A Rapid Review and Meta-Analysis of the Asymptomatic Proportion of PCR-Confirmed SARS-CoV-2 Infections in Community Settings
datasetposted on 2020-10-28, 14:11 authored by Sarah BealeSarah Beale, Andrew HaywardAndrew Hayward, Laura ShallcrossLaura Shallcross, Robert AldridgeRobert Aldridge, Ellen FragaszyEllen Fragaszy
Meta-analysis dataset for the following article: A Rapid Review and Meta-Analysis of the Asymptomatic Proportion of PCR-Confirmed SARS-CoV-2 Infections in Community Settings.
These CSV format data enable the calculation of a pooled asymptomatic proportion of PCR-confirmed COVID-19 cases based on available studies (n=21) with methodologically-appropriate design to detect and identify truly asymptomatic cases. The asymptomatic proportion is given as the number of asymptomatic PCR-confirmed infections over the total number of PCR-confirmed infections.
The file also includes the completed PRISMA checklist for this review.