Can Addressal and Correction of Hematological and Kidney Function Parameters Reduce Mortality in COVID-19? | Abstract

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)


Can Addressal and Correction of Hematological and Kidney Function Parameters Reduce Mortality in COVID-19?

Author(s):Annette Angel, Bennet Angel, Vinod Joshi*, Manisha Jindal, Pooja Rastogi, Nuzhat Peer, BM Shareef, Soumi Sadhu, Swati Singh, Sunita Sharma, Kanu Priya, Rashmi Chouhan and Jyoti Jethani

Background: Present study was aimed to analyze the difference of hematological parameters and blood urea levels between recovered and dead cases of COVID-19. Material and Methods: A hospital-based study was undertaken wherein hematological parameters and blood urea level of 65 cases were analyzed. Results: Recovered patients, 16 (42.1%) showed higher levels of neutrophils with corresponding 22 (57.9%) patients showing the normal level of lymphocytes, 25 (65.7%) with normal hemoglobin, and 35 (92%) with normal blood urea. On other hand, among 27 died cases, 26 (96.2%) showed higher counts of neutrophils, 1 patient showed normal lymphocytes (3.8%), and 26 (96.2%) with a low count of lymphocytes. Conclusion: Recovery was associated with high counts of lymphocytes, normal hemoglobin, and blood urea levels whereas Mortality was closely associated with deficiency of lymphocytes, low hemoglobin, and high blood urea level. The study suggests supplementation of fresh blood (with live leucocytes) to address the deficiencies and reduce mortalitys.

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