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Título: In-depth analysis of laboratory parameters reveals the interplay between sex, age, and systemic inflammation in individuals with COVID-19*
Autor(es): TEN-CATEN, FelipeGONZALEZ-DIAS, PatriciaCASTRO, IcaroOGAVA, Rodrigo L. T.GIDDALURU, JeevanSILVA, Juan Carlo S.MARTINS, FelipeGONCALVES, Andre N. A.COSTA-MARTINS, Andre G.ARAUJO, Jose D.VIEGAS, Ana CarolinaCUNHA, Fernando Q.FARSKY, SandraBOZZA, Fernando A.LEVIN, Anna S.PANNARAJ, Pia S.I, Thushan de SilvaMINOPRIO, PaolaSILVA, Fabiano Pinheiro daANDRADE, Bruno B.I, Helder Nakaya
Parte de: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES, v.105, p.579-587, 2021
Resumo: Background: The progression and severity of COVID-19 vary significantly in the population. While the hallmarks of SARS-CoV-2 and severe COVID-19 within routine laboratory parameters are emerging, the impact of sex and age on these profiles is still unknown. Methods: A multidimensional analysis was performed involving millions of records of laboratory parameters and diagnostic tests for 178 887 individuals from Brazil, of whom 33 266 tested positive for SARS-CoV-2. Analyzed data included those relating to complete blood cell count, electrolytes, metabolites, arterial blood gases, enzymes, hormones, cancer biomarkers, and others. Findings: COVID-19 induced similar alterations in laboratory parameters in males and females. CRP and ferritin were increased, especially in older men with COVID-19, whereas abnormal liver function tests were common across several age groups, except for young women. Low peripheral blood basophils and eosinophils were more common in the elderly with COVID-19. Both male and female COVID-19 patients admitted to intensive care units displayed alterations in the coagulation system, and higher values for neutrophils, CRP, and lactate dehydrogenase. Conclusions: Our study uncovered the laboratory profiles of a large cohort of COVID-19 patients, which formed the basis of discrepancies influenced by aging and biological sex. These profiles directly linked COVID-19 disease presentation to an intricate interplay between sex, age, and immune activation.
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