Features of coronavirus infection COVID-19 in patients with hospitalization depending on age and sex

Authors

  • Vasyl Pykalyuk Lesia Ukrainka Volyn National University
  • Anna Yushchuk KP «Volyn Regional Infectious Diseases Hospital»
  • Olya Korzhik Lesia Ukrainka Volyn National University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.29038/2617-4723-2022-1-1-12

Keywords:

coronavirus, COVID-19, pandemic, laboratory diagnostics

Abstract

Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), which caused the pandemic, is responsible for the appointment of the All-World Health Organization in 2019, causing up to millions of infections and hundreds of thousands of deaths in the whole world. In the minds of the pandemic, the Ukrainian lands have directed their efforts to the fight against the acute respiratory disease COVID-19. Scientific knowledge in the field of medicine has directed its efforts towards the development of that understanding of the biological basis of the pathophysiology of COVID-19.

Regardless of the completion of that important achievement in medicine, the fight against these infectious diseases is overwhelmed with folding tasks. The disease of the respiratory tract COVID-19 creates a significant risk for a healthy person and leads to a significant number of fatal depressions in the whole world. Today, the nutrition of diagnostics, education and prevention of coronovirus infection is becoming more relevant.

The article presents up-to-date data about the century and the article characterization of patients with COVID-19 diagnosed on the basis of the Volyn Regional Infectious Diseases Clinic for 2020-2021. Understanding the clinical and laboratory characteristics of patients of various ages and status of ailments on COVID-19 will help in the diagnosis of this mild illness.

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Published

2022-06-30

How to Cite

Pykalyuk В., Yushchuk А., & Korzhik О. (2022). Features of coronavirus infection COVID-19 in patients with hospitalization depending on age and sex. Notes in Current Biology, (1 (1), 74–48. https://doi.org/10.29038/2617-4723-2022-1-1-12

Issue

Section

Human and Animal Physiology