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Impact of coronavirus syndromes on physical and mental health of health care workers: Systematic review and meta-analysis

Authors
 Gonzalo Salazar de Pablo  ;  Julio Vaquerizo-Serrano  ;  Ana Catalan  ;  Celso Arango  ;  Carmen Moreno  ;  Francisco Ferre  ;  Jae Il Shin  ;  Sarah Sullivan  ;  Natascia Brondino  ;  Marco Solmi  ;  Paolo Fusar-Poli 
Citation
 JOURNAL OF AFFECTIVE DISORDERS, Vol.275 : 48-57, 2020-10 
Journal Title
 JOURNAL OF AFFECTIVE DISORDERS 
ISSN
 0165-0327 
Issue Date
2020-10
MeSH
Anxiety ; Burnout, Professional ; Coronavirus Infections / psychology* ; Fatigue ; Female ; Health Personnel / psychology* ; Humans ; Male ; Mental Health* ; Middle Aged ; Pandemics ; Pneumonia, Viral / psychology* ; Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome / psychology* ; Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic
Keywords
COVID-19 ; Coronavirus ; Health care workers ; MERS ; Meta-analysis ; SARS
Abstract
Background: Health care workers (HCW) are at high risk of developing physical/mental health outcomes related to coronavirus syndromes. Nature and frequency of these outcomes are undetermined. Methods: PRISMA/MOOSE-compliant (PROSPERO-CRD42020180205) systematic review of Web of Science/grey literature until 15th April 2020, to identify studies reporting physical/mental health outcomes in HCW infected/exposed to Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome -SARS-, Middle East Respiratory Syndrome -MERS-, Novel coronavirus -COVID-19-. Proportion random effect meta-analyses, I2 statistic, quality assessment and sensitivity analysis. Results: 115 articles were included (n=60,458 HCW, age 36.1±7.1, 77.1% female). Physical health outcomes: 75.9% HCW infected by SARS/MERS/COVID-19 reported fever (95%CI=65.9-83.7%, k=12, n=949), 47.9% cough (95%CI=39.2-56.8%, k=14, n=970), 43.6% myalgias (95%CI=31.9-56.0%, k=13, n=898), 42.3% chills (95%CI=20.2-67.9%, k=7, n=716), 41.2% fatigue (95%CI=18.2-68.8%, k=6, n=386), 34.6% headaches (95%CI=23.1-48.2%, k=11, n=893), 31.2% dyspnoea (95%CI=23.2-40.5%, k=12, n=1003), 25.3% sore throat (95%CI=18.8-33.2%, k=8, n=747), 22.2% nausea/vomiting (95%CI=14.9-31.8%, k=6, n=662), 18.8% diarrhoea (95%CI=11.9-28.4%, k=9, n=824). Mental health outcomes: 62.5% HCW exposed to SARS/MERS/COVID-19 reported general health concerns (95%CI=57.0-67,8%, k=2, n=2254), 43.7% fear (95%CI=33.9-54.0%, k=4, n=584), 37.9% insomnia (95%CI=30.9-45.5%, k=6, n=5067), 37.8% psychological distress (95%CI=28.4-48.2%, k=15, n=24,346), 34.4% burnout (95%CI=19.3-53.5%, k=3, n=1337), 29.0% anxiety features (95%CI=14.2-50.3%, k=6, n=9191), 26.3% depressive symptoms (95%CI=12.5-47.1%, k=8, n=9893), 20.7% post-traumatic stress disorder features (95%CI=13.2-31%, k=11, n=3826), 16.1% somatisation (95%CI=0.2-96.0%, k=2, n=2184), 14.0% stigmatisation feelings (95%CI=6.4-28.1%, k=2, n=411). Limitations: Limited amount of evidence for some outcomes and suboptimal design in several studies included. Conclusions: SARS/MERS/COVID-19 have a substantial impact on the physical and mental health of HCW, which should become a priority for public health strategies.
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DOI
10.1016/j.jad.2020.06.022
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1. College of Medicine (의과대학) > Dept. of Pediatrics (소아과학교실) > 1. Journal Papers
Yonsei Authors
Shin, Jae Il(신재일) ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2326-1820
URI
https://ir.ymlib.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/22282913/180385
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