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    Psychological morbidities and fatigue HP fatigue MESHD in patients with confirmed COVID-19 during disease outbreak: prevalence SERO and associated biopsychosocial risk factors

    Authors: Rongfeng Qi; Wei Chen; Saiduo Liu; Paul M Thompson; Long Jiang Zhang; Fei Xia; Fang Cheng; Ailing Hong; Wesley Surento; Song Luo; Zhi Yuan Sun; Chang Sheng Zhou; Lingjiang Li; Xiangao Jiang; Guang Ming Lu

    doi:10.1101/2020.05.08.20031666 Date: 2020-05-11 Source: medRxiv

    Objective: The coronavirus disease MESHD 2019 (COVID-19) - a novel and highly infectious pneumonia HP - has now spread across China and beyond for over four months. However, its psychological impact on patients is unclear. We aim to examine the prevalence SERO and associated risk factors for psychological morbidities and fatigue HP fatigue MESHD in patients with confirmed COVID-19 infection MESHD. Methods: Amidst the disease outbreak, 41 out of 105 COVID-19 patients in a local designated hospital in China were successfully assessed using a constellation of psychometric questionnaires to determine their psychological morbidities and fatigue HP fatigue MESHD. Several potential biopsychosocial risk factors (including pre-existing disabilities, CT severity score of pneumonia HP pneumonia MESHD, social support, coping strategies) were assessed through multivariable logistic regression analyses to clarify their association with mental health in patients. Results: 43.9% of 41 patients presented with impaired general mental health, 12.2% had post- traumatic stress disorder MESHD ( PTSD MESHD) symptoms, 26.8% had anxiety HP anxiety MESHD and/or depression symptoms, and 53.6% had fatigue HP fatigue MESHD. We did not find any association between pneumonia HP pneumonia MESHD severity and psychological morbidities or fatigue MESHD fatigue HP in COVID-19 patients. However, high perceived stigmatization was associated with an increased risk of impaired general mental health and high perceived social support was associated with decreased risk. Besides, negative coping inclination was associated with an increased risk of PTSD MESHD symptoms; high perceived social support was associated with a decreased risk of anxiety HP anxiety MESHD and/or depression symptoms. Conclusions: Psychological morbidities and chronic fatigue HP chronic fatigue MESHD are common among COVID-19 patients. Negative coping inclination and being stigmatized are primary risk factors while perceived social support is the main protective factor.

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