Jean-Baptiste Excoffier,  Noémie Salaün-Penquer,  Matthieu Ortala, Mathilde Raphaël-Rousseau, Christos Chouaid & Camille Jung 

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Med Biol Eng Comput 60, 1647–1658 (2022)
Published: 14 april 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic rapidly puts a heavy pressure on hospital centers, especially on intensive care units. There was an urgent need for tools to understand typology of COVID-19 patients and identify those most at risk of aggravation during their hospital stay.

This in-depth analysis determined significantly distinct typologies of inpatients, which facilitated definition of medical protocols to deliver the most appropriate cares for each profile.

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