David Arnold

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David T. Arnold is a doctor and researcher based in Bristol, UK.[1] David Arnold is principal researcher for the DISCOVER project. DISCOVER is the DIagnostic and Severity markers of COVID-19 to Enable Rapid triage project, which investigates the long-term effects of COVID-19.[1][2]

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Notable studies[edit | edit source]

  • Aug 14, 2020 (pre-print), Patient outcomes after hospitalisation with COVID-19 and implications for follow-up; results from a prospective UK cohort[3] - (Full text) - from the DISCOVER project

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  1. 1.0 1.1 North Bristol NHS Trust (2020). "Covid-19 DISCOVER Study". 
  2. "Three quarters of patients report long-term effects of coronavius". www.myscience.uk. Aug 24, 2020. Retrieved Oct 11, 2020. 
  3. Arnold, David T.; Hamilton, Fergus W.; Milne, Alice; Morley, Anna; Viner, Jason; Attwood, Marie; Noel, Alan; Gunning, Samuel; Hatrick, Jessica (Aug 14, 2020). "Patient outcomes after hospitalisation with COVID-19 and implications for follow-up; results from a prospective UK cohort". medRxiv: 2020.08.12.20173526. doi:10.1101/2020.08.12.20173526. 

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