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6th Edition of International Conference on Neurology and Brain Disorders

October 24 -26, 2022

October 24 -26, 2022 | Orlando, Florida, USA
INBC 2022

Julia Guimaraes

Speaker at Neurology and Brain Disorders 2022 - Julia Guimaraes
UOC, Romania
Title : Neurological impacts of covid-19: a bibliometric analysis


The novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) was first reported by officials in Wuhan City, in December of 2019. It has rapidly widespread with confirmed cases in almost every country across the world and has become a new global public health crisis.1 Weekly epidemiological update of the World Health Organization on 9th March 2021 showed that over 2.7 million new cases were reported. Methods: This documentary research was conducted on the Web of Science Core Collection (WoS). For research in WoS, keywords in English were used, according to DeCS - Descriptors in Health Sciences. The search strategy with Boolean operators was: TS=(SARS-CoV-2 OR COVID-19) AND TS=(Neurologic Findings OR Neurology OR Neurologic Manifestations). Discussion: A broad approach on world productions in the scientific community about Covid 19 and it’s relationship with neurological disorders, these productions have reached a significant magnitude in the pandemic context resulting in a strong social collaboration.. Investing in scientific research infers a latent interest in planning and optimizing data for resolving ambivalent issues, which is seen in Table 2, where the two highest percentages of studies are divided between articles and reviews. In a lower percentage, corrections and meeting summaries, instigating the factuality of the new and efficient generation of articles and reviews that help to maintain the fluidity of useful information for development. A total of 392 publications were computed in relation to the effects of COVID-19, interacting with the scientific society that Medicine collaborated in an efficient and effective way for the unfolding of issues until then not identified, in relation to the neurological effects of the infected patient.Conclusion: it is expected that this bibliometric survey will serve as a manner of presenting the main topics of study within neurology before Covid-19, in addition providing guidance for future research.


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