" A cross-sectional observational Study to assess the severity of coronavirus disease 2019 according to Clinical value of immune inflammatory markers"
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2022, Volume 9, Issue 6, Pages 955-961
AbstractTitle-" A cross-sectional observational Study to assess the severity of coronavirus disease 2019 according to Clinical value of immune inflammatory markers"
Background: In Wuhan, China, since December 2019, a new strain of pneumonia has appeared and spread quickly over the world. The World Health Organization determined that a separate strain of coronavirus, designated COVID-19, caused this pneumonia (WHO). This unique coronavirus was identified as acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 based on phylogeny, taxonomy, and accepted practise (SARS-COV2).
Objective: a cross-sectional observational study to show the co-relation between inflammatory markers and the severity of disease
Materials and Methods: a total of 250 patients were selected who are microbiologically covid positive and ready to give consent were included in the study. There basic test will be done.
Result- There is preponderance of male gender among the patients 147 were male 103 were female. The mean age of participant is 43 ±2.825 (±6.57%)65 patient were immediately required the either oxygen or mechanical ventilation,among all this 26 patient were died. Among this entire 65 patient, 21 patients have raise CRP level,14 have raised IL -6 Level among them all 26 were have raised D-Dimer .
Conclusion- Our study showed that high level of D-Dimer, IL-6 and CRP was independent risk factors for assessing the severity of COVID-19. IL-6 played a determiningrole in the severity of SARS-COV2 and had a potential value for monitoring the process of severe cases.
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