Incidence and affecting factors of pulmonary diffusing capacity impairment with COVID-19 survivors 18 months after discharge in Wuhan, China

Posted on 12 January 2022, Scientific

Incidence and affecting factors of pulmonary diffusing capacity impairment with COVID-19 survivors 18 months after discharge in Wuhan, China

Studies have showed that long-term sequelae from COVID-19 may affect human respiratory system, cardiovascular system, nervous system, immune system etc. with a negative impact on the patients’ mental health, well-being and quality of life, but the lungs are the organ most likely to sustain serious impairment from COVID-19.

COSMED HQ offices will be closed for Christmas Holidays from 24th to 26th December 2021 and from 31st December to 2nd January 2022.

Posted on 21 December 2021, Company

COSMED HQ offices will be closed for Christmas Holidays from 24th to 26th December 2021 and from 31st December to 2nd January 2022.

Best wishes for Christmas Season from COSMED family!

December brings the opportunity to express our appreciation and gratitude for the great work done with our partners during 2021. We wish to have many more successful milestones in the coming new year!

September 16, 2021: COSMED Expert Webinar "Is VO2max measurement still up-to-date?".

Posted on 09 September 2021, English, Company, Italiano, Deutsch, French

September 16, 2021: COSMED Expert Webinar

We are pleased to share the initiative of COSMED Deutschland GmbH that will held a Webinar on September 16 about “Is VO2max measurement still up-to-date?”. 

Prolonged progressive hypermetabolism during COVID-19 hospitalization undetected by common predictive energy equations.

Posted on 06 August 2021, Scientific

Prolonged progressive hypermetabolism during COVID-19 hospitalization undetected by common predictive energy equations.

Indirect calorimetry (IC) is the gold-standard for determining measured resting energy expenditure (mREE) in critical illness. When IC is not available, predicted resting energy expenditure (pREE) equations are commonly utilized, which often inaccurately predict metabolic demands leading to over- or under-feeding.

Cardiopulmonary exercise testing in COVID-19 patients at 3 months follow-up.

Posted on 30 July 2021, Scientific

Cardiopulmonary exercise testing in COVID-19 patients at 3 months follow-up.

Long-term effects of COVID-19 are of utmost relevance. This study aims to determine the functional capacity of COVID-19 survivors by cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPET), the characteristics associated with cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPET) performance and the safety and tolerability of CPET.

COSMED system (Quark CPET, COSMED, Rome, Italy) with an electronically braked cycle ergometer was used.

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