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Description of the neurological impairment: clinico-radiological and electrophysilogical correlations
Condition or disease
Describe short and long term clinical radiological and electrophysilogical presentations of neurological damage central and peripheral SARS COV2 infection Describe the association between neurological, respiratory and dysautonomic Determine the prognosis of neurological damages to short and long term.
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Ages Eligible for Study:
18 Years and older (Adult, Older Adult)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Population hospitalized in ICU for COVID 19.
PCR SARS COV2 positive or CT Scan
Central neurological signs such as confusion, epilepsy, abnormal movement, pyramidal signs, motor or sensory deficit, involvement of cranial pairs (such as anomie or ageusia) or peripheral.
Dysautonomic signs such as hypotension or hypertension, bradycardia or tachycardia, hypothermia, SIADH not explained by therapy or a pathology other than SARS COV 2 infection