Published on in Vol 6, No 3 (2020): Jul-Sep

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/19354, first published .
Association of Search Query Interest in Gastrointestinal Symptoms With COVID-19 Diagnosis in the United States: Infodemiology Study

Association of Search Query Interest in Gastrointestinal Symptoms With COVID-19 Diagnosis in the United States: Infodemiology Study

Association of Search Query Interest in Gastrointestinal Symptoms With COVID-19 Diagnosis in the United States: Infodemiology Study

Journals

  1. Lu T, Reis B. Internet search patterns reveal clinical course of COVID-19 disease progression and pandemic spread across 32 countries. npj Digital Medicine 2021;4(1) View
  2. Roncon L, Zuin M, Barco S, Zuliani G, Konstantinides S. Increased interest in acute pulmonary embolism in Italy during the COVID-19 pandemic: a google trends-based analysis. Journal of Thrombosis and Thrombolysis 2020 View
  3. Al-Laith A, Alenezi M. Monitoring People’s Emotions and Symptoms from Arabic Tweets during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Information 2021;12(2):86 View
  4. Mirza E, Mirza G, Belviranli S, Oltulu R, Okka M. Ocular-symptoms-related Google Search Trends during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Europe. International Ophthalmology 2021 View
  5. Asgari Mehrabadi M, Dutt N, Rahmani A. The Causality Inference of Public Interest in Restaurants and Bars on Daily COVID-19 Cases in the United States: Google Trends Analysis. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2021;7(4):e22880 View