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Table 1 Demographical and clinical characteristics of the recovered COVID-19 infected pregnant women

From: Placental pathology of the third trimester pregnant women from COVID-19

Characteristics patient
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Date of admission (month-day) 4–18 4–6 3–24 3–24 3–18 4–23 1–30 1–31
Age at admission (year) 34 25 27 37 32 32 29 40
Gestational age (weeks) on admission 39+ 2 39+ 5 39+ 1 33+ 1 40+ 1 39+ 5 37+ 1 37+ 6
Recovery + + + + + + + +
Complications AN HT
LAF
AN;PE
TB
GR
HT
Clinical classification Asymptomatic A A M M A A M M
signs and symptoms
 Fever on admission 37.4 38.5
(3 days)
 Post-partum fever
 Myalgia
 Malaise
 Cough +
 Chest pain
 Sore throat /muscle pains
 Diarrhoea
 abdominal pains
 chills
Laboratory characteristics
 White blood cell count(× 109) 3.45 10.89 9.84 7.41 NA 6.33 NA 19.8
 lymphocyte count(× 109) 0.93 1.72 1.15 1.29 NA 0.96 NA 0.89
 Elevated C-reactive protein concentration (mg/L) <5.0 <5.0 27.5 <5.0 18.9 <5.0 NA NA
 ALT(U/L) 9 11 NA 14 NA 7 NA NA
 AST(U/L) 15 23 NA 17 NA 14 NA NA
 SARS-CoV-2 quantitative RT-PCR + + + + + + + +
 CT typical evidence of viral infection pneumonia + + + + +
Delivery
 Method of delivery CS CS CS CS CS SD CS CS
 Indication for delivery CoV CoV CoV CoV CoV / CoV CoV
 Date of delivery (month-day) 4–18 4–6 3–25 3–21 3–18 4–23 1–30 1–31
 Diagnosis to termination of pregnancy (day) 0 0 1 5 0 0 0 0
Newborn infants
 Apgar score(1 min) 8 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
 Apgar score(5 min) 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
 Neonatal weight (kg) 3.55 3.3 3.23 2.17 3.35 3.45 3.1 2.95
 Neonatal asphyxia
 Neonatal death
 Neonatal birth defect +#
 SARS-CoV-2 quantitative RT-PCR for infant
  1. /: not applicable or data missing;+: yes or positive; −: no or negative
  2. Clinical classification: asymptomatic (A), mild syndrome (M); AN anemia, HT hypertension, LAF low amniotic fluid, PE pericardial effusion, TB thrombocytopenia, GR glomerulonephritis, HT hypothyroidism, IA Induced abortion, NA not acquired, CS Caesarean section, SD spontaneous delivery, SR self-request, CoV:COVID-19 pneumonia; #: Case 1 had a 2 × 2 cm defect on the top of the head at birth