Current VIP study: the COVIP study 2022 extension

Corona Virus disease (COVID19) in Very Elderly Intensive care Patients (VIPs).
The COVIP-study is a multinational, prospective, observational study running from 2020 and into 2022.
Close to 4000 patients were recruited in 2020-2021 and the COVIP study is now starting a second recruitment period (the 2022-extension).
Please see the COVIP page for information.

COVIP 2022 extension status:

123 ICUs registered

(Updated: 07-08-2022 09:30)

15 countries participating

(Updated: 07-08-2022 09:30)

415 patients documented

(Updated: 07-08-2022 09:30)

COVIP 2020-2021 status:

376 ICUs registered

(Updated: 24-02-2022 01:14)

44 countries participating

(Updated: 24-02-2022 01:14)

3978 patients documented

(Updated: 24-02-2022 01:14)

Recent VIP publications

2022-07-22: Polok K et al. Noninvasive ventilation in COVID-19 patients aged ≥ 70 years-a prospective multicentre cohort study. Crit Care.

2022-06-09: Fjølner J et al. Who gets the ventilator? A multicentre survey of intensivists' opinions of triage during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. Acta Anaesthesiol Scand.

2022-05-30: Michael Beil et al. Time-dependent uncertainty of critical care transitions in very old patients - lessons for time-limited trials. .

2022-04-29: Fronczek J et al. Short-term mortality of patients ≥80 years old admitted to European intensive care units: an international observational study. Br J Anaesth.

2022-04-05: Wernly B et al. Variations in end-of-life care practices in older critically ill patients with COVID-19 in Europe. J Intern Med.

See the VIP-papers page for a list of studies from the VIP-network.