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    Factors related to COVID-19 severity and mortality based on comparison between Henan and Zhejiang: an observational study

    Authors: Wangquan Ji; Ruonan Liang; Peiyu Zhu; Haiyan Yang; Shuaiyin Chen; Weiguo Zhang; Yuefei Jin; Guangcai Duan

    doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-24420/v1 Date: 2020-04-22 Source: ResearchSquare

    Background: Coronavirus Disease MESHD 2019 (COVID-19) has spread across China and the world, since outbreak at the end of 2019. Although COVID-19 is generally considered as self-limiting, some of cases develop in to fatal respiratory restress, multiple organ failure MESHD and even sudden death MESHD. According to the data released by the provincial health commissions, there are obvious regional differences in COVID-19 mortality. To explore possible factors of COVID-19 related severity and mortality in laboratory- confirmed cases TRANS from Henan and Zhejiang.Methods: We collected the public data released by the government. We analyzed and compared the possible factors, including initial symptoms, gender TRANS, age TRANS, place of residence, time interval from onset to diagnosis, epidemiological history and the grade of hospital for patient’s treatment in laboratory- confirmed cases TRANS. Student’s t-test, Chi-square (c2) test, Cochran-Mantel-Haenszel (CMH) test and Mann-Whitney U rank sum test were used complied with the applicable conditions. Statistical test was performed with a level of significance α=0.05.Results: Death cases in Henan were mainly from male TRANS, elderly TRANS infected persons and those who had a history of contact with patients and underlying basic diseases. Henan had the higher proportion of cases with fever HP fever MESHD and the lower proportion of asymptomatic TRANS infection MESHD, and had higher proportions of imported male TRANS cases with a contact history, and elderly TRANS cases living in rural areas, relative to Zhejiang. The time interval of confirmed cases TRANS in rural areas of Henan was 0.8 day longer than that in Zhejiang. Hospitals grade for patients’ treatment in Henan was lower than Zhejiang.Conclusions: Our findings suggest that initial symptoms, age TRANS, place of residence, gender TRANS, the time interval from onset to diagnosis and the grade of designated hospital for patient’s treatment are possible factors behind COVID-19 related severity or mortality. This study will provide useful information for public health authorities to develop disease prevention strategies.

    Factors related to COVID-19 severity and mortality based on comparison between Henan and Zhejiang: an observational study

    Authors: Wangquan Ji; Ruonan Liang; Peiyu Zhu; Haiyan Yang; Shuaiyin Chen; Weiguo Zhang; Yuefei Jin; Guangcai Duan

    doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-18191/v1 Date: 2020-03-19 Source: ResearchSquare

    Background: Coronavirus Disease MESHD 2019 (COVID-19) has spread across China and the world, since outbreak at the end of 2019. Although COVID-19 is generally considered as self-limiting, some of cases develop in to fatal respiratory restress, multiple organ failure MESHD and even sudden death MESHD. According to the data released by the provincial health commissions, there are obvious regional differences in COVID-19 mortality. To explore possible factors of COVID-19 related severity and mortality in laboratory- confirmed cases TRANS from Henan and Zhejiang.Methods: We collected the public data released by the government. We analyzed and compared the possible factors, including initial symptoms, gender TRANS, age TRANS, place of residence, time interval from onset to diagnosis, epidemiological history and the grade of hospital for patient’s treatment in laboratory- confirmed cases TRANS. Student’s t-test, Chi-square (2) test, Cochran-Mantel-Haenszel (CMH) test and Mann-Whitney U rank sum test were used complied with the applicable conditions. Statistical test was performed with a level of significance α=0.05.Results: Death cases in Henan were mainly from male TRANS, elderly TRANS infected persons and those who had a history of contact with patients and underlying basic diseases. Henan had the higher proportion of cases with fever HP fever MESHD and the lower proportion of asymptomatic TRANS infection MESHD, and had higher proportions of imported male TRANS cases with a contact history, and elderly TRANS cases living in rural areas, relative to Zhejiang. The time interval of confirmed cases TRANS in rural areas of Henan was 0.8 day longer than that in Zhejiang. Hospitals grade for patients’ treatment in Henan was lower than Zhejiang.Conclusions: Our findings suggest that initial symptoms, age TRANS, place of residence, gender TRANS, the time interval from onset to diagnosis and the grade of designated hospital for patient’s treatment are possible factors behind COVID-19 related severity or mortality. This study will provide useful information for public health authorities to develop disease prevention strategies.

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