Severe respiratory illness caused by a novel coronavirus, in a patient transferred to the United Kingdom from the Middle East, September 2012
Coronaviruses have the potential to cause severe transmissible human disease, as demonstrated by the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) outbreak of 2003. We describe here the clinical and virological features of a novel coronavirus infection causing severe respiratory illness in a patient transferred to London, United Kingdom, from the Gulf region of the Middle East.
|Coronavirus, United Kingdom, adult, article, blood cell count, blood pressure, case report, human, hypoxia, low drug dose, male, phylogenetic tree, real time polymerase chain reaction, respiratory tract disease, severe acute respiratory syndrome, throat culture, tracheal aspiration procedure, virus pneumonia, virus transmission|
|Organisation||Erasmus MC: University Medical Center Rotterdam|
Bermingham, A, Chand, M.A, Brown, C.S, Aarons, E, Tong, C, Langrish, C, … Zambon, M. (2012). Severe respiratory illness caused by a novel coronavirus, in a patient transferred to the United Kingdom from the Middle East, September 2012. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/39244