Gene Context Sentence

Table 2. Analysis of context sentence of SRI gene in 21 abstracts.

PMID Gene Context Sentence
32670919 WONCA South Asia Region is constituted by the national academies and colleges and academic member organizations of this region namely India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, and the Maldives.
32798340 In this retrospective, we included 365 RT-PCR confirmed cases of 2019-nCoV in Sri Aurobindo Medical College and PG Institute, Indore, Madhya Pradesh from March 25, 2020 to May 15, 2020.
32853295 Sri Lanka diagnosed its first local case of COVID-19 on 11 March 2020. […] At the end of 30 days, Sri Lanka had 197 cases, 54 recovered and 7 deaths; a staged relaxing of the lockdown is now underway. […] This paper proposes a theoretical basis for estimating the limits within which transmission should be constrained in order to ensure that the case load remains within the capacity of Sri Lanka’s health system. […] We estimate that if there are 156 active cases with 91 recovered at the time of lifting lockdown restrictions, and R increases to 1.5 (doubling time 19 days), under the standard parameters for Sri Lanka, the ICU bed capacity of 300 is likely to be saturated by about 100 days, signaled by 18 new infections (95% CI 15-22) on Day 14 after lifting lockdown restrictions.
32854751 The first case of a coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) infection in a Sri Lankan was reported on March 11, 2020. […] The situation in Sri Lanka changed with the rapid increase of personnel contracting COVID-19 in a naval base camp that housed more than 4000 people. […] This is a placebo-controlled, randomized, clinical trial carried out in the naval base camp and quarantine centers of the Sri Lanka Navy, Ministry of Defense, Sri Lanka. […] Sri Lanka Clinical Trials Registry (SLCTR) SLCTR/2020/011 .
32962691 Online learning is a novel experience for medical education in Sri Lanka.
32968681 Public health unit system of Sri Lanka (also known as the Medical Officer of Health unit system) managed by a medical doctor with special training in public health, the Medical officer of Health (MOH), with a team of grassroots field staff who are well aware of the community and supported by a network of infrastructure.
32989431 The recovery rate varies from 4.75% in the Maldives to 51.02% in Sri Lanka.
33016088 Sri Lanka has controlled the direct impact of COVID-19 well, but the restrictive measures have adversely affected services including cardiac and cancer care.
33028382 We aimed to calculate the R0 of Coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19) in Sri Lanka and to describe the variation of R, with its implications to the prevention and control of the disease. […] Data was obtained from daily situation reports of the Epidemiology Unit, Sri Lanka and a compartmental model was used to calculate the R0 using estimated model parameters. […] The estimated R0 for COVID-19 in Sri Lanka, calculated by three different methods, falls between 0.93 and 1.23, and the transmissibility R has reduced, indicating that measures implemented have achieved a good control of disease.
33101453 In Sri Lanka, the first case of COVID-19 was reported late January 2020 which was a Chinese national and the first local case was identified in the second week of March. […] Since then, the government of Sri Lanka introduced various sequential measures to improve social distancing such as closure of schools and education institutes, introducing work from home model to reduce the public gathering, introducing travel bans to international arrivals, and more drastically, imposed island wide curfew expecting to minimize the burden of the disease to the Sri Lankan health system and the entire community. […] Currently, there are 3123 cases with 12 fatalities and also, it was reported that 2925 patients have recovered and are discharged from hospitals, according to the Ministry of Health, Sri Lanka. […] We numerically simulate the models for about a five-month period reflecting the early stage of the epidemic in the country, considering three critical parameters of COVID-19 transmission mainly in the Sri Lankan context: efficacy of control measures, rate of overseas imported cases, and time to introduce social distancing measures by the respective authorities.
33101454 Results revealed that the most appropriate growth curves for Sri Lanka, Italy, the United States, and China (Hebei) are the logistic, Gompertz, Weibull, and Gompertz curves, respectively. […] In Italy and Sri Lanka, current outbreaks transmit in a decreasing rate.
