A Study of Clinical, Biochemical, Radiological Profile and Outcome of Suspected COVID-19 Patients Admitted at a Tertiary Care HospitalJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 9)
Publication Date: 2021-09-05
Authors : Leena Dabhi; Pratik Modi; Nishi Patel; Bharti Chaudary;
Page : 896-899
Keywords : COVID; Oxygen; CRP; D dimer; HRCT;
Objective: This study was performed to evaluate clinical, biochemical and radiological profile and outcome of suspected patients admitted at a tertiary care hospital. Design: This study was a cross - sectional study conducted over a period of 6 months between August of 2020 to January of 2021, in LG hospital, Ahmedabad. Materials and Methods: Clinical, biochemical and radiological profile of 70 suspected covid19 patients with 2 or more RT PCR negative results admitted in the hospital were analyzed. Methodology: 1) Approval from institutional review board. 2) All the suspected patients admitted in the hospital giving consent after satisfying inclusion and exclusion criteria were included in the study. 3) Thorough history, examination and biochemical and radiological profile was taken through enclosed questionnaire and case record form over a period of 6 months between August of 2020 to January of 2021. Results: We can observe that the mean total duration of stay was 17 days. The need for mechanical ventilation is 46% (32 patients). In which the males were 64% and females were 36%. The mean PO2 in ABGA are 75.79 with Standard Deviation of 17.14. The mean NLR are 6.44 with Standard Deviation of 5.18. The mean DDIMER are 3544.19 with Standard Deviation of 2727.02. Mean CT severity in HRCT (out of 25) are 11.84 with Standard Deviation of 4.45 and the mean RBS are 157.3 with Standard Deviation of 77.12.
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