Volume 14 No 1 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education
Association between lymphopenia and disease severity in Covid 19 patients with single pulmonary nodule
Atefeh Shadkam, Mahboubeh Belali kharaji, Masoomeh Raoufi, Zahra Fatehi,Ali Akbar Mahdavi
Keywords: Lymphopenia, Disease severity, Covid-19, single pulmonary nodule
Based on the results of recent studies, the presence of lymphopenia has been suggested as a predictor factor in patients with Quid-19. This study aimed to evaluate the association between lymphopenia and disease severity in Covid 19 patients with single pulmonary nodule. Materials & Methods: This study is a descriptive-correlational study that was performed on 32 Covid-19 patients with single pulmonary nodule. In this study, demographic characteristicsand information about laboratory data such as lymphopenia as well as radiological findings of patients were collected and analyzed using Chi-square, independent t-test and regression logistics. Results: The results showed that most of the patients participating in the study (68.8%) were male with a mean age of 38.9 years. There was a statistically significant association between lymphopenia and disease severity (P = 0.039), while there was no significant association between age, sex, and nodule type with disease severity (P> 0.05). Conclusion:Lymphopenia is a valid predictor for disease severity and mortality in patients with Covid-19.
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