Evaluación de comorbilidades y pronóstico de la neumonía por COVID-19: revisión de la literatura

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https://doi.org/10.24265/horizmed.2021.v21n3.15

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Neumonía, Infecciones por coronavirus, Mortalidad

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La infección por COVID-19 presenta una elevada mortalidad respecto a otros virus respiratorios. En este artículo buscamos definir las comorbilidades que están asociadas a la elevada mortalidad o a las complicaciones que requieren mayor soporte ventilatorio en unidades de cuidados intensivos. Se ha diseñado una búsqueda bibliográfica con respecto a las comorbilidades y/o alteraciones en los exámenes de laboratorio y los estudios radiológicos que se han asociado a la presencia de mortalidad, especialmente en los casos descritos en China.

 

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COVID-19 infection has high mortality compared to other respiratory viruses. In this article, we seek to define comorbid conditions that are associated with high mortality or complications that require ventilatory support in Intensive Care Units.

A bibliographic search has been designed with respect to those comorbidities and/or alterations in laboratory tests that have been associated with the presence of mortality, especially those described in China.

 

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2021-09-13

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Llanos Tejada, F. K. ., Muñoz Taipe, W. I. ., Muñoz Abanto, N. L. ., Saavedra Vilchez, G. E. ., Sifuentes Peracchio, F. M. ., Somocurcio Rivera, D. R. ., Escobar Baigorria, R. A. ., Farro Rodriguez, A. D. ., Bravo Osorio, I. P. ., & Salas Lopez, J. A. . (2021). Evaluación de comorbilidades y pronóstico de la neumonía por COVID-19: revisión de la literatura. Horizonte Médico (Lima), 21(3), e1227. https://doi.org/10.24265/horizmed.2021.v21n3.15

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