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 le.. Read More»
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