Aim: Present study was aimed to analyze difference of hematological parameters and blood urea level between Recovered and Dead cases of COVID-19. Material & 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 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 low count of lymphocytes.
Conclusion: In majority of cases, recovered patients showed normal range of lymphocytes (20-45%), hemoglobin and blood urea levels, whereas mortality was observed associated with deficiency of lymphocytes (except one patient all below
Annette, Angel; Bennet, Angel; Vinod, Joshi; Manisha, Jindal; Pooja, Rastogi; Nuzhat, Peer; BM, Shareef; Khaneja, Poorna; Khan, Ambreen Shafaat; Barthwal, Shilpa; Sharma, Bhawna; Singh, Neha; and Singh, Satendra Pal
"Correlation between hematological parameters, blood urea level and mortality of COVID-19 patients.,"
International Journal of Health and Allied Sciences: Vol. 11:
1, Article 10.
Available at: https://rescon.jssuni.edu.in/ijhas/vol11/iss1/10