min of the referral.
8. Occupancy rates remained high
9. Nurse-establishment vacancies meant that only 25% of PICUs met recommended standards of whole-time equivalent nurses.
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#COVID19 #Kinder #Schulöffnungen:
Zwischen 2 Stellungnahmen der @DGKJ_eV u. Partnern, DASS Schulen offen sein müssen, und WIE das gelingen kann, ein persönlicher Thread, der die Thematik #Kinder und #Infektionen etwas breiter beleuchten soll (Fakten/Meinung gekennzeichnet!)

1/24
Was wissen wir (Fakten)?

1. Bei Kindern wurden bislang in D. unterproportional viele #SARS_CoV2 Infektionen nachgewiesen. Ihr Anteil steigt aber.

2. Kinder infizieren sich womöglich weniger leicht als Erwachsene (weniger ACE2 Rezeptoren? andere Ursachen? noch unklar?)

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3. Kinder scheiden vergleichbar viele Viren aus wie Erwachsene, sind möglicherweise genauso ansteckend (siehe @c_drosten), insbesondere Jugendliche

4. Kinder erkranken MIT SICHERHEIT nicht so schwer an #COVID19 wie Erwachsene

3/24
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An #outbreak of 27 cases of unidentified viral #pneumonia in #China, including potential exposures at a local market, has drawn comparisons to the emergence of #SARS. But does the evidence support those concerns? #OutbreakThursday
outbreakobservatory.org/outbreakthursd…
#Wuhan Update- Jan 3: 44 cases of viral #pneumonia, incl 11 "critically ill." Monitoring 121 contacts. Still no evidence of person-to-person transmission or HCW infections & no identified cause. Conducting genetic and culture tests. #SARS #Flu #China
wjw.wuhan.gov.cn/front/web/show…
#Singapore has identified a #pneumonia patient with recent travel to #Wuhan. Preliminary tests are positive for #RespiratorySyncytialVirus (#RSV) & the patient is in isolation as a precaution. #China #SARS #Outbreak
bloomberg.com/news/articles/…
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🔵Janet Englund, Fred Hutch, US up next on #flu and other respiratory viruses (RespVs)
🔵slow cell/antigen based testing to PCR-based testing has vastly improved speed - notsomuch in surveillance setting
🔵 #Flu viruses not the only game in town

#ais2019bris
🔵What is "important" among RespVs
🔵34% of US kids in childcare (24% in AUS)
🔵Seattle #flu study (2018-2019)
🔵identify importation, within-host evolution, compare clinical characteristics & improve understanding in certain populations
#ais2019bris
🔵So, in childcare...
🔵things are easier now compared to decades past (e.g. Paul Glezen, only detect 31% of infections)
🔵then, newer molecular methods found 4.2 symptomatic virus episodes/child
🔵now, 103 enrolled , half the embers of each room
🔵#AIS2019Bris
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😷Lab-confirmed #Flu in #Australia to 21SEPT2019
⚪ pink line=positives for 2019, other colours=other years
🤧+3,143 over last *2* days
🤧283,742 cases for 2019
😷Lab-confirmed #Flu numbers
🤧Difference in totals, between reporting days, #Australia
🤧decline in positives slowly continues from mid-July peak
⚪ graph is a guide only. Each total may include NNDSS numbers that were added to previous as well as current days
😷 Rates and States, #Flu. New South Wales (NSW) remains the hottest spot overall
🤧 South Australia's (SA) early surge retains it the jurisdiction with the highest rate of cases per 100,000 population, but NSW closing in
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