33113548 Data were gathered from a national level survey conducted namely, the Household Income and Expenditure Survey (HIES) by the Department of Census and Statistics (DCS) of Sri Lanka. […] For the first time, this study makes an attempt using survey data, to examine the differences in the level of income and expenditure among chronically-ill people in Sri Lanka. […] Sri Lanka is making strong efforts to support its healthcare sector and public, which was affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) in early 2020. […] Therefore, findings of this paper will be useful to gain insights on the differences of chronic illnesses towards the income and expenditure of chronically-ill patients in Sri Lanka.
33138814 Sri Lanka, having eliminated malaria in 2012, was certified by the World Health Organization as a malaria-free country in 2016 and now implements a rigorous programme to prevent its re-establishment owing to the high receptivity and vulnerability of the country to malaria. […] Sri Lanka has also dealt with the COVID-19 epidemic quite successfully limiting the cumulative number of infections and deaths through co-ordinated efforts between the health sector and other relevant sectors, namely the military, the Police Department, Departments of Airport and Aviation and Foreign Affairs, all of which have been deployed for the COVID-19 epidemic under the umbrella of a Presidential Task Force. […] Sri Lanka’s malaria POR programme has, therefore, creatively integrated its activities with those of the COVID-19 control programme. […] Through highly coordinated operations the return to the country of Sri Lankan nationals stranded overseas by the COVID-19 pandemic, many from malaria endemic countries, are being monitored for malaria as well as COVID-19 in an integrated case surveillance system under quarantine conditions, to the success of both programmes.
33162141 We found that maximum wind speed had significant negative impact on COVID-19 transmission in India (-209.45, 95% confidence interval (CI): -369.13, -49.77) and Sri Lanka (-2.77, 95% CI: -4.77, -0.77).
33169085 The prevention strategy that has been followed in Sri Lanka is unique. […] In this article, we give an account of the strategy taken by Sri Lanka to mitigate the pandemic and comment on the lessons learned concerning the ethical responses to the COVID-19 crisis.
33200035 However, Bhutan, Maldives and Sri Lanka have been successfully limiting the spread of the disease.
33315065 Remdesivir (RDV) is FDA approved for COVID-19, but not recommended for patients with severe renal impairment (SRI, i.e. creatinine clearance < 30ml/min). […] Few studies have evaluated RDV in patients with SRI due to theoretical toxicity concerns. […] We compared incident adverse events (AEs) following RDV in patients with and without SRI, including hepatotoxicity, nephrotoxicity, any reported AE, mortality and length of stay. […] A total of 135 patients received RDV, 20 patients had SRI. […] Patients with SRI were significantly older (70 vs. 54 years, p=0.0001). […] The incidence of possible AEs following RDV was 20% among those with SRI versus 11% without (p=0.26). […] LFT elevations occurred in 10% vs. 4% (p=0.28), and SCr elevations occurred in 20% vs. 6% (p=0.06) of patients with SRI versus those without, respectively. […] RDV AEs occurred infrequently with low severity and were not significantly different between those with and without SRI. […] While a higher percentage of patients with SRI experienced SCr elevations, 3 (75%) patients were in AKI prior to RDV. […] Overall, the use of RDV in this small series of patients with SRI appeared to be relatively safe, and the potential benefit outweighed the theoretical risk of liver or renal toxicity; however, additional studies are needed to confirm this finding.
33321430 A cross-sectional all-island survey was carried out at paediatric neurology centers in Sri Lanka.
33334908 Six guidelines were national or transnational level guidance (UK, Switzerland, Belgium, Australia and New Zealand, Italy, and Sri Lanka), with one state level (Kansas, USA), one international (Extracorporeal Life Support Organization) and one specific to military hospitals (Department of Defense, USA).
33409248 This brief report aims at providing an overview of COVID-19 impacts on Sri Lanka and to highlight educational implications from the perspective of nursing degree programs.
33425640 Our optimal model solutions are in quite good agreement with datasets of COVID-19 active cases and related deaths from Germany and Sri Lanka in early infection, allowing us to hypothesize several unobservable situations in the two countries.